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Updated Hours for December 2021

We appreciate everyone’s understanding and patience. On days when we are not open to serve you and your pet, please contact our partner clinics for emergencies on the hours we are not open.

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News Alert: New Emergency Hours for Nov. 25-28, 2021

We have updated our new emergency hours for the next two weeks beginning August 1 to 15, 2021. While it is not the best case scenario for us, we had to make some more adjustments to our operation hours given the challenges in staffing. The setback in staffing is something that is experienced not just in our clinic but across the country.

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Understanding Empathy in the Veterinary Industry

Empathy is a loosely used word within the veterinary industry. But what is it really? Why is it an important quality for effective professionals?

Empathy is defined as the ability to sense another person’s emotions and imagine what the other person might be feeling or thinking. Meanwhile, sympathy is feeling bad for someone or being able to identify with what a person feels.

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The Truth Behind Well-Being in the Veterinary Industry

The pandemic and the rise of pet ownership in the US has resulted in burnout at many veterinary hospitals across the country.

Vet work is fast-paced and oftentimes entails finishing late or being on-call over nights and during the weekends. The hours are long, and the lifestyle can take away time for hobbies, family, and even social life. This is why veterinary well-being should be prioritized by many practices across the country.

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6 Things to Expect When You Bring Home a New Puppy

Excited to get a new puppy? Bringing in a new dog into your home requires a lot of planning. Before you adopt a puppy, you normally have to prepare treats and food, bowls for water and food, a leash and collar, a dog bed, some safe toys for your puppy, even down to talking to your family to make sure they don’t get over excited once the new puppy arrives so you can train it properly.

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