Canine Influenza- What you need to know to help your pet

April 20, 2015

As most of you are aware there have been reports of a new strain of Influenza in the Midwest.  This strain has now been identified as the H3N2 strain which epidemiologists suspect originated and was brought over from Asia.   There have been cases in Illinois, Indiana, Wisconsin, and 1 confirmed case in Ohio per several…

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Tiny Ticks Carry Big Diseases

April 8, 2015

This Month is Lyme Disease Awareness Month and with the warm weather slowly but surely approaching its time to get prepared for tick season and the Veterinarians and staff at VCH are here to get your pets covered. We all love to have our pets outdoors in the nice weather, taking them on walks and…

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Be selfish with your chocolate…don’t share with your dog!

February 17, 2015

With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, there is most likely going to be more sweets and chocolate around the house!  Although all of us humans enjoy chocolate, chocolate can be deadly for our dogs.  If dogs consume this tasty treat, they are at high risk of developing cardiac arrhythmias, central nervous system dysfunction, and…

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