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December 7, 2015
Vaccines are an important tool for disease prevention in individual animals, as well as for disease control on a global scale. Vaccinations are designed to strengthen your pet's immune system against infectious disease, to either prevent or minimize symptoms, should they later become infected. Click to read and learn more about the core vaccinations for cats and dogs. Read More


June 7, 2016
BRVC is proud to announce Alex Shveyda as our Employee of the Month for June! Read about the special contributions Alex makes to our hospital! Read More


December 7, 2015
Maybe it was the strange overcast weather or perhaps it was something in the water; but within 36 hours we had four male cats hospitalized for an extremely serious veterinary emergency—urinary obstruction. This isn’t a disease cats “catch” from other cats, so having four patients within this period was odd. This anomaly is an example of how common and dangerous a urinary obstruction can be. Without swift intervention and treatment an obstructed male cat will die. Read More


March 14, 2016
Keara is one of our Registered Veterinary Technicians and a wonderful asset to BRVC. Read why Keara is our March Employee of the Month! Read More


December 2, 2015
In addition to being excellent at her job, Lauren takes on additional work responsibilities including coordinating the Blood Donor program and very popular "Vet for a Day" program at BRVC! Read More


November 2, 2015
Both the Smithsonian Magazine and Department of Veterans Affairs outline how service animals provide emotional support in the recovery of Soldiers suffering from PTSD. Read More


May 2, 2016
As we head from spring to summer, the green hills will gradually turn golden brown. This time of year is prime foxtail season. The foxtail (also referred to as grass awn) seems pretty harmless at first glance but it can be very dangerous to our pets.
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September 27, 2016
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October 19, 2015
Just like it is for puppies, proper socialization is important for kittens. Kittens can be intimidated by sudden movements, loud noises, or strange people. Socializing takes patience and dedication but your hard work can result in an affectionate and confident feline companion. If a normally outgoing kitten suddenly begins acting shy and different it is important to bring them into your veterinarian as there could be a medical reason for the behavior change. Read More


October 26, 2015
As we enter into the holiday season where we come together with family and friends to feast on a delicious spread of dishes, it’s often difficult to resist the urge to have your pet join in on the fun and give them a taste as well. This can be a risky maneuver however, as it may cause your pet to develop something called pancreatitis Read More


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