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16 SepCaring for Senior Pets

As our pets age, their bodies and behaviors often change. Owners often assume that these changes are just signs of aging, but that isn’t always the case. For example, diseases like arthritis, dental disease and obesity can cause changes in movement, eating habits, weight and...

17 SepLeptospirosis In Animals

Leptospirosis is a bacterial infection that can affect dogs and cats. The bacteria that causes it are spread via the urine of infected pets and wild mammals, which remains infective for up to six months. Pets who spend a lot of time in the water,...

05 AugMarijuana and Pets

With the recent legalization of recreational marijuana on July 1, we would like to make pet owners aware of potential health risks to your pets resulting from ingestion. While generally not fatal, ingesting this plant can have serious effects. Symptoms of pet marijuana poisoning include...

13 FebOld Cat, New Behavior

Much like its owner, a cat’s behavior changes as it matures. As the rebellious days of youth fade, a wiser, more leisurely companion emerges. Between ages 8 and 11, a cat enters its senior phase of life and considerable physiological changes occur. A slower, more...

13 FebLearning to Speak Cat

Learning to understand your cat’s behavior is the best way to strengthen the pet-owner relationship. Unlike dogs, cats are naturally independent, solitary animals. Feline behavior is often subtle and less obvious, making it difficult to figure out what they are trying to tell us. Common...

Important COVID-19 Update

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In light of all the current health recommendations, we will be trying to help everyone stay safe and healthy when they come to Newberg Vet. We will be working to minimize people waiting in our lobby space by implementing temporary protocols for COVID-19. Please check our COVID-19 page prior to your pet’s visit.

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