Do you need pet insurance?

As veterinary medicine becomes more technologically advanced, the cost of care increases because of the higher costs associated with the equipment, facilities and training required to provide these higher-quality services. For some, the cost of care can cause some anxiety. Pet insurance can help by offsetting some or most of the costs of diagnosing, treating…

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Therapeutic laser available at Commerce Village Veterinary Hospital

    Common Uses   Help your pet heal with therapy laser. Drug Free. Surgery Free. Relief for your pet. Therapy Lasers have been scientifically proven and successful in treating post-surgical pain and many acute and chronic conditions.   → Acute Conditions → Wounds → Allergies → Infections → Cuts/ Bites → Inflammations → Tooth…

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The Case for Year-Round Flea and Tick Control

by Michael Dryden, DVM, MS, PhD – Department of Diagnostic Medicine/Pathobiology, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas Fleas and ticks are more than mere nuisances. They cause distress in dogs and cats and, more important, they cause disease. On-again, off-again preventive programs are not the optimal way to safeguard the health of pets and their families.…

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Prepare Your Dog for the Veterinary Exam

watch this short video for some great tips! http://www.vetstreet.com/learn/how-to-prepare-your-dog-for-the-vet-exam#1_j41dn9i6  

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People Foods to Avoid Feeding Your Pets

Chocolate, Macadamia nuts, avocados…these foods may sound delicious to you, but they’re actually quite dangerous for our animal companions. Our nutrition experts have put together a handy list of the top toxic people foods to avoid feeding your pet. As always, if you suspect your pet has eaten any of the following foods, please note…

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Hyperthyroidism in cats

Overview Hyperthyroidism is the most common hormonal disorder diagnosed in cats. It occurs when a tumor develops in the thyroid gland, located in your cat’s neck, and causes an excessive production of thyroid hormone.  In some cases, this tumor may be cancerous and can spread to other areas in the body. Thyroid hormone helps regulate…

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That Microchip Just Might Save Your Pet’s Life!

 By Dr. Jeff Werber, DVM: an Emmy Award-winning, nationally renowned veterinarian and former president of the Association of Veterinary Communicators. I have the privilege of working with a number of rescue groups in the Los Angeles area, and last week heard a first-hand story which really hit home.  One of our rescue groups was trying…

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The Veterinarian Oath

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Reducing the Risks of Canine Obesity

Reducing the Risks of Canine Obesity Obesity is the most common nutritional disease of dogs.  Experts estimate that 25 to 50 percent of all dogs are overweight. Obesity prevention and weight reduction lessen the risks of health problems, improve your dog’s appearance, decrease future health-care costs and prolong life. Risk Factor Management for Canine Obesity…

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