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Spring Pet Poisons

Gardening season is here! Plant bulbs are just as excited to break through the ground to add some color to our yards as we are to see some greenery! That said, we need to be aware of the potential dangers

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Treating Dogs With Canine Hip Dysplasia

Canine Hip Dysplasia (CHD) is the most commonly inherited orthopedic disease in dogs.  CHD can lead to many problems for your dog including painful hip arthritis, stiffness, and an overall lower quality of life.  Even after years of ongoing research

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Protecting Your Pet As The Weather Heats Up

Although summer is filled with so many fun outdoor activities, the heat and humidity can take a toll not only on you and your family but also on your pets.  Learning techniques to help your pet stay cool, as well

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Thunderstorms and Pet Anxiety

With Spring thunderstorms rolling in, many pet owners are all too familiar with the anxiety their pets may feel when storms begin to take over the skies.  What your pet is experiencing is known as noise phobia.  Noise phobia is

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Signs And Treatments For Canine Influenza

Canine Influenza, or dog flu, is a highly contagious respiratory infection that can effect dogs if they are exposed to an infected dog.  The infection primarily affects Asia and other parts of the globe, but has started to infect more

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Treating Your Cat For Hyperthyroidism

As your cat matures past age 10, they become more susceptible to a number of different health risks.  Owners of aging cats need to stay vigilant to detect subtle changes to their daily routine.  A common condition for cats is

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Celebrating 29 Years

Twenty-nine years ago today, Dr. Kent Forney and his wife Shelley, opened the doors of Forney Animal Center.  The original concept was a one-stop location for every kind of veterinary care your pet might need.  Today we celebrate the staff,

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Trick or Treat?—Halloween Safety Tips for Your Pets

As Halloween quickly approaches, here are some important tips to keep in mind to help you and your pets have a safe and spooktacular holiday! Candy is not for pets! Most people are aware that chocolate, particularly dark chocolate, can

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Lumps and Bumps

As pets age, especially dogs, it is not uncommon to find new lumps and bumps on their bodies. Many owners locate lumps at home, while bathing or petting. If a lump or bump is found, it is best to have

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Dr Frey being “Ratastic”

Rats have certainly become more popular as pets within the past several years. And many rat owners have more than one or two as pets! Rats are quite intelligent, and each has their own personality and quirky traits. They are

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An Update on “Saving Grace”

WAY TO GO GRACE!! We introduced Grace in March – she is a 5 1/2 year old lab mix who was undergoing chemotherapy for lymphoma. She completed her regimen in April and was just in for a 1 month check-up.  We

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