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Arthritis in Senior Pets

Arthritis in Senior Pets

As senior pet month draws to a close, Dr. Kerri McMahon, an associate veterinarian at Country Friends Veterinary Clinic, has shed some light on arthritis in pets. Saunders Comprehensive Veterinary Dictionary defines arthritis as inflammation of a joint. ...

Could My Pet Have Thyroid Disease?

Could My Pet Have Thyroid Disease?

Have you ever considered thyroid disease in your pet? Would you know when to seuspect there might be a problem? Dr Maria Wilson, associate veterinarian at Country Friends Veterinary Clinic, provides a brief summary of signs, symptoms, and management of...

Diabetes in Dogs and Cats

Diabetes in Dogs and Cats

Diabetes can be a scary word for many pet owners, but it doesn’t have to be. Dr. Rhonda Phillips, licensed veterinarian with over 20 years of experience, has helped many pet owners overcome their fear of this diagnosis, and enjoy many happy years with...

Pet Insurance 101

Pet Insurance 101

This week we are excited to have a guest blog written by Sara Radak, Community Engagement Coordinator with Embrace Pet Insurance. She’s going to help us navigate the seemingly confusing world of pet insurance. “Pet insurance?! What’s that?” If that is your...

Why Your Cat Needs to See the Vet

Why Your Cat Needs to See the Vet

January is Feline Health Awareness Month at CFVC. Dr. Robin Westwood, Associate Veterinarian, describes the importance of an annual exam for your cat, whether he/she spends his time indoors or outdoors. As much as we love our cats, it’s sad to realize that...

Getting Your Cat to the Vet

Getting Your Cat to the Vet

In our last blog entry, Dr. Robin Westwood, associate veterinarian at CFVC, discussed the importance of regular check-ups for your kitty. Today, she offers helpful hints for getting your cat to the vet’s office. A common reason that deters many owners from...

Overweight Cats…a Growing Problem

Overweight Cats…a Growing Problem

The holidays have passed for another year and winter is in full swing.  Even our pets tend to gain weight during the wintery holiday bliss.  If you have noticed your cat has gained a few pounds or just feels “fluffier” than usual, then read on, Dr. Kerri...

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