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Lyme Disease

Lyme Disease…we’ve all heard about it. Recently on a trip to another state I even heard it being discussed on a national radio program. What are some of the problems with it and why do we need to be concerned? Lyme Disease is spread most typically by ticks. Ticks are a problem in our area. […]

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World Veterinary Day

Guest Blogger – Did you know that April 27th is World Veterinary Day? That’s right, a whole day to celebrate people who take care of family members and animals the world over. For me, that isn’t much, and honestly, for the veterinarians I know, it isn’t enough. For the months and years I’ve gotten to […]

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Heartworm Awareness Month

Outside of a science class or something similar, how many of us have seen an internal parasite? I would guess that it would be a small number. The thing that is a little amazing is that no matter how well we take care of our yards, no matter how well we clean our houses, no […]

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Making an Appointment is Easier Now

Need to make a vet appointment? Forgot to make it during the day? Don’t want to wait till tomorrow? Too busy during the day? Don’t like talking on the phone? New Patient? A lot of times there are just reasons why we don’t call to make an appointment. Now, that is okay. And it is […]

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Save a Life, Blow Your Horn

It’s Winter! Some may grumble wanting the warm temperatures back, some may dislike the snow. There are some of us who really enjoy the season though, including some of our pets. There are many personalities that our pets have and some of them greatly enjoy the colder weather just like their humans might. Just like […]

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Our Employees are Advancing

One of the signs of a successful business, a place where there is always growth, is the continual enrichment of their employees. The more that an employee knows about their profession means the betterment of their clients and the greater personal strengths they can bring to the care they give those clients. Animal Hospital of […]

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Happy New Year 2019

Around the New Year, everyone always talks about Resolutions. Each year, we often talk about the resolutions you can make for pets, I mean, we ARE in that business. Whether it is for their overall care, a PAW Plan; Winter Tips for Dogs or Cats; being a Pet Pal by referring a friend; or our […]

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Happy Holidays!

Can you believe it? Another year has gone by. We have had a great year caring for your furry friends and helping them have the best health they could possibly have. Since there are a couple of holidays left in the year, we wanted to share some tips with you so they could continue to […]

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Celebrate National Veterinary Technician Week!

We have lots of ladies working in our office and they all go in and out of the front reception area, in and out of visiting you in the exam rooms, as well as other parts of our hospital. Here’s something you may not know…they’re not all doing the same type of work, and not […]

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More Changes at AHOW

Wow! There have been lots of changes here at the Animal Hospital of Waynesville this year! In January, Dr. Kristen Hammett retired and in March, Dr. Joel Harrington left to work with his family on some projects. Dr. Jessica Todd was brought on to fill the absence of Dr. Hammett. Many of our staff have […]

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