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What to Do If Your Pet Has An Emergency

Posted on 12-15-2017

When you bring a pet into your home, you want to recognize the signs of a medical emergency. As your veterinarians in Durham and Chapel Hill, we’ll provide care based on the needs of...

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What To Do If Your Pet Has A Tumor

Posted on 12-15-2017

At the New Hope Animal Hospital, we hope that your pet will never have to experience the discomfort or pain that tumors can bring. However, should your pet be one of the six million pets that ...

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National Pet Diabetes Month

Posted on 11-16-2017

Diabetes, a condition that affects the body's ability to control blood sugar levels, is one of the most prevalent and fastest-growing chronic illnesses among humans. But did you know ...

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What You Should Know About Anesthesia During Pet Surgery

Posted on 08-14-2017

When you bring your pet to our clinic for pet surgery, you want to prepare in advance for potential complications. A key part of the preparation is recognizing the risks of anesthesia during a...

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When Should You Vaccinate Your Pet?

Posted on 07-24-2017

Just like people, there are serious diseases that can be prevented by following the proper cat and dog vaccination schedules. Some vaccines are considered essential for all pets of that specie...

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