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Pet Matters-How to transport your cat to the vet with less stress – for them and for you!

How to transport your cat to the vet with less stress – for them and for you! Providing regular health care for your cat is essential to a longer, healthier and more comfortable life for them. However, many cats get … Continue reading

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Pet Matters-Sudden Illness

Sudden Illness Deserves Prompt Attention Don’t you just hate it when you get sick but your doctor can’t see you that day – or maybe for several days! Then you feel like you’re starting all over again with someone you … Continue reading

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Pet Matters- What is the largest organ of the body?

What is the largest organ of the body? You might be surprised to know that it’s the skin. Skin diseases are some of the most common problems we see every day. Parasites of the skin – fleas, ticks, mosquitoes, mites … Continue reading

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Thank You!

Companion Animal Hospital would like to thank all of our friends that donated to our        annual Pet Food Drive. We surpassed our goal of 500 pounds and received 1024 pounds this year, which was dropped off to the Groton Social Services … Continue reading

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Stop Chewing Your Feet! (Part II)

If you’re sure there are no fleas on your pet or in your home, then inhaled allergens are the next most likely reason for inflamed, itchy skin. Tree, grass and weed pollen in the spring, summer and fall, as well … Continue reading

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Stop Chewing Your Feet!

Is your itchy pet driving you crazy?  Pollen counts are at high levels now. Inhaled or contact allergies to pollens, molds or dust mites are often the cause. Food allergies are possible but less common. Parasites like fleas or skin … Continue reading

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