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Poisonous Plants Harmful to Dogs & Cats

Our friends at the Oregon Veterinary Medical Association have written another helpful, informative article about poisonous plants and pets.  Here are the highlights: If you suspect your pet has ingested any toxic substances, including these plants, please contact a pet poison hotline, an emergency veterinary hospital, or call us here at Fremont Veterinary Clinic immediately. […]

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Marijuana & Pets

Our friends at the Oregon Veterinary Medical Association prepared this helpful handout about marijuana and pets. Cases of marijuana poisoning in pets, and specifically in dogs, increased dramatically in states such as Washington and Colorado after recreational use was legalized. With the legalization of recreational marijuana in Oregon on July 1, pet owners should be […]

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Fear of Fireworks

This is a great, informative article written by Becky Lungren, DVM and published on Veterinary Partners website. Summer is full of celebrations involving fireworks. Canada has Canada Day on July 1, the USA has Independence Day on July 4, and France has Bastille Day on July 14. Dogs and cats react to fireworks as individuals. […]

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Lyme Disease Should We Worry?

We recently received a call from an owner panicked about Lyme disease after reading a column in the Oregonian.  It’s unfortunate that the quoted sources don’t seem understand the disease ecology of Lyme very well and have alarmed our pet-owning public unnecessarily.   Those quoted in the article cite information from the Companion Animal Parasite Council, […]

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Canine Influenza H3N2 Outbreak in Chicago, March 2015

We all have been exposed to the flu at one time or another.  Humans and dogs have very similar reactions when they contract the flu.  They may have a fever, coughing, runny nose, loss of appetite and lethargy.  The flu is rarely lethal; the young and the old are more at risk of contracting more […]

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PCC Veterinary Technician Club Dog Wash Fundraiser

Mark your calendars! Sunday, March 1st, 2015 from 11am to 3pm Dog Wash at Lexi Dog in the Pearl to benefit the PCC Veterinary Technician Club 416 NW 10th Ave Portland, OR  97209 Suggested donations: $10 for small dogs and $20 for large dogs Email to reserve your spot today! We love the PCC […]

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Ebola & Pets

There certainly has been quite a bit of reporting done on the Ebola virus and the health concerns for people and pets.  There was a case in Texas, another report from NYC, and a recent report from Portland, Oregon.  Bentley, the dog owned by the Dallas, Texas nurse who contracted the virus, was put into […]

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Fireworks and Our Pets

The 4th of July is just around the corner and with it our nation’s celebration of Independence Day. And as President John Adams wrote, “ [Independence Day]… ought to be celebrated by pomp and parade, with shows, games, sports, guns, bells, bonfires, and illuminations from one end of this continent to the other…” Unfortunately our pets […]

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Natural Born Killer

Mowgli is one killer of a cat! He’s always on the prowl for whatever prey is available…young rabbits, mice, shrews, moles, and unfortunately birds. If it moves in the slightest, he’s on it! Mowgli is also a member of our family and we are members of his pride. He often returns from hunts with his […]

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Walk Your Dog Month

In the animal world, January is labeled as “Walk Your Dog Month”.  I would like to take a moment to share with you why walking and exercising your dog can be so beneficial, help them be more of that easy going pooch and keep them out of trouble and most important, healthy. Our fun loving […]

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