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Help Us “Fill The Crate” for Animals In Need

Posted by on Dec 2, 2017 in Lakeview Animal Clinic | 0 comments

It’s the season for giving! In the spirit of giving this holiday season, Lakeview Animal is hosting a food, toy and supply drive to benefit the homeless animals of the Washington County Humane Society. Starting Monday, November 27th through December 18th, we invite our clients and friends to help us support this organization by “stuffing” our crate with much needed items for the animals! For a complete wish list for the Washington County Humane Society or to learn more about their amazing mission (and check out available fur...

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Is Pet Insurance A Good Idea?

Posted by on Sep 21, 2017 in Lakeview Animal Clinic | 0 comments

    Is Pet Insurance A Good Idea? We have the honor and pleasure to provide medical services for your furry babies!  Several clients within the last couple of months have shared amazing stories about the good luck they have had with their pet insurance. Pet insurance seemed to help our clients and we would like to pass along the information and hope it helps you! Sweet Little Buster! We recently had the chance to care for sweet Buster and his Mom shared a great story with us.  Buster is 10 1/2 year old canin terrier/poodle mix...

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Introducing Laser Therapy

Posted by on Mar 23, 2017 in Allergies, Blog, Cats, Dogs, Featured, Healthy Life Style, Lakeview Animal Clinic, Preventative Medicine, Uncategorized | 0 comments

  Benefits of K-Laser Therapy For Your Pet Acute pain, chronic pain, arthritis, hot spots, sprains/strains, trauma, CCL injuries, limping, painful mouth, post-surgical incision sites and the list continues on what the K-Laser can treat!  Class IV K-Laser Therapy is an FDA cleared therapeutic treatment that manages pain and inflammation while accelerating tissue regeneration. Laser energy increases circulation, drawing water, oxygen, and nutrients to the damaged area. This creates an optimal healing environment that reduces...

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Counterfeit Pet Medications

Posted by on Mar 21, 2017 in Blog, Cats, Dogs, Lakeview Animal Clinic, Preventative Medicine, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Can You Tell The Difference Between Pet Medications? One Of These Are FAKE!                 All of us at Lakeview Animal Clinic, love all our furry patients.  All recommendations by our clinic truly have the best interest of your pet in mind. WARNING: It is common practice for online pharmacies to use repackaged products, returned medications and outsourced resources from outside of the US.  We try to keep our price for heartworm and flea/tick medications competitive, but if you decide to...

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Benefits of Animal Massage

Posted by on Jan 19, 2017 in Cats, Dogs, Healthy Life Style, Lakeview Animal Clinic, Preventative Medicine, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Animal Massage   Massage therapy is a series of manual manipulation techniques used to improve a patient’s physical and emotional well being.  Physiological benefits of massage include pain relief, improved joint mobility, relaxation and increased circulation. Many people also find that massage deepens the bond between owner and pet.  Dr. Jamie provides a therapeutic massage for older dogs or those recuperating from injury or surgery and a deep tissue massage for competition dogs, training partners or active companions....

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Benefits of Chiropractic Care for Pets

Posted by on Aug 24, 2016 in Blog, Cats, Dogs, Healthy Life Style, Lakeview Animal Clinic, Preventative Medicine | 0 comments

What is Animal Chiropractic (Veterinary Spinal Manipulation Therapy)? Animals are particularly sensitive to spinal stress, which can come from both internal and external environments. These stresses can cause decreased mobility in particular areas, resulting in abnormal nerve impulses and pain (referred to as hypomobility or subluxation). The nervous system is intimately associated with the spine, so any abnormality in the spine can adversely affect the nervous system and vice versa. The basic premise of chiropractic care is to correct...

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5 Enrichment Games for Dogs!

Posted by on Jul 28, 2016 in Dogs, Healthy Life Style | 0 comments

Making sure your dog is physically stimulated by lots of walks and exercise is important but it is also essential to provide mental stimulation and enrichment for your dog. Boredom and excess energy can lead to behavioral problems in dogs and this can be helped by providing your dog with lots of mental stimulation. We’ve picked out 5 fantastic games, toys and activities you can do with your dog to help provide mental stimulation. #1:  Activity Feeders Puzzle feeders and problem solving activities are a great way to provide mental...

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Thunderstorm Tips For Your Pet

Posted by on Jun 15, 2016 in Lakeview Animal Clinic | 0 comments

It can be heartbreaking to watch: Even before the first clap of thunder, otherwise well-behaved dogs begin to pace, pant, piddle, cling to their owners, hide in the closet, or cower in the bathtub.  In severe cases, they’ll claw through drywall, chew carpets, or break through windows in their escalating panic. Thunderstorm phobia in dogs is real, not uncommon, and shouldn’t be ignored. Why does storm phobia happen, and what can you do if your dog suffers from it? Storm Phobia Triggers Veterinarians don’t know all the...

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Coughing? Has your dog been to Doggy Daycare/Boarding?

Posted by on Oct 29, 2015 in Lakeview Animal Clinic | 0 comments

We have recently been seeing a lot of Kennel cough cases! We have enjoyed going outside to see our coughing patients, but now its getting a little cold! Here is some information to help you understand and help prevent Kennel Cough in your dog.  What is Kennel Cough Infectious tracheobronchitis, commonly known as kennel cough, is a canine respiratory infection caused by Bordetella bronchiseptica, canine parainfluenza virus, and a number of other infectious agents. This infection attacks the respiratory tract and causes inflammation of the...

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It only takes one bite…

Posted by on Mar 24, 2015 in Lakeview Animal Clinic | 0 comments

  IT ONLY TAKES ONE BITE… The mosquito is a small but mighty pest that most of us encounter when the weather turns warm and we spend more time outdoors. And because fur doesn’t stop mosquitoes from biting cats and dogs, they too get attacked. Unfortunately, there’s more at risk for pets from mosquito bites than the itching we endure. Because mosquitoes transmit heartworm disease, just one bite can be deadly to a pet.   How do dogs and cats get heartworm disease? • There’s only one way — through a mosquito bite. It cannot be...

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