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August 19, 2020

It’s summer time; heat is extreme. Humidity is high. Oh, and there’s a pandemic. Some common problems and one that we haven’t dealt with before.

But I forgot one super common – itchy pets.

Itchiness (pruritis) is most common in the warm months of the year. Starting in...

July 23, 2020

This is Drogo. On May, 23 he was attacked by something, hogs or coyotes we think.

He was incredibly injured, severely swollen, and terribly infected. Along with all of his external injuries he developed peritonitis, a life-threatening abdominal infection.

Cultures showed...

July 14, 2020

Beginning Tuesday, July 15, 2020, Abshier-Meuth Animal Hospital will be closed during the lunch hour 12n-1:15p.

We will continue to see patients Monday through Friday during our normal appointment times. Be sure to follow our Facebook page for Saturday updates!

June 17, 2020

On Friday June 12th, we learned that a person in our building tested positive for Covid-19. We immediately called a county health official to determine what we needed to do. This was actually before the positive result was even reported to the county. We immediately st...

June 12, 2020

We regret to inform our clients and patients that we will be closing for 2 weeks due to a COVID positive case in the building.

We apologize for the inconvenience this causes. Our priority has always been to serve our clients and patients to the best of our ability whi...

March 17, 2020

CORONAVIRUS UPDATE – 03-16-2020

We are keeping an eye on the current situation with the Coronavirus. As the situation develops, we will re-evaluate and inform our clients as soon and as best we can.

Our priority, as always, is providing exceptional and trustworthy veteri...

December 31, 2019

We hope that our clients never experience the grief and panic of finding their fur baby lost, but it is a grim reality we have faced over and over. We will provide tips to follow if your family finds themselves in this situation, but perhaps the best way to ensure your...

December 31, 2019

This month let’s talk about a subject that is too often overlooked: pet oral care. Oral health doesn’t just affect the mouth. In humans and dogs, studies show a strong association between oral disease and both heart and kidney disease. As humans, we have one set of adu...

November 7, 2019

November is Pet Diabetes Awareness Month, so let’s spend a little time on diabetes and pets.

First off, the diabetes we all think of is Diabetes Mellitus (as opposed to Diabetes Insipidus, another kidney related disease). Diabetes Mellitus is when the body is not produc...

July 15, 2019

Emergency Preparedness and Pets

Hurricane season is upon us again and being prepared is vitally important. We all know this, but

sometimes we let it slip or don’t find time to “get ready”. It’s so easy to forget our fuzzy friends

in this preparation, but we don’t want to...

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