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5 Reasons to Schedule Your Pet’s Wellness Screening

2022-06-25T17:29:15+00:00By |Uncategorized|

Pets are expensive, and you may decide to save a little money by neglecting your pet’s routine wellness screenings. However, these examinations can improve your pet’s quality of life and increase their longevity. Our team at Westerville Veterinary Clinic explains the reasons why you should schedule your pet’s next wellness screening, and the importance of [...]

Vaccination: Preventing Diseases in Pets

2022-05-18T22:40:33+00:00By |Uncategorized|

Vaccines are an important part of a pet’s wellness plan, because unprotected pets can contract serious, potentially life-threatening, diseases. Our team at Westerville Veterinary Clinic wants to provide information about protecting your pets from certain diseases by keeping their vaccines up to date.  Core vaccines in dogs The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) defines core [...]

Home Toxic Home—Household Pet Toxins

2022-04-14T02:10:44+00:00By |Uncategorized|

Every year, countless pets are poisoned by everyday items in their home or yard. Although these foods, plants, and products may be safe for human use and exposure, curious cats and daredevil dogs can suffer serious consequences after ingesting only minimal amounts.  Learn how to recognize common household pet toxins, respond to toxin exposure, and [...]

Daily Decisions That Protect Your Pet’s Dental Health

2022-04-14T01:55:53+00:00By |Uncategorized|

Your pet’s dental health is more than white teeth and fresh breath—neglecting regular dental care can lead to unnecessary pain, periodontal disease, permanent organ damage, and a shortened lifespan for your pet. Fortunately, prevention is simple and effective. Preventive care at Westerville Veterinary Clinic and a consistent home care regimen can ensure your pet never [...]

Does My Pet Have Arthritis?

2022-04-02T17:42:33+00:00By |Uncategorized|

Everyone knows someone affected by arthritis—and whether the sufferer is two- or four-legged, this inflammatory joint condition limits activities and significantly impacts quality of life. Arthritis affects at least 20% of dogs (i.e., one in five) and an estimated 40% to 92% of cats (i.e., 4 to 9 out of 10), and this does not [...]

Home for the Holidays with Pets

2021-12-19T04:46:04+00:00By |Uncategorized|

There’s no place like home for the holidays, but when it comes to your pet’s safety, things aren’t always merry and bright. The festive season is filled with dangers around every corner and hidden in seemingly harmless traditions. Do you know how to identify the holiday hazards in your home? Take a virtual home tour [...]

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