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Alliance Emergency Veterinary Clinic & Wellness Center
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Have you heard the news? Our veterinarians answer your pet questions LIVE ON AIR. Tune in to Ask The Vet tonight at 7:30pm and join the conversation at 973-267-9687! And catch up on any shows you may have missed by listening to our podcasts. We can't wait to hear from you!
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Friday treats for your furry sweets!
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Euthanasia—knowing when it's time:
The hardest question you have to face as a pet owner. Dr. Mary Gardner wants to help your pets have a perfect ending to their perfect life.

Mary Gardner, DVM, a co-founder of Lap of Love Veterinary Hospice, recorded this video. She has three things she wants pet parents to consider:

1. What ailment does your pet have? A dog with arthritis will have a very different progression of signs than a cat with heart failure or kidney failure."I want you to speak with your veterinarian," Dr. Gardner says directly to your clients, "and discuss all those symptoms that they're going to face and also what treatment options and medications you can do to make sure that they're comfortable."
2. What is your pet's personality? This is to ensure that whatever measures you will have to take, whether subcutaneous fluids or even administering a pill, will be OK with the pet. "We want to make sure still have a bond with your pet and make sure that their quality of time with you is still good," says Dr. Gardner.
3. What are your personal beliefs? Some clients want to take whatever measures they can to prolong their pet's life, while others may be ready to say goodbye sooner rather than later. "There's no right or wrong option," says Dr. Gardner. "We just want to make sure that as pets struggle, that we just don't push them until they're suffering."
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It's National Kids and Pets Day. While pets can be wonderful companions for children, there are risks to acknowledge when kids and animals live alongside each other. For example, half of all dog bite victims are children.

Veterinarians should educate their clients about dog bite prevention, and parents should teach their children. See our educational resources and more at http://bit.ly/2q5tajC.
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Cats are curious, intelligent, wonderful pets — just be sure you're prepared for what it means to care for them:
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An annual wellness examination may seem like something you can skip, but do you know how important it actually is?
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How are you and your fur-babies spending this snow day? Share a photo below!
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Don't let Stella intimidate you. We'll be here all night tonight, and all day tomorrow for your emergency needs! Give us a call: 973-328-2844
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Monday's can be tough. This made it better. <3
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