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Dr. Pol has always had animals in his life from his very first pets, a chicken named kreupel kipi and a Saint Bernard, to his current menagerie of horses, birds, dogs, cats, and even peacocks! It takes commitment to having animals as pets and that includes ensuring they are happy and healthy.

Quality care that is affordable to pet owners is at the heart of Dr. Pol’s veterinary ethics, and he believes strongly in pet adoption, spaying and neutering. Whichever pet you choose, check back often to learn the best ways to keep it healthy throughout its life!

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lab_thumbHeat Stroke – Why A Hot Dog is Uncool

In warmer weather, one should NEVER leave their dogs (or any living being) unattended in a parked car, even if you think you won’t be long. Here’s why. Read The Article…

Heartworm_thumbnailHeartworm Disease: A Serious Matter

Heartworm disease is a serious matter. Without proper prevention these worms, which enter your pet through bites from infected mosquitos, can invade your dog’s heart and lungs among other vital organs. Read The Article…

Canine Influenza – A Year Round Concern

It’s vital for every dog owner to know the risks of canine influenza, the dog symptoms to watch for and what to do if you have a sick dog.  Read The Article…

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Feline Leukemia Virus: What You Should Know

Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV) is the second most common cause of death in cats. Read The Article…

Dr. Pol Says, “Spay Your Cats”

Many animal shelters are overpopulated and an inconceivable amount of cats (and dogs) are dying needlessly. These numbers could be substantially reduced if pet parents would simply spay and neuter their four-legged family members. Read The Article…

14 Ultimate Tips for Happy, Healthy Cats

Look no further! We’ve pulled together the ultimate list of advice to keep your feline friends happy, healthy and loving life.  Read The Article…

Dog Food Basics: What’s In The Bag?

Here are a few important things to be on the lookout for during your next trip down the dog food aisle. Read The Article…

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