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The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA)

The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA)

AAHA Accreditation When Drs. Strine and Andrews started Longwood Veterinary Center 26 years ago, they were committed to providing compassionate and quality veterinary care by utilizing the highest standards in veterinary medicine to uphold that commitment. To meet...
National Lost Dog Awareness Day

National Lost Dog Awareness Day

Preventing and Finding Missing Pets As pet owners, our number one priority is ensuring that our furry friends are safe and secure. Always take necessary precautions to prevent your family members from becoming missing pets. April 23rd marks National Lost Dog Awareness...
Our Best Ways to Get Rid of Fleas

Our Best Ways to Get Rid of Fleas

With warmer weather and more time outside, even the cleanest homes might find themselves with a flea-carrying furry friend. Unfortunately, fleas on your dog or cat can also mean they are potentially in your carpets, sofas, curtains, bed sheets, and other fabrics. The...
Lucky Dogs of the Irish

Lucky Dogs of the Irish

Do You Know Your Irish Dog Breeds? If not, your Longwood Veterinary team is here to help! Irish dog breeds are known for their loyalty, intelligence, and affectionate personalities. From the iconic Irish Setter to the energetic and spirited Irish Terrier, there is an...
Vaccinating Your Kitten

Vaccinating Your Kitten

Keeping your kitten healthy is a priority for veterinarians and owners alike. Navigating the ins and outs of routine health care may seem a bit daunting, but, as always, Longwood Veterinary Center is here to help. Routine vaccinations are essential to keeping your...
Leptospirosis and Your Dog

Leptospirosis and Your Dog

Spring weather finds us spending more time outside, enjoying the warmth and sunshine. Resuming exercise and enjoying the fresh air provide numerous benefits for both our physical and mental well-being. More time spent outdoors does increase the risk of exposure to...
Protect Their Hearts

Protect Their Hearts

Heart Disease in Dogs and Cats February is known for red candy hearts, chocolates, and roses, all expressions of love for our partners, families, and friends. If you are reading this, we know you share your life and heart with a pet, maybe many pets. It seems the...
Dental Cleaning and Evaluation Part 2

Dental Cleaning and Evaluation Part 2

Dental Care for Pets Kennett Square You’ve committed to the dental cleaning and evaluation under anesthesia, and your pet’s blood work and physical examination are normal. What happens next? When it comes to in-office dental care for pets, all anesthetic procedures...