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Experiencing The Future of Veterinary Healthcare Through Lab Work-December 2012 Newsletter

Experiencing The Future of Veterinary Healthcare Through Lab Work-December 2012 Newsletter

Imagine veterinarians studying your pet’s personal health history as an individual, rather than placing a pet, generically, into a member of a breed or age group to analyze their personal state of health. This kind of preventative and highly customized veterinary medicine is a reality right now at West Chelsea Veterinary because of state-of-the-art technologies and complete dedication by our expert veterinary team. These advances allow for top-notch healthcare, in the form of comprehensive comparable labwork tracking, for our pets. After all, every pet’s medical health and history is completely unique! Therefore, we believe, their ongoing medical care should also be completely customized.

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Experiencing The Future of Veterinary Healthcare Through Blood Work-November 2012 Newsletter

Experiencing The Future of Veterinary Healthcare Through Blood Work-November 2012 Newsletter

Imagine veterinarians studying your pet’s personal health history as an individual animal over their entire lifetime, rather than placing a pet, generically, into a member of a breed or age group to analyze their personal state of health. This kind of defensive and highly customized veterinary medicine is a reality right now at West Chelsea Veterinary because of state-of-the-art technologies and complete dedication by our expert veterinary team. These advances allow for human-grade healthcare, in the form of comprehensive blood tracking, for our pets. After all, every pet’s medical health and history is completely unique! Therefore, we believe, their ongoing medical care should also be completely customized.

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October is National Adopt-A-Dog Month and October 29 is National Cat Day!-October 2012 Newsletter

October is National Adopt-A-Dog Month and October 29 is National Cat Day!-October 2012 Newsletter

Celebrate by Adopting. It’s official, the “classic mutt” is the #1 dog breed in New York City, followed by the Havanese, Dachshund, Shih-Poo, and Cavalier King Charles Spaniel rounding out the top 5. Likewise, mixed breed cats are the feline of choice and their popularity helped put New York City in the #3 spot on Cuteness. Com’s top 100 pet-friendly cities.

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Take Advantage of Dog Park Fun That’s Off the Chain-September 2012 Newsletter

Take Advantage of Dog Park Fun That’s Off the Chain-September 2012 Newsletter

New York City’s many off-leash dog parks provide the perfect venue for a tail-wagging good time. The start of fall is probably one of the most beautiful times to be outside in the City with your dog. Now that the dog days are wafting away on cooler breezes, it may be a great time to treat yourself and your pooch to a quality time dedicated to socializing, fun and freedom. Did you know New York City boasts more than 50 off-leash dog parks, each with its own charm and amenities ranging from nature trails to swimming pools?

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Stimulating Pet Minds - July 2012 Newsletter

Stimulating Pet Minds - July 2012 Newsletter

What Research Says About Pet Intelligence

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Caring For Your Pet in an Emergency-May 2012 Newsletter

Caring For Your Pet in an Emergency-May 2012 Newsletter

West Chelsea Veterinary shares basic first aid tips for pet parents. As pet parents, we worry about the safety of our furry friends. We educate ourselves on the potential dangers hidden within our homes and neighborhoods, pet-proof our living quarters and inspect the labels of the food we give our dogs and cats.

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Spring and the City-March 2012 Newsletter

Spring and the City-March 2012 Newsletter

With temperatures barely dipping below freezing this year, New York City has experienced one of the warmest winters on record. Unseasonably mild weather means an unusually early spring season. Buds are growing on trees, flowers are almost in full bloom and even honeybees have begun pollination, well before the official start of spring on March 21.

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Caring for Your Pet’s Pearly Whites-June 2011 Newsletter

Caring for Your Pet’s Pearly Whites-June 2011 Newsletter

Comprehensive dental care ensures your pet stays healthy and pain-free. For many pet owners, dental care can become a last priority. Keeping pets wellfed, well-groomed, and well-exercised can often take precedence in your pet’s care and maintenance program. Proper dental care, however, is just as integral to your pet’s overall health and well-being, and involves much more than just an at-home brushing regimen.

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Milo & Chad: A life-changing friendship-February 2012 Newsletter

Milo & Chad: A life-changing friendship-February 2012 Newsletter

Milo Vaccaro is an energetic, happy, 13-year-old boy who loves school, watching movies and hanging out with his older brother, Sasha. But life wasn’t always like this for the teenager. In fact, the majority of his life has been a constant struggle, fraught with anxiety, frustration and unhappiness.

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A Lifesaving Mission-January 2012 Newsletter

A Lifesaving Mission-January 2012 Newsletter

When West Chelsea Veterinary’s Crechelle Oliveira found herself assisting in a surgery on Negrita,a senior dog with a very serious heart condition, while in Ecuador this past fall, she prayed the beloved dog would make it through his surgery without any complications.

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