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Keep your pet safe and happy this 4th of July

It’s that time of year again, FIREWORKS! FIREWORKS! FIREWORKS! The Fourth of July is a few days away and it’s important to remember this can be a very frightening time for pets. The loud sounds of fireworks can result in pets running away and becoming disoriented and […]

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Pet Trip Tips

If you choose to include your pet in your next vacation, here are some tips to make the trip safer and more enjoyable for the whole family: General Travel Tips Plan ahead to make sure pets are welcome at your destination, whether it is a hotel, motel, […]

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May is Pet Cancer Awareness Month

May is Pet Cancer Awareness Month

At West Eugene Animal Hospital we understand how devastating cancer can be. Whether it inflicts a human being or one of our pets, the sickness or loss can be unbearable. Cancer is one of the most common causes of chronic disease and death in middle-aged to older […]

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Pet Poison Prevention

Pet Poison Prevention

Top Pet Toxins…. Don’t Let Your Pet Be Next! March is National Poison Prevention Month.  Here at the clinic we see quite a few cases of pet poisoning each year. It’s important to understand what types of poisons you keep away from you pet. Here are the […]

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FACTS & SOLUTIONS FOR A HEALTHY PET

During the cold and wet months in Eugene many pet owners forget how important exercise for their pet can be and limit outdoor activity. Keeping your pet active, even during the winter, can have huge benefits to longevity and quality of life for your pet. Taking walks […]

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5 Tips for Winterizing Your Pets

It’s that time of year again and you’ve begun to bundle up. Well, let’s not forget to do the same for our pets. They get cold and wet just like we do and deserve special treatment. Here are 5 tips to winterize your pets.   Animals need […]

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Don’t let the Bad Bugs Bite! $50 Rebate

Don’t let the Bad Bugs Bite! $50 Rebate

Protect Your Family Member! For a limited time, we are offering a special on Heartworm, Flea/Tick, & Internal parasite prevention. $50 REBATE – 12 doses of Heartgard and 6 doses of Nexgard or Frontline $40 REBATE – Seresto and 6 doses of Advantage Multi $20 REBATE – […]

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June is Arthritis Awareness Month

June is Arthritis Awareness Month

In honor of Arthritis Awreness month we are thrilled to announce 15% off X-rays to check your pets stage of Arthritis! Here are some symptoms to look for in your pet (from aspca.com) Pets who have arthritis may: Walk stiffly Limp or favor certain limbs Show stiffness or discomfort […]

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May is Pet Cancer Awareness Month!

In honor of Pet Cancer Awareness Month ask about our specials. It’s a fact that cancer is the #1 cause of mortality in older animals. Here are 10 signs to watch out for between your regular veterinary visits. (according to this article by Dr. Phil Zeltzman) 1. […]

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April is Flea and Tick Month

April is Flea and Tick Month

It’s that time of year again. Ask about our April specials on flea and tick control! CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD A SPECIAL FLEA AND TICK TREATMENT COUPON Also here is some great information to help you get prepared. It was originally posted from thehumanesociety.org – an awesome FREE […]

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Ask The Vets

  • Ask The Vets: Volume 4

    Ask The Vets: Volume 4

    For the fourth installment of “Ask The Vets”, we discuss possible ailments that come from the smallest, and sometimes unseen, threats. Q. …Read More »
  • Ask The Vets: Volume 3

    Ask The Vets: Volume 3

    Vaccinations are always a hot topic with pet owners. For our third installment of “Ask The Vets”, we answer the most frequently …Read More »
  • Ask The Vets: Volume 2

    Ask The Vets: Volume 2

    For the second installment of “Ask The Vets”, we discuss an essential part of maintaining a healthy and happy pet, their diet. …Read More »

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