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What to Do When You Find Hurt, Injured, or Lost Wild Animals

As winter ends and spring begins, it will be time for many of us to get back to hiking, kayaking, camping, and gardening. As we do this, we will come into contact with wildlife. This blog will cover a few tips on finding wildlife and what to do when you do so. What...

What to Expect at Your Pet’s Dental Procedure

“Your pet needs a dental examination.” Most owners dread the phrase, thinking it is code for yet another expensive, unnecessary procedure. In reality, dental care is anything but unnecessary. For one, dental disease can be incredibly painful. Left unchecked, it can...

Is Your Dog Squinting? It May Have a Serious Eye Condition

Has your dog suddenly begun squinting, but only on one side? This is probably not a wink of affection. It may have developed an open sore on the clear protective layer covering its eye. These types of wounds are called corneal ulcers, and are a very common cause for...

5 Tips from Veterinarians on Being Prepared for a Pet Emergency

Pets don’t get sick on a schedule — Often an emergency will catch you off-guard, leaving you scanning for well-reviewed veterinary ERs at 3am, calling them to make sure they can see your pet, and frantically typing their address into your GPS. However, your pet...

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What to Expect at Your Pet’s Dental Procedure

“Your pet needs a dental examination.” Most owners dread the phrase, thinking it is code for yet another expensive, unnecessary procedure. In reality, dental care is anything but unnecessary. For one, dental disease can be incredibly painful. Left unchecked, it can...

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Is Your Dog Squinting? It May Have a Serious Eye Condition

Has your dog suddenly begun squinting, but only on one side? This is probably not a wink of affection. It may have developed an open sore on the clear protective layer covering its eye. These types of wounds are called corneal ulcers, and are a very common cause for...

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💉🩸BLOOD DONORS🩸💉

Thank you to Phoenix, Autumn, Nala, Austin, Lefty, and Rosie for donating blood to VETSS patients in need.

We perform life saving blood transfusions often at VETSS. Our donors are our own pets and are screened for parasites or illness before donation. They get a mild sedative and lots of canned food or their favorite treats after donation ❤️
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Leap Day CelebrationFebruary 29, 2020, 11:00amStarr Hill BreweryTwo more weeks until the big day! Please come hang out with us at Starr Hill on Leap Day to help some animals and have some beers 🍻 ... See MoreSee Less

Leap Day Celebration

This is Rooney, a 12 year old corgi that we recently treated for pancreatitis.

Pancreatitis is inflammation and/or infection of the pancreas. It is commonly caused by eating fatty foods or an abrupt diet change. It typically causes abdominal pain, vomiting, diarrhea, and lethargy.

Rooney did great with supportive care of IV fluids, pain medications, and medications for nausea.

He was so adorable we couldn’t resist taking some photos and giving him some treats 💕
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Absolutely the cutest puppies..great dogs ❤

They are so cute. My daughter has a 6 month old Corgi, such a personality!!

What a cutie!!

Omg that face

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