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Holiday Season is almost upon us – be sure to have your pet’s vaccinations updated, in case there needs to be a quick kennel reservation and visit! Dogs need Kennel Cough and Canine Influenza as well as Distemper/Adeno/Parvo and Rabies. Cats need Distemper/Respiratory and Rabies.

Accredited pharmacies will now be allowed to use a new online address = .Pharmacy.  Similar to accredited educational facilities using .edu and accredited government sites using .gov, accredited pharmacies will now use .Pharmacy.  Our online store and pharmacy (MyVetStoreOnline) will forward from the old .com address to the new .Pharmacy address for a while.  But

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Announcing Blood Pressure Measuring For our senior and geriatric cats and dogs, measuring trends in blood pressure is becoming more recognized as an aid in finding and treating problems early.  Cats especially need this monitoring because chronic renal dysfunction and/or hyperthyroidism (both frequent in cats 8 years and older) are causes of hypertension which causes

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Starting after Labor Day, we will change to our Winter Hours schedule. M T W F 9-5:30, Th noon-8 (closed Wednesday noon to 1).

Starting June 1, 2017 – Fur and Feathers announces new LATER hours. Monday 9-6 Tuesday 9-6 Wednesday 9-12 and 1-6 Thursday 12-8 Friday 9-5 Closed Saturday and Sunday

Southern Tier Chapter American Red Cross And Fur and Feathers Veterinary Care Invite Clients and the Public to attend a lecture (free) about “How to Prepare for Your Pet(s) in Case of Disaster” On National Pet Disaster Preparedness Day Saturday, May 13, 2017, Lecture 10:30 – 11:30 am, Hospital Tours 9:30-10:00 or 11:30-12:00 Please RSVP before 4 pm

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Lyme Disease – Testing, Prevention, and Treatment HOW YOU CAN PROTECT YOUR CANINE COMPANION AGAINST LYME DISEASE AND COSTLY TREATMENT The risk of Lyme Disease is real and frequent.  In 2016, New York State reported 1 in 10 dogs positive for Lyme; and Broome County reported 1 in 6 [Companion Animal Parasite Council, data on

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A new disease is going to sweep through the dog population (like parvo did in the 1970’s) – CANINE INFLUENZA.  The first strain developed from equine influenza and crossed to greyhounds housed at the same track several years ago.  It has been popping up in areas around the country since.  Two years ago, a new

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Happy Thanksgiving to all! Our office will close for the Holiday at Noon Wednesday and reopen Friday morning at 8 am. Enjoy family and friends at this festive time. After-Hours emergencies can be accommodated for dogs/cats – Veterinary Referral and Emergency Center, Clark’s Summit, PA, Colonial Veterinary Hospital, Ithaca, NY, or Cornell University Hospital for

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Pancreatitis—Tis the Season As we approach the Thanksgiving holiday season followed by Christmas, we also approach pancreatitis season with our pets. Pancreatitis, inflammation of the pancreas gland, in dogs and cats is often caused by feeding our pets from our Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter feasts. Pancreatitis is a potentially life threatening problem for dogs and

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While Supplies Last – STILL AVAILABLE – For current patients (exam here within 12 months, heartworm test within 1 year and on preventative since test) Thyroid supplement for dogs (L-thyroxine) sizes 0.1 mg, 0.2 mg, 0.3 mg, 0.4 mg, 0.5 mg, 0.6 mg, 0.7 mg, 0.8 mg 6 month supply at twice daily (360 tablets

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The Difference Between Low Cost Spay/Neuters and Regular Clinics May Surprise You by CAROLYN KARRH DVM February 23, 2016 For Pet Lovers (edited for length) People simply do not understand the differences and reasons full-service hospitals charge what they do, versus what low-cost clinics provide, when offering the “same” service or surgery. If I had

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Sileo is here; recently released by Zoetis. This gel is placed between the cheek and teeth of your dog, ideally 30-60 minutes before the fearful noises. If needed (long thunderstorms, for example) the dose can be repeated again in 2 hours. The sedative and anti-anxiety effects can vary somewhat between individuals but has been proven

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When high temperatures and high humidity combine, animals (as well as people) are in danger from heat stress, heat stroke, dehydration, and other over-heating problems.  Any weaknesses these stressed animals have are brought out by these environmental stresses, allowing expression of underlying disease states as well. Since dogs and cats (and some other pets) cannot

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We are proud to announce that our online store through one of our trusted distributors is now available.  Ordering products from this online store provides that same manufacturer’s guarantees that you would enjoy if purchasing these items at our facility in Binghamton, but with the convenience of delivery to your home. First time visitors to

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“Cats are not little dogs.”  This axiom is taught in veterinary school early and often.  It is clearly evident in how heartworm disease affects these two species.  In cats, the reaction to infestation with this worm is so different that it is given another name entirely:  Feline Heartworm Associated Respiratory Disease (Feline HARD). Cats are

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Should My Bird Be Eating Seeds? It is a common misunderstanding that seeds are a sufficient diet for companion birds. After all, wild bird feeders are filled with seeds, right? However, while wild birds enjoy the seeds people provide, they also eat a wide variety of other foods, including plants, insects, nectar, and, for some

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Congratulations on your new pet. There’s a lot of information when you get a new puppy but it is all very important. This information sheet will make sure that you know what is going on while we discuss with you all the most important things about having a new puppy. We want to make sure

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Congratulations on your new pet. There’s a lot of information when you get a new kitten but it is all very important. This information sheet will make sure that you know what is going on while we discuss with you all the most important things about having a new kitten. We want to make sure

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Another year for your pet, and this one is a milestone; your dog is now considered a senior. Though many seniors refuse to act their age, there is reason for change in the care of your pet after this point. Aging is a wearing process; organs and joints have been suffering wear and tear the

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