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  • COVID Updates and the Evils of Flexi-leads

      COVID updates: Our clinic will be continuing to practice social distancing and pandemic safety by doing most appointments curbside.  You will remain in your car while we bring your pet inside for the appointment.  For sick pets or more...

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  • What’s Bugging Your Pet? Common Parasites, plus Corona virus updates

    What’s Bugging Your Pet?  We thought you might be interested in some of the parasites your pets may be exposed to in our area.  We are happy to help you decide the best prevention to use for your pet depending...

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  • Cancer in Pets: Warning Signs and Treatment Options

      Cancer in Pets 10 Warning Signs of Cancer in Pets Abnormal swellings that persist or continue to grow Sores that do not heal Weight loss Loss of Appetite Bleeding or discharge from any body opening Offensive odor Difficulty eating...

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  • Corona Virus

    Corona virus The threat from COVID-19, or Corona Viral Disease (20)19 has swept the nation.  No doubt you’ve seen sweeping changes to your lifestyle during this time.  You may be working from home, going to work in a nearly empty...

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  • How To Change Your Pet’s Diet

    [caption id="attachment_878" align="alignright" width="150"] Picture of a homemade dog food[/caption] How to Change your Pet’s Diet If you’ve been getting our newsletters for a while, you are probably aware that we recommend minimally processed balanced foods for your pet's diet ...

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  • Chemicals and Your Pet

    OOOhhhh, I don’t want to use chemicals around my pets! We hear that a lot around here. We’d like to address this. First, what is a chemical?  Technically, everything you eat, drink, or wear is a chemical.  We tend to...

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  • Nailed It! Nail Care for your Pets

    NAILED IT! Nail Care for your Pets is Important! Why it matters:  [caption id="attachment_974" align="alignright" width="269"] Guide to proper nail trim for pets[/caption] There is a reason performance-oriented veterinarians and others stress nail care and nail trimming.  Cat’s nails should...

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  • Christmas Gift Ideas for your Pets

    [caption id="attachment_962" align="alignright" width="300"] This is a sampling of gifts and goodies your pet might enjoy[/caption] Most of the below are available at our office!  Those that are not will have an “*”. Honest Kitchen sample cups: If you’re wondering...

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  • How to Housebreak Your Puppy in 10 Easy Steps

    How to Housebreak Your Puppy (or problematic adult dog!) in 10 Easy Steps OK, kidding about the 10 easy steps. I’m just going to give you advice on how to go about it, and not count the steps.  Surface Preference...

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  • Preparing Your Pet for a Visit to the Vet

    Preparations are Key! Many of you may have seen books written for children to help prepare them for a visit to a dentist, doctor, or hospital.  Teaching children what to expect helps make them more comfortable with new settings and...

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18011 E St. Rte 58
Raymore, MO 64083
816-331-1868

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