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  • Radiation Oncology Service Reopens for Care with New, State-of-the-Art Equipment
    Cancer has become one of the leading causes of death for dogs and cats, who are living longer than ever thanks to progression in veterinary care. But, because more pets are receiving treatment for cancer, those treatments are improving. ... read more
  • Understanding Anemia in Cats
    It's not a specific disease but rather the result of a disease process or health condition in your cat. Whether it's mild or severe, it needs to be treated. ... read more
  • Curbing Pet Overpopulation
    Let's try to debunk some common myths that prevent people from getting their pets spayed and neutered. ... read more
  • Communication Styles
    Sometimes, we need to get inventive to create a common language with our pets. ... read more
  • The Eco-Friendly House Cat
    Greening our pet's living space has never been easier as our experts share ideas on how to create a more Earth-friendly environment for all of us. ... read more
  • A Reminder About Heat
    The sun is shining and it’s a great time to head outside with your pet. Or is it? Hot weather poses special considerations for pet owners and it’s important to exercise caution to keep pets safe when the temps start to spike. Veterinarians at the Foster Hospital for Small Animals ... read more
  • What Color Is Your Cat?
    Learn the various genetic influences that make up the kaleidoscope of coloring found in the cat world, and what makes your particular cat unique. ... read more
  • Understanding Food Allergies
    They are actually much more complex than most people realize, and it's very important to use a novel protein diet with the guidance of your vet. Here's why. ... read more
  • The ‘Guaranteed Analysis’ Puzzle
    Decoding one of the biggest sources of confusion regarding cat food labels: Lots of numbers that are hard for pet owners to put into practical use. ... read more
  • Dear Doctor: Blood Work: How Often?
    The American Veterinary Medical Association states on their website that, “geriatric pets should have semi-annual veterinary visits instead of annual visits so signs of illness or other problems can be detected early and treated. ... read more