RVVS Blog


03
May 2011

  During springtime we all start doing more outside activities, especially with our pets. Accidents happen and the first thing to remember when dealing with any injured animal, whether it’s a family pet or one you found lying on the side of the road is to approach with caution. When an animal is hurt and you approach to help, their response to pain may cause them to bite or scratch and injure their rescuer. If it is your pet, cover his head so he can’t bite you, put pressure on minor wounds,......

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28
Apr 2011

Hello Everyone!  My name is Brittany and I will be your new guest blogger for the next few months!  My husband, Joe, and I will soon be welcoming our first puppy, Maggie, to our home.  Maggie is a Havanese and was born just a few weeks ago.  Even though we haven’t had the opportunity to meet her yet, we love her a…...

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26
Apr 2011

  Easter Lilies can be a beautiful decoration in the spring season, but did you know that all parts of the lily plant are considered toxic and dangerous to your cat? If ingested, it can cause severe kidney damage and even death. Please be advised that cat owners should remove lilies out of reach of your cat and consider an alternative to the lily such as Easter Orchids and Easter Daisies.     ...

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21
Apr 2011

With the arrival of the holiday season our pets are often prone to new un thought of risks. Nothing makes a holiday more memorable than a panicked trip to the vets. But pet owners need not fret. Here’s what you need to know to have an emergency-free celebration this Easter.Festive Foods: One of the biggest risks to pets at Easter time is “CHOCOLATE”. The canine nose is an expert in sniffing out all the lovely sweet goodies in an instant. And birds, cats & dogs alike are drawn to the bright colors......

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