Fall Pet Safety Tips: A New Season Brings New Dangers

  Whether you’re a fan of football, festivals, Halloween, or all things pumpkin spice, there is plenty to love about fall. The change in seasons also brings about new potential dangers for our pets. Check out these tips and information to ensure your fall remains festive and doesn’t include a trip to the ER.   Fall Decorations Be thoughtful about where you use fall decorations. Plastic pumpkins, skeletons, or other décor with…

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Leading Specialty Healthcare for Pets Starts with TLC

MedVet’s Teamwork, Leadership, and Compassion Makes a Difference At MedVet, we are dedicated to delivering exceptional care and experience every time, every day, to everyone. Delivering on this promise is how we’ve been able to enhance the lives of pets and their loving families, as well as give back to our profession, for more than three decades. This dedication is part of what makes us special. And we know it would not be possible without our…

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National Disability Employment Awareness Month 2021

https://www.medvetforpets.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/Adm_DisabilityEmploymentAwarenessMonth_MKTG_1920x1080_KP.mp4   MedVet is committed to celebrating the beauty of individuality and the unique contributions everyone can make to society. In recognition of National Disability Employment Awareness Month, we are pleased to share about some history makers who are improving the lives of pets and people in the veterinary profession. Derrick Campana…

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Hispanic Heritage Month 2021 - Veterinary History Makers

https://www.medvetforpets.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/Adm_HHMVideo_MKTG_1920x1080_210913_KP.mp4   At MedVet, we are proud to celebrate the beauty of individuality and the unique contributions that make our world a better place. In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, we wanted to share stories from some history makers who have made an impact on the veterinary profession. We’re excited to highlight their accomplishments and honor their contributions to the profession.   Aurora Velazquez Echegaray, DVM Dr. Aurora Velazquez Echegaray (1916-2013) was one…

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Six Things to Know About Kennel Cough and Your Pet

  Kennel cough is considered to be a common and contagious canine ailment. Owners have described it as sounding as if something is stuck in their dog’s throat. Kennel cough can be compared to a chest cold in humans—and there are times you may need to seek veterinary treatment.   Here are six things to know about kennel cough: Kennel cough (infectious tracheobronchitis) is a contagious respiratory tract infection caused by the bacteria Bordetella…

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