Category Archives: Pet Health and Well Being

Ways To Improve Patient Care

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In these three posts on patient care on DVM360.com, Pam helps explain how you can put your best food forward: 5 Ways To Improve Patient Care (tips on enhancing your patient’s wellbeing) What’s Your Role? (no matter what your job title) Build Better Puppy And Kitten Kits (and what to include inside!)  

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How To Prevent Hypothermia; How To Screen Out Parasites

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When you have a pet, there are many things you need to treat and look out for. In two different articles on DVM360.com, Pam gives advice on How to Prevent Hypothermia in pets and how to Screen Out Parasites when it comes to veterinary clients.

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Microchips Are NOT The Only Answer

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A microchip alone may not save your pet’s life. A strong statement? Yes, as ALL PETS NEED TO BE MICROCHIPPED (dogs, cats, birds, etc.). But many pets do not wear identification tags because their parents feel confident a microchip is enough. However, this is NOT enough; your pets also need an identification tag or leg band […]

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1 Dead Dog, 2 People Hit By An SUV – All Due To The Lack Of A Leash

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A tragic story unfolded in Durham, NC last week, resulting in one dead dog and two people mowed down by an illegal driver- all due to a lack of a leash. I am incredibly saddened and incensed that an unleashed and unsupervised dog innocently created such a terrible series of events with an as-yet-unknown outcome […]

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