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Belle Mead Animal Hospital
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Checking In at the very busy 2018 Pet Masquerade in Lambertville, New Jersey, to benefit Animal Alliance of NJ. Lots of unique costumes and fun for all!

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Happy Veterinarian Technician Week! Here is our Vet Tech Rebecca spending time with her horse Poe!
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These pics are thanks to Animal Alliance NJ who came to take pictures of what we do at the clinic in rehab with Chloe and Carson. Carson came to us through Animal Alliance and he was paraplegic in the back end - they brought him to Dr. Somjen for rehab and he was adopted by Chrissi !! We work with these dogs every day during the week ! #BMAH #PetPainClinic #AnimalRescue #PetAdoption
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Meet Cassie! Here she is with Rachel and Wendell wearing her "doggles" for her laser treatment on her ear. Good girl Cassie!
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Meet Zora! She's a 13 year old Shiba Inu who came in recently to see Dr Pascetta for an exam. What a sweet girl! :) Some Shiba Inu fast facts: An ancient Japanese breed, the Shiba Inu is a little but well-muscled dog once employed as a hunter. Today, the spirited, good-natured Shiba is the most popular companion dog in Japan and is gaining popularity in the U.S. as well ! #BMAH #Dogs #Pets #PetHealth
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Meet Cricket! She came in to see Dr. Pascetta today! Mom says she met Cricket and fell in love at Amwell Pet Supply, and then adopted her through CAPIC Cats Rescue. Another happy ending! #BMAH #PetAdoption #Cats
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Today's awww.... Meet Bandit! He's a 12 week old hound mix who came in recently for his first puppy visit! Isn't he sweet? Good boy Bandit! Want to learn more about puppy socialization? Visit this link: https://www.bellemeadanimalhospital.com/blog/why-puppy-socialization-is-so-important/ #BMAH #Puppies
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Did you know the first week in October was National Walk Your Dog Week? It's also a good time to remind everyone about the importance of pet identification and a secure collar! Learn more here: http://bit.ly/2xHWMc0
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