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Pet Toxicities

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With Spring comes the Easter holiday season! Easter is a time for families to come together to enjoy each other’s company and take part in a variety of holiday traditions. Sometimes, pets can get themselves into trouble during this holiday. […]

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Pets & Coronavirus

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Given the latest news, you may be wondering if coronavirus (Covid-19), which has infected thousands of people worldwide, is a threat to your pets. Bottom line, at this time, unless you have coronavirus or your pet has been exposed to […]

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Why Microchip?

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The thought of micropchipping can stir up stress in the minds of pet owners. However, there are many important benefits to providing a microchip for your furry friend. Microchips are small devices that emit a radio frequency containing information. They […]

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All About Prophylactic Gastropexy

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One life-threatening emergency that is commonly seen on our emergency service is gastric dilatation-volvulus or “GDV” (see below), commonly referred to as “bloat”.  The veterinarians at Mount Laurel Animal Hospital are prepared and available in case your dog develops GDV. Of course, […]

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When Should My Pet See A Veterinary Dermatologist?

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Dr. Fiona Lee is a board-certified veterinary dermatologist. Beyond an undergraduate degree (3 years at NYU, chemistry) and a veterinary degree (4 years at UPenn), an additional rotating 1-year internship and 3-year dermatology residency is required, capped off by a […]