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Summer Pet Hazards

Longwood Veterinary Center wants you to consider the impact of summer heat, ticks, salt water, slug and snail bait, ice cubes, flea and tick products, bee stings, choking hazards from the family barbecue, and fireworks on pets for a safe and happy summer!

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Do Dogs Dream?

Scientists monitor sleep cycles using specialized equipment and have determined that dogs experience REM sleep. This sleep stage is required to experience dreams! Scientists believe most vertebrates dream on a regular basis.

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Pet Emergency Signs

Knowing the signs of a pet emergency is especially difficult when analyzing the behavior of animals who cannot talk. If your pet shows any of these signs, seek help immediately!

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Meet Stella, Our New Heartworm Patient

April is National Heartworm Awareness Month, we thought we would take the opportunity for you to meet one of our new patients, Stella. Stella is a five year old female Labrador Retriever that was recently adopted by her new owners. She is a retired breeding dog from...

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National Heartworm Awareness Month

During the month of April, we celebrate National Heartworm Awareness Month and work to educate pet owners on the prevention of heartworm disease! Heartworm disease is not to be taken lightly as it can lead to irreversible lung disease and death if untreated. Today's...

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Keeping Your Cat Content Part 2: Litter Box 101

Normally kittens are relatively easy to “potty train”. However, if litter box issues arise it is best to address them quickly in order to minimize the possibility of an occasional "accident" outside the box from becoming a habit. In this second installment of the...

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Multi-Part Series Blog: Keeping Your Cat Content

First Step: Basic Items Needed for the Purrfect Environment For the safety and longevity of your pet, most veterinary experts recommend keeping your cat inside if possible. With that being said, we understand keeping your cat strictly indoors poses some unique...

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Potential Toxins and your Cat

According to the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), the following are among the most frequently identified causes of feline poisoning: Insecticides that are used on lawns and gardens Rodenticides, which are used to kill rats and mice...

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Pet Insurance Saved My Life

“Santino” is a 7 month old Cane Corso puppy who recently had a no good very bad day! "Santino" had not been feeling well for several weeks. He was losing weight, vomiting and had bloody diarrhea. His owners were very concerned, and after consultation with our doctors,...

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Top Toxins for Your Dog

The veterinarians at Pet Poison Helpline have determined the “Top Ten List” of substances that may be poisonous to your pet dog. It's worth taking the time to make sure your pet does not have access to these in your home. 1. Foods – specifically chocolate, xylitol,...

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Featured Employee: Alisa!

We sat down for a little Q and A to learn more about Alisa and her role at Longwood... Q: Why did you choose to become a veterinary technician? A: Ever since I can remember, I loved all animals and little critters. I used to play by the creek and look for frogs and...

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Featured Dental Pets

Shout out to these pets and their parents who made dental care a priority this month. February is National Dental Care Month, and that goes for our pets too! Here are some of the cuties who we helped. Their teeth, while maybe a few less than what they came in with,...

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The Commitment and Companionship of Adoption

Adopting a pet can provide years of love and companionship. However, it is also a multi-year commitment. Caring for a pet properly requires time and training along with financial and emotional support. Before adopting a new furry friend, be sure you are ready to...

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Featuring LVC Dental Technicians

Hats off to the hardworking nurses who clean your pet’s teeth! It is a difficult and yes..dirty job, but a rewarding one. Our nurses take tremendous pride in their work, and are meticulous in their craft. Our dental nurses have received formal training in examining...

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Longwood Veterinary Center’s Dental Promotion

If your veterinarian recommends a dental cleaning at your pet’s exam, and you schedule a cleaning within 2 months of that recommendation, we will offer you 10% off the entire procedure! We are happy to provide this incentive to help you treat signs of periodontal...

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