How to Build a Pet First Aid Kit in 3 Easy Steps

How to Build a Pet First Aid Kit in 3 Easy Steps

September is National Disaster Preparedness Month, which encourages people to prepare for disasters or emergencies in their homes, businesses, and communities. As a pet owner, you have an extra responsibility to prep your pet for disaster. A first aid kit that is...

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How Do We Keep Your Pet Safe During Anesthesia?

How Do We Keep Your Pet Safe During Anesthesia?

Whether it's an elective procedure or a life-saving surgery, many pet owners worry about putting their furry companion under anesthesia. However, our entire team here at Brodheadsville Veterinary Clinic is dedicated to your pet's health and safety throughout the whole...

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Is Your Pet Microchipped?

Is Your Pet Microchipped?

August 15 is Check the Chip Day. Each year, many lost pets are reunited with their owners due to their microchips. Our team has put together some more benefits to microchipping your pet! How it works: A tiny microchip is placed under the skin between the shoulder...

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Summertime Grooming Tips for Your Pet

Summertime Grooming Tips for Your Pet

During these hot summer days, it's important to keep your pet cool! Grooming is an essential part of your furry friend's daily routine. Not only does your pet look good after a grooming session, but this also helps to keep their skin and fur healthy. Extreme...

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Squamous Cell Carcinoma in Cats

Squamous Cell Carcinoma in Cats

If you have looked into the piercing green or blue eyes of an all-white cat, you know how beautiful they are! But did you know that these and other light-colored kitties are at a higher risk for developing squamous cell carcinoma, which is a common cancer of the skin...

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Removing a Tick From Your Pet in 7 Steps

Removing a Tick From Your Pet in 7 Steps

Especially during these warmer months, we at Brodheadsville Veterinary Clinic recommend that you check your pet for ticks if they've spent time outside. If you come across a tick on your pet, don't panic. Check out these instructions to remove that pesky bloodsucker...

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Why Young Pets Need Routine

Why Young Pets Need Routine

Now is the time to establish a routine for your young pet! Building a foundation of stability and consistency now for your little furry friend will provide lifelong benefits. Find out why.  #1: Train your young pet early on to prevent problem behaviors Admit it—you've...

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What You Should Consider Before Fostering a Pet

What You Should Consider Before Fostering a Pet

Are you looking for a way to volunteer or give back amid the COVID-19 crisis? Consider fostering a homeless pet while they wait for a permanent home. These furry friends need love, care, and affection. Before sending out your pet foster-parent application to every...

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Top Easter Dangers for Your Pet

Top Easter Dangers for Your Pet

Happy Easter! Easter festivities may look a little different this year, but many of you may still be making the most of the holiday and celebrating at home. Make sure your holiday doesn't include a pet emergency by protecting your pet from these Easter dangers. Easter...

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3 Things Pet Owners Should Know About COVID-19

3 Things Pet Owners Should Know About COVID-19

Our lives have been upended by the COVID-19 pandemic, and we understand that this crisis has raised many questions about caring for our pets. Here are three things we want you to know. #1: Rely on reputable sources for current COVID-19 information While you can turn...

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