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  • Pet of the Month - November 2018 - BENTLY!
    TAYLOR'S PET OF THE MONTH - BENTLY!!!Hi! My name is Bently and I am 7 months old. I see Dr. Wendy and I like her & the staff a lot! Read more
  • Pet of the Month - October 2018 - DUKE!
    Duke is a 1 year old Australian Shepherd owned by Raegan, one of our vet techs here at Taylor Veterinary Hospital.Duke is an energetic guy who loves playing in the Read more
  • Pet of the Month - July 2018 - Theo
    Theo.Oh Theo, where to start. He spent most of the first year of his life in a shelter, being passed over. At 14 years young, he has defied many odds. Read more
  • Teaching Topic - Neutering
    1. Neutering is the surgical procedure to remove the testicles.  2. This prevents the animal from breeding.3. There are multiple behavioral benefits if pets are neutered at a young age Read more
  • Pet of the Month - June 2018 - Jenni
    Introducing …JENNI!! We gave her the full name Jenell Suzanna.  Jenell is a German name that means kind, patient and understanding.  But mostly, we will call her Jenni.  She is approximately Read more
  • Teaching Topic - Feline Urinary Issues
    Urinary issues are one of the most common reasons for veterinary visits among our feline patients.  Inappropriate urination is the most common behavioral reason for relinquishment of cats to shelters. Read more
  • Pet of the Month - Noel - May 2018
    Noel is our 13-year-old Maltese princess. She joined our family as a puppy and we quickly realized she was totally deaf. Training a deaf dog, we thought would be challenging, Read more
  • Pet of the Month - April 2018 - Cinder
    Cinder is my feral rescue success story.  He was Adopted Cat of the Month in “Rescue Proud” magazine in September/October, 2015.  Cinder is the sweetest cat, especially considering his feral Read more
  • Teaching Topic: Gastric Dilatation Volvulus (GDV)
    Gastric dilatation volvulus (aka GDV, torsion, bloat, flipped stomach) occurs when a pets stomach fills with gas, fluid or food and then flips over.  Flipping means that the entry (esophagus) Read more
  • Teaching Topic: Enrichment for Senior Pets
    Today’s topic is about enrichment for senior pets (like Flash pictured above!) As pets age, their activity will typically decrease, but there minds are still working.  It has been proven that Read more
  • Pet of the Month - March 2018 - Butch
    Butch came from the ASPCA in Ohio and somehow ended up in the Cedar Bend Humane Society. He has been in and out of homes his whole life. He's about Read more
  • February is Pet Dental Health Month!
    February is Pet Dental Health Month.  Even though your pet’s dental health is important year-round, this month helps us shine the spotlight on dental care. The American Veterinary Medical Association Read more
  • Pet of the Month - February 2018 - Totcho
    Totcho is our 7 month-old male kitten.  We adopted him from the Cedar Bend Humane Society the day after Thanksgiving.  Totcho is special for a variety of reasons. First of all Read more
  • Pet of the Month - December 2017 - Ivy
    Ivy was born on August 26th. She's a Shichon - which is a cross between a Shih Tzu and a Bichon Frise. She's a 4 lb cuddle-bug that loves to Read more
  • Pet of the Month - January 2018 - Mavis
    Meet Mavis! She joined my home in October this year, but originally hails from Strawberry Point, IA. After purchasing my first home- adding a Jack Russell Terrier was the first Read more
  • Pet of the Month - November 2017 - Koji and Kiwi
    Life has never been the same since siblings Koji and Kiwi (affectionately known as The Twins) joined my furry family.  The Twins have been inseparable since birth, and even now Read more

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