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Kennel Cough

The first and most obvious symptom that many people think about and notice is a cough. Many times, this has been described and a “honking” cough similar to a go

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How to Clean a Dog’s Ears

While many dogs benefit from ear cleanings, there is such a thing as too much. Only clean your dog’s ears when needed as over cleaning them can cause irritat…

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A “Hearty” Conversation

  April marks the month for Heartworm Awareness! As many have experienced, one of the questions we ask clients is if their animal is on a heartworm preventative. Ideally, the answer would always be yes, but that is not the case. At Central Veterinary Hospital, we...

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New Year, New Pet

  New year resolutions for you and your pet  New year, new pet, right? That’s not always our first thoughts for the new year. Going to the gym, eating healthy, and breaking old habits are normally what we expect when the new year comes around. But...

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Your Pet in an Emergency

As much as we would hope they wouldn’t, emergencies do happen. Do you know what to do for your pet when disaster strikes? Whether it’s a natural disaster, a lost pet, a family emergency, or a health emergency, it’s important to have a plan and be prepared....

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Signs of Pain in Your Pet

It is easy to express pain when you can communicate with the people around you, but how can our animals do it? Without the ability to use words to communicate, your pet may show signs of pain through their behavior. Here are some things you can look out for if you...

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New Pet in the New Year

Were you or a loved one gifted with a new pet this past holiday? Here are some things you may want to know or learn about your new best friend. Potty Training The primary concern after getting a new cat or dog, especially a young one, is potty training. Dogs Follow a...

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Boarding for the Holidays

The holidays are a wonderful time of the year, but celebrations can be hard on your pets. Traveling is often stressful for animals, and leaving them home alone isn’t always the best option. In these situations, you may consider boarding your pet, or leaving them...

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Your Pet in Cold Weather– Things to know

The temperature outside is dropping, camping trips are being planned, bonfires held, and we’re all dreaming of snow. However, with cold weather comes a whole new set of things to watch out for when it comes to your pet. Wellness Visit Once the weather gets colder, it...

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Thanksgiving is For the Dogs!

Thanksgiving must be a pet’s favorite holiday. All anyone is expected to do is eat delicious food and spend time with the people they love, all while watching football. What a perfect combination for the special pets in our lives! However, as always, it is important...

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