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Capital District Veterinary Referral Hospital
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On February 20th, pet lovers everywhere observe #NationalLoveYourPetDay! Although we all love our pets everyday, this day is set aside to give extra attention to and pamper our pets! Share a photo of you and your pet with us in the comments below!
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February 13, 2017 — Blue Buffalo Company has issued a voluntary recall for specific lots of Blue Buffalo Homestyle Recipe Healthy Weight due to possible aluminum metal contamination. This only applies to certain lots of the canned food. Read more here: http://ow.ly/IaKe30943u0

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Gizmo's had his first visit with our ophthalmologist, Dr. Lackner. He is receiving treatment for cataracts. #capitaldistrictreferral #ophthalmology #vetmed #vetlife #hedgehog
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Here are some excellent at home dental care tips for dogs! Happy #DentalHealthMonth!
http://ow.ly/mKD83085VVZ

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Our ophthalmology team "cut the ribbon" today on our newly renovated surgery suite. Ophthalmologist Petra Lackner DVM, DACVO, with assistance from Gina, LVT, and veterinary assistant, Brianna, performed a Lensectomy on our feline friend, Moose. Moose is now recovering and doing well!
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Many of our employees generously devote their time and effort to help causes that have touched their lives both locally and globally.
If any of these causes resonate with you, we know they would appreciate any assistance you can afford.
http://ow.ly/5Q9W308jSwW

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Our construction is complete on our new surgery and prep areas. We're just waiting for the go-ahead to start stocking materials into our 4 brand new suites!
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Our technician, Kara, is a self-confessed Beagle enthusiast! She couldn't resist getting a photo with our very handsome patient, Max!
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Duke was hospitalized for an intestinal blockage and later went to surgery. He is doing well and received a ton of attention during his stay. Who could resist that face?
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