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How Can You Tell if Your Pet is in Pain?

How Can You Tell if Your Pet is in Pain?

It isn't always easy to tell if your pet is in pain! Cats and dogs are incredibly skilled at hiding subtle signs of discomfort, often suffering for weeks, months, or sometimes years without complaint. To help pet owners identify pain in their furry friends, the...

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How to Create a Pet First Aid Kit

How to Create a Pet First Aid Kit

Each September, National Disaster Preparedness Month encourages people to prepare for disasters or emergencies in their homes, businesses, and communities. As a pet owner, our team at Valley Veterinary Clinic wants to remind you that you have an extra responsibility...

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Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day

Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day

August 28 is Rainbow Bridge Remembrance Day, a special holiday to celebrate the pets who may be gone, but never forgotten. You can commemorate the wonderful life you shared with your furry companion by creating a unique memorial. Here are three special ways to always...

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Tips for Camping With Your Furry Friend

Tips for Camping With Your Furry Friend

Have you ever gone on a camping adventure with your furry companion? If it didn't go as smoothly as you expected, the team here at Valley Veterinary Clinic has put together some tips to ensure that your pet is a happy camper on the next trip!  #1: Practice sleeping...

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Is Your Cat at Risk for Squamous Cell Carcinoma?

Is Your Cat at Risk for Squamous Cell Carcinoma?

If you have a light-colored cat, then you know how mesmerizing it can be to stare into their piercing green or blue eyes. But did you know that these light-colored felines are at a higher risk for developing squamous cell carcinoma? Squamous cell carcinoma is a common...

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Tips to Help Your Pet Beat the Heat

Tips to Help Your Pet Beat the Heat

Is your furry friend feeling the heat? Instead of sitting in front of the air-conditioning unit all day long, the team here at Valley Veterinary Clinic has put together some 3 cool ways to help your furry companion beat the heat!  #1: Freeze treats for your pet Does...

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Summertime Grooming Do’s and Don’ts

Summertime Grooming Do’s and Don’ts

Summertime Grooming Do’s and Don’ts Grooming your pet is an important part of keeping them happy and healthy! Not only will your pet look good, but it will also keep their skin and fur healthy! Now that it is summertime the extreme temperatures require different...

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What to Do if Your Pet Gets a Bee Sting

What to Do if Your Pet Gets a Bee Sting

Pets can be just as allergic as humans when it comes to getting stung by a bee, wasp, or hornet. If your pet has been stung in the mouth or throat, been stung multiple times, or is having an allergic reaction, with such signs as significant facial swelling, trouble...

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Create a Routine for Your New Puppy

Create a Routine for Your New Puppy

How to Prevent Separation Anxiety From Developing in Your New Puppy While stuck at home during the COVID-19 quarantine, you may be thinking there is no better time to get a puppy. With plenty of free time for training and lazy puppy snuggles on the couch, you can’t...

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The Infinite Benefits of Pet Ownership

The Infinite Benefits of Pet Ownership

Pet ownership is not only good for your furry friends, it's also good for you! As pet owners, we’re also thankful for our furry friends. Besides unwavering adoration and unlimited affection, what makes you grateful to be a pet owner? While the benefits of...

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