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Public Health and Coronavirus

Coronavirus Update As veterinarians, a key part of the oath that we took was to protect and promote public health. In an effort to remain available to you and protect ourselves and the public, we are working within the CDC’s guidelines to keep our clinic and staff free of the virus. We have added additional … Read More »

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Benefits of Playing With Your Cat

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Our feline friends are known for being frisky and playful. Fluffy is definitely highly entertaining when she is ‘stalking’ a catnip mouse or trying to catch that elusive red dot from a laser pointer! As it turns out, playing with your cat regularly is one of the best things you can do for her. Here, … Read More »

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Preventing Thrush in Horses

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One thing that strikes fear into the heart of many horse people is the term thrush. Thrush is a severe infection that affects the frog of the hoof. This painful condition can cause serious problems, including lameness. Although there is no way to be 100% sure your horse will never get thrush, there are some … Read More »

Dog Biscuit Appreciation Day

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February 23rd is a big day for our canine patients. It’s Dog Biscuit Appreciation Day! Treats are one of Fido’s favorite things, along with belly rubs, car rides, walks, and playtime. Read on as a Dahlonega, GA vet discusses dog biscuits. Benefits of Treats Treats are actually quite beneficial. For one thing, they can definitely … Read More »

Posted In Dog Care, General

Keeping Your Cat Healthy

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February is National Cat Health Month! While keeping kitties healthy is something we strive to do all year long, this is a great time to discuss Fluffy’s care needs. Our feline friends need more than food, water, and shelter to stay healthy! A local Dahlonega, GA vet discusses kitty care below. Nutrition All pet products … Read More »

Mites on Snakes

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Snakes are very beautiful, and can make wonderful pets. They’re quiet, fascinating to watch, and don’t need much space. They’re also quite low maintenance: they don’t eat every day, so your only daily chores will be spot-cleaning the cage and giving your pet fresh water. However, just like any other animal, snakes can be afflicted … Read More »

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