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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....

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...

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...

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...

Thankfulness this Holiday Season

This holiday season, we would like to take a moment to express our thankfulness for one another. At Central Veterinary Hospital, we pride ourselves on helping animals live healthier lives. One of the most important reasons we are able to do this is through team work....