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  • Reunited After 5 Years – Microchips Make a Difference

    Jan 14 2021

    Our January Pet of the Month celebrates Topaz, an orange tabby cat who was recently reunited with his family because he was microchipped. Whenever we hear about lost pets being…

  • Love For A Dog is More Than Skin Deep

    Dec 22 2020

    Do you ever have an itch that you can’t scratch? Now imagine that itch is your entire body. Calvin is an unlucky pup whose entire body was itchy. He had…

  • A Word About ‘Covidoptions’

    Oct 24 2020

    There have been many new pets adopted during COVID.  You might be wondering if it is a good idea to add a new member to your family. Dr. Brandi Eskesen…

  • How a Healthy Mouth Can Change Your Pet’s Life

    Sep 27 2020

    Most all of you pet owners know that taking care of your pet’s teeth can make a difference. Just like in people, a healthy mouth requires regular home care, and…

  • Umbilical Hernia in a Kitten

    Aug 30 2020

    Sadie is one of the sweetest kittens you will find. When we first met her she fit inside a pocket and won everyone’s hearts. We are honoring her as our…

  • Could A Foreign Body Be Causing That Wound?

    Jul 30 2020

    Our Pet of the Month for July is a special cat named Rey. She is a lovely 5-year-old Torbie with a history of inhalant allergies affecting her skin. She gets…

  • Arthritis Doesn’t Have to Slow Your Older Dog Down

    Jun 29 2020

    Our pet of the month for June is Tut. Tut has always been a high energy dog that plays hard. As he aged, his owners noticed that he seemed sore…

  • What Happens When Baby Teeth Go Astray?

    May 30 2020

    Max is a sweet, loving Goldendoodle puppy. He was brought to Hawthorne Hills Veterinary Hospital for his puppy vaccines and first checkup. During his oral exam it was found that…

  • COVID-19 and Our Pets

    Apr 21 2020

    COVID-19 is a viral disease in humans that is caused by a coronavirus call SARS-CoV-2. This novel virus is thought to have originated in an animal and jumped to humans.…

  • Living With Lymphoma: A Treatable Cancer

    Mar 25 2020

    For March we have a very special pet of the month, Dr. Nevill’s dog Squire. She met and adopted him her second year of veterinary school at the University of…