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COVID-19 Update About Our Services

We have made the following changes to maintain the health and safety of your beloved pet, as well as you.

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Your Guide to Veterinary Waiting Room Etiquette

When your pet is under the weather or needs a regular checkup, your goal is to get her feeling her best fast. But before you get seen by a vet, there’s a good chance you’ll need to spend a little time in the waiting room. One thing about a veterinary clinic waiting room is that it’s full of pets, which can present an interesting challenge for keeping your own pet relaxed and happy. By observing a few basic waiting room etiquette rules, you’ll make the experience go faster for yourself and everyone else.

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At Normandale Veterinary Hospital, we are committed to the health, safety, and well-being of our valued clients and staff. The situation surrounding COVID-19 is rapidly evolving and we appreciate your patience during this time.

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Caring for Your Cat’s Oral Health

Any cat owner can tell you that cats are among the world’s best creatures. They’re always there when you need them but independent enough to give you space. They’re also neat roommates with even tempers. With all our cats do for us, cat owners want to do everything they can to keep their feline friends healthy and happy.

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Preparing for Your Pet’s Surgery

No one likes to think about their pet feeling under the weather. With all the joy they bring to our lives, it can hurt to think of your beloved family member undergoing surgery. But sometimes surgery is an unavoidable part of keeping your pet healthy whether you’re bringing her in to get spayed or she needs a routine surgical procedure.

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First Aid for a Poisoned Pet

No one can really understand the bond between humans and animals until they’ve experienced that bond for themselves. Our pets bring us joy every day and ask for very little in return. That’s why it’s so devastating when our pets are sick or injured. If you suspect your pet may have been poisoned, taking the right steps can mean the difference between life and death.

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Top Reasons to Prioritize Vet Care this Year

The holidays are over at last, and we hope your family pets found lots of great treats and chew toys in their stockings this year! Now that we’ve rung in the new year, it’s a good time to start looking ahead to walks around the neighborhood, visits to the dog park, and playing fetch. But while you’re looking ahead and planning for all of that warm-weather fun, it’s a good idea to keep your pet’s good health in mind.

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Start the Year Right With this Annual Pet Care Checklist

Our furry family members are a bright spot in our lives. Whether they’re hanging out with you on your favorite chair or accompanying you on a walk around the block, having our pet pals around makes everything better. As pet owners, take the job of caring for them seriously. We want to do everything we can to make their lives healthier and happier.

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Winter Illnesses That Can Affect Your Pet

The weather outside is frightful, and according to the Farmer’s Almanac, we’re in for more serious chills this season. For families with a furry family member or two, cold weather means an added level of responsibility when it comes to keeping your canine or feline friend healthy. The colder the temperature drops, the more important is to be aware of the impact extreme temperatures can have on your family pet. Snow, ice, low temperatures, and the additional bacterial and viral conditions that go right along with them are all things you’ll need to look out for.

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Keeping Your Dog Safe this Winter

While we’ve all been busy decking the halls, it’s been getting frosty and cold outside. As a dog owner, it’s easy to take for granted your pet’s warmth in the outdoors during the frigid winter cold. Dogs are incredibly resilient creatures, and they often look like they’re fine even in some bitterly cold winter temperatures. But that doesn’t mean they’re not just as susceptible to the dangers of cold weather as humans are.

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