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Recent PostsDental Exams at Family Pet Veterinary ClinicThe dental exam procedure at Family Pet Veterinary Clinic is $350 which now includes the necessary blood work and xrays for the procedure. Other items included in this procedure cost are anesthesia, fluids, patient warming, monitoring, oral exam, dental xrays, and the 25 step dental cleaning and polishing process. Antibiotics, pain meds, extractions are additional if […]View post
Recent Posts10 Pet Food Myths10 Pet Food Myths Myth 1. Chicken meal is made of by-products and is lower quality than chicken. Truth: Chicken meal is the meat of the chicken with the water and fat removed so it’s a dehydrated and concentrated source of protein. It’s actually more digestible than the ingredient chicken and contains no by-products. Myth […]View post
Recent PostsThe Key to Controlling FleasNearly all dogs will suffer a flea infestation at some point in their lives, and many dogs with atopic dermatitis are also allergic to fleas. Whether they’re the cause of the problem or contributing to it, fleas need to be dealt with first. One adult flea lays 50 eggs a day which drop off into […]View post
Recent PostsHow Allergies Affect Your DogLicking, chewing, gnawing, skin infections, hair loss, scratching, foul odor, or sleepless nights? Having a few of these signs may indicate that your dog is suffering for canine atopic dermatitis, commonly called “allergies.” Most cases of atopic dermatitis in dogs begin between the ages of 6 months and 3 years. It is common for […]View post
Recent PostsSpring is in the air… and so are seasonal allergens!Does your pet suffer from seasonal allergies? Is your “allergy arsenal” ready? If you’re among the lucky ones who haven’t had issues yet, then you’d better contact your veterinarian to get what you need, before you need it! This isn’t your first rodeo, so you know how difficult treating your pet can be once the […]View post