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  • November 4, 2022

    New Help for Painful Kitties & Helping Your Cat be Happy at the Animal Hospital

    Did you know 40% of all cats have painful osteoarthritis and that by the time cats are 12 years of age, 90% suffer from this disease? We are so happy to have a new treatment to help these cats.

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  • October 3, 2022

    Why is my cat up all night?

    The reason it seems as though your cat is nocturnal is because he/she is crepuscular, an animal naturally more active at dawn and dusk. That transitional time between nightfall and daylight is your cat’s time of greatest activity and when he most wants to hunt, play, eat, and cuddle. It is when your cat is most likely to seek out your attention.

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  • August 30, 2022

    Responsible Dog Ownership Month

    September is the perfect time to review how you can be your dog’s best friend and a responsible caregiver.

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  • August 5, 2022

    Bringing Home A New Pet

    Preparing for your new furry family member is exciting but can also feel overwhelming. Find tips to make the transition easy and comfortable.

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  • May 1, 2022

    National Chip Your Pet Month

    Let’s Talk About the Importance of Microchipping. If you’ve ever thought about getting your pet microchipped, now is a great time to schedule that appointment.

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  • April 25, 2022

    From Dr. Kathi Gruss

    As I prepare to retire after 40 years at the Earlysville Animal Hospital I want to pass on my 10 favorite recommendations to make life with your pet the best it can be.

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  • March 25, 2022

    Things Your Cat Wants You To Know: Walking Your Cat

    Things Your Cat Wants You to Know March 2022. I call Opal my ‘Dog Cat’ as she likes to go outside on walks, comes to greet you when you get home, plays fetch, and loves her belly rubs. Do you have a "Dog Cat"? If so, they may like taking walks. I know it sounds weird, but walking your cat is a great form of exercise and stimulation for your indoor kitty. I am not an advocate for outdoor free-roaming cats, but that’s for another article. Today let’s look at walking your cat.

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