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3 Key Holiday Dog Safety Tips

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The holidays are upon us! Many of our canine patients seem to really enjoy this time of year. And why wouldn’t they? Man’s Best Friend often scores lots of extra treats and belly rubs around the holidays, plus some new toys and other goodies. However, this can be a dangerous season for Fido. A Wichita, … Read More »

2021 Thanksgiving Holiday Hours

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We will be closed from 1:00 pm on Wednesday, November 24th through Sunday, November 28th to spend time with our families over the holiday. Regular business hours will resume on Monday, November 29, 2021. A doctor and nurse will be on call at all times for emergencies. We are thankful for healthy pets and the … Read More »

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6 Adorable Things You Didn’t Know About Cows

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Thanksgiving is just around the corner. We’re definitely very grateful for all of you, and for our furry patients as well. Dogs and cats are of course the most popular pets, but other animals also have some wonderful charms, some of which often go unnoticed. Cows are a perfect example of that! These gentle giants … Read More »

Adopt A Senior Horse


November is Adopt A Senior Pet Month! While most of the PR surrounding this event is focused on dogs and cats, there are also many older horses that are in need of loving forever homes. If you have the time, space, money, and inclination to give one of them a great retirement, this is a … Read More »

Helping Feral Cats


Feral Cat Day is October 16th! This is definitely a cause that could use some attention. By some estimates, there are as many as 70 million feral cats in the US. It’s impossible for any one person to help them all, but there are still things you can do to help. A Wichita, KS vet … Read More »

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Fall On The Farm

Farm animals

Autumn has officially arrived! If you have a barn, farm, or stable, you may find yourself with some extra chores at this time of year … not that there’s ever a shortage of work to be done. A Wichita, KS vet lists a few seasonal items to add to your to-do list below. Check Blankets … Read More »

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