It’s Important To Microchip Your Pets

We're proud to offer pet microchipping because we know just how important it is. It is a scary situation when a pet becomes separated from his or her owner. Owners worry about their pet’s safety, who will find their pet, and how they will be reunited. Pets have been...

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What You Need To Know About Leptospirosis In Dogs

It's true, Leptospirosis is diagnosed sporadically in Pennsylvania. No matter the frequency, it's good to know more about the disease, including how it's contracted and signs to look out for. These are the types of things we often discuss during annual exams, as well...

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Dog Bathing 101: A Guide To Keeping Your Pet Clean

The rate at which you should bathe your dog depends on a number of things - hair type, pet's age, activity level, allergies, and more. Not two dogs need the same amount of baths and it's important to consult with the Brodheadsville Veterinary Clinic team to discuss...

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Keeping Your Pet Calm During Fireworks Displays

The Fourth of July is considered a fun and relaxing holiday for most, but not our pets. For them, the day could be filled with loud booms, bright lights, and a lot of stress and anxiety. Did you know that more pets go missing on July 4th than any other day of the...

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Photos From Our Grand Re-Opening

Thank you to everyone that came to see us for our Grand Re-opening! We had such a great time seeing you (and your pet, of course!) and we were so happy to share our weekend with you. Our team took some amazing photos of the event and we'd love to share them with you....

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Should You Take Your Dog To The Dog Park?

There aren't any off-leash dog parks within 20 miles of Brodheadsville, PA - but if you're looking for a fun day with your pup, there are some awesome dog parks just a quick drive away. According to Bring Fido, there are five nearby with one getting their prestigious...

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Lyme Disease in Dogs: What You Need to Know

Fleas and ticks are not only a source of irritation to your pet, but they can also harbor disease and adversely affect your pet’s health. Heartworm is a dangerous parasite that lives in the heart of dogs and cats, damages the heart muscle, and can be fatal....

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