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Some Sweeteners Are No Good For Dogs: The District Vet

Not all that is sweet is good for your dog. In our quest for lower glycemic index and reduced calorie sweeteners, xylitol has become...

Monkeypox: Pets Are Susceptible

As COVID starts to wane, we have a different challenge, monkeypox. This virus is not new, and is thankfully rarely fatal. It can cause...

District Veterinary Opens Third Location

Four-legged family members will feel at home immersed in a variety of couches, floor level windows and friendly smiles at District Veterinary. The practice's...

Oops! The Dog Just Ate My Stash!

One of the more frequent types of phone calls we field begins with, “My dog/cat just ate … Is it something I should worry...

Weighing In on Pet Weight

Congratulations dearest reader! By the end of this article you will have the power to help your furry friends live an extra two years! Every...

Separation Anxiety in Cats and Dogs

Thankfully there has been a recent shift in today’s society that is making the discussion of mental health such as anxiety and depression more...

Veterinary Health Workers: The Unsung Heroes of the Pandemic

Almost eighteen months ago, as the world suddenly came to a halt, the way we conduct business dramatically changed. Veterinary medicine was faced with...

Don’t Discount Aggression in Cats

After house-soiling, aggression is the second most common behavioral issue we see in cats. Aggression in cats is not taken as seriously as in...

The District Vet

With cautious optimism, it is time to start preparing our furry friends for our return to a modified pre-pandemic life. As quickly as we...

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...