EAH Blog

July 15th is National Pet Fire Safety Day! Plan ahead to stay safe!

Having to worry about your family and pets during a house fire is a scary thought.  However, planning ahead can help ensure that EVERYONE in the home gets out safely.  Here are some tips to to help avoid potential fires in the home, and things you can do to make sure all your family members…

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The road to a healthy smile at Ebenezer Animal Hospital

Did you know that 85% of dogs and cats will have some form of periodontal disease by the age of three? That’s a startling statistic! Yet dental disease is a very common finding at your pet’s yearly physical exam. A thorough oral exam can reveal dental tartar and plaque (also called calculus), inflammation of the…

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Summertime skin disorders in dogs and cats!

Now that summer is upon us, our pets are spending more time outdoors. They are enjoying ball fetching and insect catching. All is well until the scratching and itching begins. Early in my career in the 1980’s and 1990’s, the skin problem I saw most often was flea bite dermatitis and flea allergy. Most insecticides…

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Traveling with your four legged friend

Summer is right around the corner. Summer plans often include family vacations. Many families include our four legged friends. For those traveling with dogs and cats, it’s important to make sure that you take the necessary steps prior to travel and ensure that you have a comfortable vacation for both you and your pet! Travelling…

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Rocky vs the rope toy – and the advantages of pet insurance!

Rocky, the goofy 7 month old golden retriever puppy, came bounding in the front door of Ebenezer Animal Hospital today, announcing his presence for all to hear. He’s been coming to the hospital since he was adopted at 6 weeks of age by his parents who over the moon in love with him and want…

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Preventative Care in Dogs & Cats: There is no substitution!

Why does your pet need a yearly exam? This is a frequent question our clients ask. It’s a great question because it highlights an important discussion about your pet’s care and health. A yearly examination is a way for your veterinarian to evaluate your pet’s health through a combination of a physical examination, various diagnostic…

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EAH blog intro!

Hello!  In an effort to give our clients an inside look into our hospital, we have decided to start blogging!  Please check back frequently!

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