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Looking for a Home…

Looking for a Home…

We have a few friends looking for homes right now and would love your help spreading the word. Let’s find a couple of great homes for Squish and Shadow! Squish (aka Squeak)    This beautiful 3 year old girl has been living at our clinic for a […]

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39 Questions with Dr. Squires

39 Questions with Dr. Squires

Get to know the newest doctor at our Mass Ave and Fountain Square locations, Dr. Jessica Squires! Dr. Squires recently joined our crew in May after graduating from Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine with her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Squires has a special interest in oncology, internal […]

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Our Pets!

Our Pets!

Our team members truly love and care for animals, not only at work, but also at home! In honor of National Pet Day, we’re sharing our team’s pets and their stories.   Dr. Glore, Owner & Veterinarian Otis! My Doodleman Pinscher.   Jordan Hyden, Lead Registered Veterinary Technician & […]

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National Answer Your Cat’s Question Day

National Answer Your Cat’s Question Day

January 22 is National “Answer Your Cat’s Question Day” and in honor of answering your cat’s questions, we have outlined some clues of what your cat might be trying to tell you. They typically do this through their daily actions or more specifically, any changes to their […]

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Traveling Overseas with Your Pet? We’re Here to Help!

Traveling Overseas with Your Pet? We’re Here to Help!

Are you planning to travel or move with your pet to another country (or Hawaii or Guam)?  This process can seem very overwhelming as regulations are specific to each country worldwide when bringing a pet across their border. Let us help you! Our Patient Care Advocate will help you […]

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Seizures

Seizures

What is a seizure and what causes them to occur? Seizures are caused by abnormal electrical activity in the brain. A seizure is considered to be a clinical sign/symptom of an underlying disease process. Seizures by themselves are not a disease. The most common cause of seizures […]

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Table Scraps – Treat or Trouble?

Table Scraps – Treat or Trouble?

It’s prime time for barbecues and parties! While your friends may want to include your dog in the festivities, some table scraps can be dangerous. Here are ten types of table scraps to avoid when giving treats to your dog. Onions, Garlic, Grapes, Raisins While most of […]

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Foreign Body Obstructions: When Your Pet Eats Something They Shouldn’t

Foreign Body Obstructions: When Your Pet Eats Something They Shouldn’t

Sometimes our pets eat objects, table scraps, or food that they are not supposed to. When an animal eats its normal sized and appropriate food, it first goes to the stomach and then is further digested along the intestines. A foreign body obstruction can occur when an animal eats […]

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Lyme Disease in Dogs; The Who, What, When, Where and Why

Lyme Disease in Dogs; The Who, What, When, Where and Why

When we think of Lyme disease, many times we only think of humans being affected. But did you know that dogs can also contract Lyme disease? Increased white footed mice populations on the east coast are causing concern that this year’s risk of Lyme disease will be […]

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Get to Know Our Staff: 37 Questions with RVT Rachael Thompson

Get to know the newest member to our Mass Ave Animal Clinic team, Rachael Thompson. Rachael is a Registered Vet Tech and recently joined our crew in February. Learn about her interests outside of work, her current favorite Indy spots, and so much more! 1. What was the most unusual or […]

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