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January 24, 2018
Temperatures have been dropping and snowstorms have been bringing feet of snow to the Sierras. If you have a trip planned to Tahoe or another snowy destination handwarmers may be one of the items you pack with you. What happens if your pet manages to find their way into your bag and pulls one of these out? Let's say they chew on it or ingest all of it in one big gulp? What should you do? ... Read More


February 28, 2017


December 21, 2017
Late one evening new clients brought their pet Benzy into our hospital and saw Dr. Conor Hoff. Benzy had been having urinary accidents in the middle night and frequent trips outside throughout the day. The smell of her urine was also extremely pungent and they knew something was wrong.
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December 21, 2017
We are so thrilled to announce our December's Employee of the Month is our incredible technician Ali! Read More


June 24, 2013
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December 7, 2017
With temperatures outside dropping and snow falling on the mountains in Tahoe, we have officially entered into winter! Click to read more about the top five tips to keep in mind to help you and your pet enjoy this winter season safely. Read More


August 22, 2017


October 27, 2017
Allergies can be one of the most frustrating problems for dogs, their owners, and their veterinarians. Whether it’s a little foot licking, ear infections, or severe hair loss and secondary infections, many dog’s lives are made miserable by this all-too-common problem. Most veterinarians try to think of allergies as having three separate causes: parasites, specifically fleas; food; and the surrounding environment, both indoors and outdoors. In the past, a lot of treatments we have used have been either ineffective, inconvenient, or cause side effects that are often intolerable for dog and owner alike. Fortunately, there are some new treatments we can add to our traditional arsenal used for combating the “the itch.” Read More


October 20, 2017
At 10 months, Rascal is still very much a kitten. He spends his time playing with the two children in the house and his rescue dog brother. When Rascal began vomiting and not acting like his normal energetic self his owner knew there was something wrong. She brought him to their normal veterinarian where they treated him for a GI upset and sent him home with medication to help stop the vomiting. They told his owner to monitor his symptoms and to give them a call if he worsens.

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September 15, 2016


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