Easter With Fido

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Easter is just around the corner! This is a fun time of year for our canine pals. Fido finally gets to run and play outside after being cooped up all winter. However, this time of year does present a few … Read More »

We are OPEN!

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We are open!! As an essential business, we will remain open to continue to provide health care for our ill and emergent patients and to fulfill prescription and prescription food needs. However, we have modified our hours of operation. Our … Read More »

Walking Your Dog in Winter

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February 23rd is Walk Your Dog Day! Of course, February isn’t always the best time for a taking long, relaxing stroll with your canine best friend. It can be pretty frigid at this time of year! Read on as a … Read More »

Things To Do With Your Dog This Year

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Happy New Year! Are you starting out 2020 with a dog at your side? Why not include Fido in your resolutions? Read on as a Pickerington, OH vet lists some things to do with your canine buddy this year. Learn … Read More »

Traveling With Fido

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Are you going to be traveling over the next few weeks? If so, you’re certainly in good company. This is the busiest travel times of the year! It’s becoming more and more common for people to take their dogs on … Read More »

Arthritis in Dogs

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Did you know that arthritis is one of the most common ailments we see in older dogs? In fact, according to the Arthritis Foundation, one in five of all adult pooches are afflicted. The numbers are even higher with senior … Read More »

6 Things To Do With Your Dog This Fall

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Autumn is a beautiful time of year here in Ohio, though it may be bittersweet for those who don’t like cold weather. Winter will be here before you know it, so take advantage of the mild weather while you can. … Read More »

The Elizabethan Collar

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Has your pet ever had to wear an Elizabethan collar? These devices—sometimes called E-collars and often referred to as the “cone of shame” or a “lampshade”—are designed to stop a pet from inflicting self-trauma while recovering from a surgical incision, … Read More »