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Coping with Pet Loss During the Holidays

Coping with Pet Loss During the Holidays                Losing a pet any time of year is difficult but the death of a pet can be Read More

Top Five Tips for New Pet Owners

Tips for New Pet Owners                Thinking of adding a furry bundle of love to your household? New puppies and kittens are the cutest and Read More

Thanksgiving Feast: Which Foods are Good or Bad for Our Pets?

Thanksgiving Feast: Good or Bad for our Pets? It’s Thanksgiving which means turkey, pies and lots of tasty food. It is tempting to share holiday meals with our pets, but many Read More

Osteoarthritis in Cats: New Treatment Available

Osteoarthritis in Cats                Osteoarthritis is often thought of as a common disease in older dogs causing lameness, difficulty getting up and slower gait. But, Read More

Are Health Indicator Cat Litters Worth It?

Are Health Indicator Cat Litters Worth It?                There are a variety of cat litters on the market that claim to show blood or other Read More

What You Should and Shouldn't Feed Your Cat

What you Should and Shouldn’t Feed your Cat                We all want the best diets for our pets, but sometimes what we think sounds like Read More

Keep Halloween Fear Free for Pets

Have a Fear Free Halloween for your Pet                Halloween is a fun holiday for most of us, but, for our pets, people in spooky Read More

Staff Appreciation Week

Help Patton Veterinary Hospital Celebrate Staff Appreciation Week                October 16-22 is traditionally celebrated as National Veterinary Technician Week but Patton Veterinary Hospital wants to Read More

Ringworm Infection in Dogs and Cats

Ringworm in Dogs and Cats             Ringworm is not actually caused by a worm as the name suggests but rather it is a skin infection caused Read More

Fall Hazards

Fall Hazards                It’s finally fall in Southern Pennsylvania. Cool days, colored leaves and harvest festivals abound. But there are some things we need to Read More

World Rabies Day

World Rabies Day                September 28th is World Rabies Day, a day to bring awareness to one of the world’s deadliest diseases.  Cases of rabies Read More

Pericardial Effusion in Dogs

Pericardial Effusion                Pericardial effusion is an uncommon condition in which fluid builds up within the thin sac or membrane surrounding the heart known as Read More

Hearing Loss in Dogs and Cats

Hearing Loss in Dogs and Cats                Both cats and dogs can experience acquired hearing loss or they may be born deaf.  While being unable Read More

Roundworms in Dogs and Cats

Roundworms in Dogs and Cats                Roundworms are one of the most common parasites in companion animals.  These intestinal parasites can infect dogs and cats Read More

Kennel Cough and Canine Influenza Infections

Kennel Cough and Canine Influenza                Kennel cough is a respiratory infection most commonly found in dogs though cats may occasionally be infected.  Kennel cough Read More

Are Chewable Flea and Tick Preventatives Safe for Pets?

Are Chewable Flea and Tick Preventatives Safe for Pets?                There are a variety of chewable and topical flea and tick preventatives available today that Read More

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