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The Golden Years: Helping Your Senior Pet Stay Healthy and Active

October 11, 2019

The Golden Years: Helping Your Senior Pet Stay Healthy and Active

“Old age is not a disease—it is strength and survivorship, triumph over all kinds of vicissitudes and disappointments, trials and illnesses.” —Maggie Kuhn Perhaps you have noticed your older pet slowing down a little, or having trouble doing the things she enjoys. As she moves into her later life, more frequent medical assessments, attention to…

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Preventing Heatstroke: 7 Tips For Keeping Your Pet Cool This Summer

August 16, 2019

Preventing Heatstroke: 7 Tips For Keeping Your Pet Cool This Summer

With the dog days of summer upon us, temperatures are at their highest. While you enjoy the last weeks of summer heat, don’t forget about your furry companion. Pets who are placed in dangerous situations where they cannot escape high temperatures and humidity can quickly develop heatstroke. Follow our tips to prevent this life-threatening situation…

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Boarding Options at East End Veterinary Center

June 5, 2019

Boarding Options at East End Veterinary Center

Whether you are heading out of town on vacation, want daily socialization and play time for your pooch, or need a little extra help with your pet’s medical needs, East End Veterinary Center (EEVC) can help. EEVC is home to Chateau Des Paws, a premier pet boarding and day-care facility. Chateau Des Paws daycare Do…

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Spring Safety for Pets

April 18, 2019

Spring Safety for Pets

Sunshine and warm air make spring the ideal time to start your lawn and garden work. As you choose chemicals and adornments, keep in mind that some plants and products can be toxic to your furry friend. Don’t sacrifice your pet’s safety for a beautiful lawn or flower beds. Household and garden plants Most pet…

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Canine Physical Rehabilitation Can Improve Recovery After Surgery

August 29, 2018

Canine Physical Rehabilitation Can Improve Recovery After Surgery

Veterinary surgery can make for a stressful time in your household. Not only is it hard on your pet, but it can also be very difficult for your family. Between preparing your pet for the surgery and caring for him or her afterward, needed care can be a lot of work. One major part of…

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Fourth of July Firework Safety for Pets

June 28, 2018

Fourth of July Firework Safety for Pets

With Fourth of July quickly approaching, East End Veterinary Center wants all pet owners to be aware of the problems that can arise in an instant during the holiday festivities. Fire Safety One of the most obvious dangers during the Fourth of July holiday is burns. Fire emitted from the fireworks can lead to serious…

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How to Prepare for Your Pet to Be Boarded

June 27, 2018

How to Prepare for Your Pet to Be Boarded

Do you worry about where your pet will stay when you need to leave town? As a pet owner, that can be a very common concern. East End knows how hard it can be to leave your pet behind, so we have some advice for you to help your pet feel more comfortable while you…

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Winter Pet Safety

January 26, 2018

Winter Pet Safety

It’s cold out there and just because your pet has a built-in fur coat doesn’t mean that he or she is immune to the low temperatures. Download our Winter Pet Safety guide to ensure your pet stays warm and healthy as we patiently await spring! Download our guide HERE.

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Holiday Pet Safety Guide

November 20, 2017

Holiday Pet Safety Guide

Let’s work together to keep our furry friends safe this holiday season. Download our safety guide below to ensure everyone in your house has a holly jolly holiday! DOWNLOAD THE GUIDE

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Howl-o-ween Pet Safety Tips

October 24, 2017

Howl-o-ween Pet Safety Tips

Download the flyer below for some important tips on keeping your pet safe during the spookiest time of the year! DOWNLOAD HERE

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