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  • Creepy, Crawly Critters

    There are many parasites we need be concerned about that can affect our pets. Ticks are one of the most common and frightful. Most people shudder just at the thought of a tick, let alone finding one on their pet or in their house. Unfortunately, the people who study these things tell us we should expect

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  • Flea Preventative Medications: Oral vs. Topical

    Fleas are not only a source of irritation and frustration, but they also pose a serious health threat to animals. These tiny external parasites can carry a variety of diseases, including bubonic plague, and severe infestations may cause deadly levels of blood loss in very small or young pets, according

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  • Fleas, the Frustrating Pest

    Consider the following scenario: You arrive home from a long flight from a wonderful, two-week vacation. As you drive home, you remind yourself the boarding kennel is already closed and you have to wait until tomorrow to pick up your dog, Max. You finally walk in the front door, happy to be home. As

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  • Giardia: A Parasite of Many Species

    If you have a friend who camps or fishes, you may have heard that they had been infected with Giardia. Or your veterinarian may have told you that your cat or dog had Giardia. In either case, you probably wondered, can I catch it as well? Giardia is a protozoan parasite (one-celled organism) that can

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Read What Our Clients Say

  • "This summer it became obvious that we needed to the large benign tumor on our 10-year-old miniature
    schnauzer Wolfgang's chest removed: it was nearly the
    size of a baseball! Because of Wolf's age and nervous
    temperament, we were extremely worried about the
    surgery. But Dr. Evans and his staff did a wonderful job:
    no complications, great follow-up care, and Wolfgang
    acts like a puppy again!
    Thank you, West Mountain Veterinary Hospital!"
    Joe and Deborah