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Cancer and Our Pets
Cancer is a very scary word whether it is used in human medicine or veterinary medicine. When it is used in connection with your family the scare factor goes up another 25 notches. Fortunately for the two and the four legged, treatment options and medical care are progressing by leaps and bounds. Preventive medicine is always the best medicine but when that is not an option than early treatment is the key. For our animals there are many treatment options ranging from surgery to chemotherapy, radiation, and medical therapy. Let’s examine the ways to help our pets.
Happy New Year!
The end of another year is upon us. We would like to take a few moments to reflect on the blessings, trials, and changes this year has brought to us.
First and foremost, we acknowledge the blessings that are our wonderful clients. Your faithfulness and trust in us is the reason we come to work every day. But, let’s not forget all the cute, cuddly, and energetic fur babies we have the privilege of helping. Their kisses, hugs, head bumps, and adoring eyes say it all. We couldn’t get through some days without them. We have been fortunate to welcome many new faces (furry and not) to the practice this year and we hope to see them for many years to come.
Well, the stockings are hung by the chimney with care, the tree is up and decorated (for now) with presents starting to show up underneath it, good foods and treats are showing up all over the house, and families and friends are making plans for yearly get togethers. Yep, it’s Christmas. Our pets know it too…they just see it a little differently. They see things to chew off the mantle, an indoor tree that needs investigating and conquering with chew toys in all shapes and sizes all over it and under it, good food, and loud people. It’s time to revisit Christmas safety with our furry sleuths and protectors.
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Genoa, OH 43430