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Preventing Prescription Drug Abuse: Medication Safety for Pet Owners

Pet medications, just like human medications, carry potential risks for accidental use or intentional abuse. Take steps to ensure that your pet’s medication is safe, secure, and only being used as prescribed. – Lock all pet medications in a safe or lock box. – Store medication in its original container. – Always secure the safety …

Make Sure Your Microchip Works

By understanding the key flaws in this identification method, you can most effectively keep your pets safe. Here’s what you absolutely need to know.

Adopting the Neighborhood Stray

Several measures can help an outdoor cat transition to a happy — and safe — life inside your home. Here’s some expert advice to guide you.

Dear Doctor: When to Spay

Reproductively, cats are different from dogs, people, horses, cows and most other mammalian species

The Importance of Vaccinations

There are basic vaccines that your kitten or cat absolutely needs, and also those that are used on an individual basis. Your vet can guide you appropriately.

10 Tips for Preparing for Junior Spay Week

If there’s one thing that makes every vet student feel a little nervous, it’s Junior Spay Week. Isa Fransisco, V18, offers 10 tips for feeling more confident during your first few spays. Source: http://cummingsvoices.tufts.edu/2017/01/10-tips-for-preparing-for-junior-spay-week/

Win-Win-Win

You know someone is passionate about their work when they voluntarily miss Sunday Football to help out in the office. For Stephanie Cote, CVT, VTS (Anesthesia), her ‘office’ is the Luke and Lily Lerner Clinic, where she is the highly regarded Lerner Clinic Supervisor. As the anesthesia specialty technician running our spay/neuter clinic, Stephanie expertly guides veterinary …