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    Lucky’s Dilemma

    Feb 20 2017

    The tale of a dog named Lucky who ran into a bit of bad luck.

  • 4 Serious Food Recalls

    Feb 16 2017

    Against the Grain Pet Food is voluntarily recalling some of their dog food due to potential pentobarbital contamination. For any questions, customers may contact the company at 1-800-288-6796 Blue Buffalo has voluntarily…

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    Before you celebrate, pet proof your gift

    Feb 13 2017

    Valentine’s Day – a day of love and romance! But we can guarantee that a stop to the Veterinary Emergency Clinic is not what you have in mind as a…

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    Guide to a Pet-Friendly Valentine’s Day

    Feb 02 2017

    Each year our poison control experts see a rise in cases around February 14th, many involving chocolates and lilies, a flower that’s potentially fatal to cats. So please don’t leave…

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    The 3 Most Important Facts About Dental Disease In Pets

    Feb 02 2017

    Oral disease is the most frequently diagnosed health problem for pets An astounding 80 percent of dogs and 70 percent of cats show signs of oral disease by age 3,…

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    October Team Member of the Month

    Nov 01 2016

  • Aftermath Of The Hurricane

    Oct 10 2016

    Matthew has passed and I sincerely hope you suffered minimal damage and inconvenience during and after the storm.  Judging by our experiences in 2004, this storm could have been much,…

  • Update on LVC Hours During Hurricane

    Oct 06 2016

    Following curfew recommendations from our county, we will remain closed on Friday the 7th. We are closing today, Thursday the 6th at 6 pm and plan to re-open on Saturday the…

  • LVC hours during Hurricane Matthew

    Oct 05 2016

    Hurricane Matthew Preparedness Plan – As of 2 pm on Wednesday, we’ve decided to close LVC on Thursday the 6th at 6pm instead of our regular 8pm. We plan to…

  • World Rabies Day

    Sep 28 2016

    We all want to help stop the spread of rabies.  What can YOU do? Vaccinate your animals and keep them away from wildlife that can spread the disease. Rabies is 100%…