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Saturday, February 27, 2021

Winter Walks Along Our River

If the level of COVID-19 and political anxieties make you feel like you need some quiet time, consider a relaxing walk along the Anacostia...

Keep Weed Away From Pets

Veterinary medicine is not static and as time goes on, we are presented with new challenges. Twenty years ago, a cannabis intoxication was rare...

DC Vaccine Info

Currently eligible to register for the COVID-19 vaccine, as of Monday, Feb. 1: Childcare workers (*new as of Jan. 29; will be contacted with...

Drink Your Way to Optimal Health

Last month I started drinking alkaline water. I was feeling bloated and out of sorts. From my research I decided this might be a...

A Pandemic Year for Veterinarians

For everyone 2020 presented numerous challenges and even some opportunities. Daily routines were rapidly altered, creating a new reality. The practice of veterinary medicine...

The District Vet

Glaucoma isn’t only a disease of people. Cats and dogs can have elevated eye pressure, too! Many people have heard of glaucoma, but what is...

What is Parvo?

Most pet owners have heard of Parvo, or canine parvovirus type 2, and are aware that they should vaccinate their canine companions for the...

Bowser, Ferebee Talk DCPS Reopening

In the Oct. 22 situational update, Mayor Muriel Bowser (D), Dr. LaQuandra Nesbitt and Dr. Lewis Ferebee spoke about the term two reopening of...

The District Vet

With the dramatic recent influx of puppies and rescue dogs, we have observed a marked increase in incidences of hookworm, an intestinal parasite. Most...

Making End of Life Decisions

This January’s commentary is sad, but very worth having. As in all of life, there is death. It is part of the process and...
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