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New Employee: Sarah

New Employee: Sarah

Q and A with Sarah: Q: Why did you choose to become a veterinary technician? A: I chose to work as a veterinary technician to expand my knowledge and skills in the field of veterinary medicine, as they will be incredibly helpful as I pursue a career as a veterinarian!...
National Heartworm Awareness Month

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....
Featured New Employee: Lakshmi

Featured New Employee: Lakshmi

Q & A with Lakshmi: Q: Why did you choose to become a veterinary technician? A: I would like hands on experience in the field to help me decide if I want to apply to vet school. I love supporting doctors and being able to get cuddles in with our furry friends! Q:...
Keeping Your Cat Content Part 2: Litter Box 101

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...
Potential Toxins and your Cat

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...