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The Importance of Microchipping Your Pet

You may have heard of people microchipping their pets, but have you microchipped your own? According to recent studies, over 10 million cats and dogs in the U.S. are reported lost or stolen every year. One in three pets will get lost during their lifetime, and 9 out of 10 don’t return home. Should your…

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Can My Dog Have Allergies?

Oh, Spring. The sun is out, the flowers are in bloom, and children are enjoying the outdoors. Everyone is happy—except for those of us suffering from seasonal allergies. We’re too busy blowing our noses to stop and smell the roses, and our eyes are too itchy and watery for us to see all the greenery…

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What is Bloat GDV?

Gastric Dilatation-Volvulus (GDV) is a rapidly progressive life-threatening condition that affects millions of dogs every year. In the beginning, the stomach fills with gas, food, foam, or air, causing the stomach to bloat, causing a gastric dilatation or enlargement. If the condition persists, the stomach continues to fill with gas and twists and progresses from…

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A Happier, Healthier Year For You and Your Pet

During this time of year, many of us set new goals and perspectives for the year ahead. As you make your New Year’s resolutions, consider your pet as well! Here are some great ideas to promote a happier and healthier year for you and your animal companions. Eat Right Many pets can suffer from overeating…

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Tips To Keep Your Pet Safe All Summer Long

Your poor pooch has been holed up all winter long, slowly building up energy day by day until it’s ready to explode with the zoomies. Or, maybe your cat has been staring forlornly out the window each day, wishing it was out on the prowl instead of stuck scratching the same old cat post (or…

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Cat Bath Time Survival Guide

We’ve all been taught since we were kids that cats hate water. Whether it was from Saturday morning cartoons or real-life experience playing with felines, it’s become common knowledge to fear the wrath of any cat irritated by wet fur. Turns out that is not entirely true. There are, in fact, some cats that actually…

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Our HDVI Scanner and Amber the Husky

We are proud to offer HDVI imaging at Stanley Veterinary Clinic! We used this scanner to examine Amber the Husky who was having nasal discharge. The HDVI scanner takes medicine to a whole new level!

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Zoonotic Diseases

Animals provide many benefits to human civilization. Many people interact with animals in their daily lives, both at home and away from home. Animals can provide food, livelihood, travel, sport, companionship, and education to people across the globe. We can also come in contact with animals in urban and rural settings, during travel, visiting animal…

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July 4th Pet Safety

As Independence Day quickly approaches, we know many of us are excited for the celebrations this weekend. As you prepare for your 4th of July festivities, it is important to consider your pet as well! Whether you are spending the day with your family at home or practicing social distancing at the beach, there are…

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Rabies Control

Stanley Veterinary Clinic has contributed 11550 doses of rabies vaccine to this cause, this is how being part of the Stanley Veterinary Clinic is helping others around the world Dear Dr. Pelfrey, We know our prosperity and happiness are tied to our relationships with animals. Looking after them, and the people that rely on them,…

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