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Play It Pet-Safe This Spring By Avoiding Poisonous Plants and Vegetation-March 2009 Newsletter

Play It Pet-Safe This Spring By Avoiding Poisonous Plants and Vegetation-March 2009 Newsletter

As Spring blooms, many curious pets may come into contact with plants and vegetation you may not be sure is safe for them. To help you, we’ve created the following brief list of some potentially harmful plants and vegetation.

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Brushing Up On Your Pet's Dental Health-February 2009 Newsletter

Brushing Up On Your Pet's Dental Health-February 2009 Newsletter

A pets’ mouth is as important to them as our hands are to us humans. They use their mouths to eat, play, explore and more. So, when a pet’s oral health is out of whack, naturally, all sorts of issues can occur.

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Ensuing Pet Safety During the Holidays-Holiday New Year 2008

Ensuing Pet Safety During the Holidays-Holiday New Year 2008

Wishing You a Happy Holiday Season and a Prosperous New Year! Year after year, holiday festivities bring food and gift-bearing family and friends together. While it should be a jolly time for all, did you know it can be a dangerous time for our furry family members? Along with the holiday buzz, come new, interesting, and sometimes trouble- some items for pets to explore.

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"The Dog Ate My Homework" and Other Interesting Swallowed Objects-Fall 2008 Newsletter

"The Dog Ate My Homework" and Other Interesting Swallowed Objects

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Acupuncture Gives Pets a Second Change For An Active Lifestyle-August 2008 Newsletter

Acupuncture Gives Pets a Second Change For An Active Lifestyle-August 2008 Newsletter

Everything old is new again, especially in the world of veterinary medicine. Acupuncture is becoming increasingly popular among the savviest of pet owners, as a great option for controlling pets’ pain and treating a variety of ailments. Bridget Halligan, DVM, is also a Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist and has treated dogs and cats with acupuncture at West Chelsea Veterinary for over a decade.

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West Chelsea Veterinary Welcomes Jennifer Berg, DVM.-July 2008 Newsletter

West Chelsea Veterinary Welcomes Jennifer Berg, DVM.-July 2008 Newsletter

West Chelsea Veterinary Welcomes Jennifer Berg, DVM.

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Acupuncture Press Release

Acupuncture Press Release

Acupuncture Gives Pets a Second Change For An Active Lifestyle. Everything old is new again, especially in the world of veterinary medicine. Acupuncture is becoming increasingly popular among the savviest of pet owners, as a great option for controlling pets’ pain and treating a variety of ailments. Bridget Halligan, DVM, is also a Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist and has treated dogs and cats with acupuncture at West Chelsea Veterinary for over a decade.

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