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  • Protecting yourself and your pets from Bartonellosis
    Heart Disease, Veterinarians and Creepy Critters by Dr. Cynthia Maro What does human heart disease have to do with crawling creepy little bugs and veterinarians? Reading this column will tie it all Read more
  • Improving Vet Visits for Temperamental Pets
    Most of the pets veterinary staff see in the clinic are well socialized and easy to treat. There are always a few who require special handling and extra time to Read more
  • Thank a Veterinary Technician
    Last week, I was asked to set up a booth and donate items at a fund raiser benefiting a local shelter, which was scheduled for Sunday. I asked my staff Read more
  • Signs of Anxiety and Fear
    Pets which suffer from fear and anxiety suffer emotionally and physically. Anxiety increases the risk for cancer, hormonal imbalances and other medical conditions.  Our veterinarians, Drs. Maro, Anléu, Wong and White find this flyer by Read more
  • Listen to Your Pet's Signals
    Several years ago, I had a cat patient that saved her owners from possibly perishing in a fire during the night. She kept going to their rooms, crying and scratching, Read more
  • Solutions to Animal Abandonment
    Those in animal care fields look forward to the time when the problem of animal abandonment is no longer an issue. A continued need for education on choices for finding pets’ Read more
  • Tips for Summertime Pet Care
    Yesterday, two clients asked for solutions to their pets’ extreme thunderstorm and fireworks fears. Anxious pets have increased risk for self-injury and the development of cancer, asthma and other illnesses. Cats may Read more
  • Don't Ignore Signs of Illness in Pets
    Today a Beagle named Riley came into my office with difficulty breathing and a raspy cough. He had refused dinner and breakfast over the past 24 hours.  His owner said Read more
  • Valuable Tool for Your Pet's Health: Genetic Testing
    Recently I was asked about DNA testing by a client who rescued an English Bulldog named Harper. The dog had a slightly different face shape than her other rescues. She Read more
  • Causes and Solutions for Lameness in Pets
    Several years ago, a dog patient entered my waiting room limping. I happened to be in the reception area and noted the severity of the lameness. I asked the owner Read more
  • Coping with Vision Problems and Blind Pets
    Several years ago, I treated a cat named Sparkle who went blind after head trauma. Her owner was patient and provided a fenced area outdoors for exercise. She kept furniture, Read more
  • Treatments Available for Confused Cats and Demeted Dogs
    Our pets bring so much joy to our lives that it becomes difficult to see them age.  In many cases, changes that occur are accepted as the way things have Read more
  • Miracles in Animal Healing: Keep an Open Mind
    As a veterinarian, I remember two cases in which the patients had astounding results that surprised their owners and me. The first was a dog named Tippy; the second, a cat Read more
  • Do you know your pet's 'normals'?
    Many times when a pet is ill, a trip to the veterinary office can seem overwhelming. Owners may feel anxious about making a trip with an injured or ill pet, Read more
  • Protect your pet -- and family -- from parasites
    Parasites, including intestinal worms, fleas and ticks, make people cringe and head straight to the veterinarian.   It is not unusual for my receptionist to get calls from distraught clients saying their Read more

The doctors and staff of our animal hospitals are here in service to the community. Please let us know how we can help and know that our prayers are with you and your families.


"[We] would like to thank you all and Dr. Jones for the great presentation today! He was very informative and so willing to answer everyone's questions! Gee, we had him talking for almost 2 & 1/2 hours! Everyone learned and his presentation was extremely well received! If your office would ever like to collaborate again, please let me know! Thank you very much!"
Renee Lauer, President
The Bichon Frise Club of Western Pennsylvania

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Monday:

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