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Love for Animals

Just like everyone I work with, I love animals. I’ve almost always had a dog. Even growing up, we had nothing, but we had a dog. I’ve always tried to work hard – waitressing, bartending, etc. I was also a travel agent for a while. When I applied for a receptionist position at a general […]

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Your Pet Has Cancer

“Your pet has cancer.” Those are sad, scary words. For many families, that is the end of their story, and they say their goodbyes to a beloved family member. For others, their journey is only beginning when they seek a consult with a veterinary oncologist. One of our GSVS family members made that journey with

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Preventing Heat Stroke in Dogs

It’s the time of year when everyone wants to enjoy the beautiful warm weather. However, this weather predisposes your dog to heat stroke, which is an emergency situation that requires immediate veterinary attention. Dogs do not tolerate the heat as well as humans do. Their only method of releasing the heat from their body is

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Fun in the Water

The summer season provides a great opportunity for you to share some quality time with your pets outside. Many dogs love the water, but despite what you may have seen in the movies, cats do not particularly enjoy it. Another common misconception is that all dogs can swim. If you are introducing your dog to

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Putting Your Cat on a Diet

If your cat is overweight, a diet is a great place to start helping him or her lose weight. It can be hard, though not impossible, to get cats to exercise, so a diet is usually the best way to help our feline friends cut down a few pounds. Cats who are overweight or obese

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Canine Cataract Surgery Outcomes

While almost everyone knows someone who has had cataract surgery, many people are unaware that our canine companions can get cataracts too! They may develop due to genetics, nutrition, diabetes, old age or trauma. Although most dogs are not reading, writing, driving or working, visual impairment from cataracts may still affect the quality of their

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