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  • ADDING A NEW PET TO YOUR HOUSEHOLD (Part 1)
    ADDING A NEW PET TO YOUR HOUSEHOLD? (Part 1)It is time to adopt a new member into the family, but how do I help everyone adjust to the addition?? The Read more
  • PET OF THE MONTH - AUGUST 2019 - CHARLIE
    Charlie was born in a puppy mill in New Mexico on December 2nd, 2017. On his first birthday he was rescued but was very malnourished and in bad shape. He Read more
  • PET OF THE MONTH - JULY 2019 - ROSIE
    Rosie is a six-year-old Corgi. She is very affectionate and loves playing with children, other dogs, and going for walks. Rosie has a little (human) sister who thoroughly enjoys feeding Read more
  • Your Dog and Noise Aversion
    With the severe weather in the forecast and the 4th of July just around the corner, we wanted to extend help to our dog patient’s that don’t especially enjoy loud Read more
  • PET OF THE MONTH - MARCH 2019 - FEZ!
    Hi! I’m Fez and I’m a 4.5 year old ferret. I live in a mansion (Marshall ferret mansion) with my ferret brother Norbert and ferret sister Evie. I’m a very Read more
  • Pet of the Month - February 2019 - MANGO!
    TAYLOR'S PET OF THE MONTH - MANGO Mango, is the cat who adopted me.  Mango was part of a litter up for adoption at another vet’s office, but her feral streak Read more
  • 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
  • TEACHING TOPIC: WHAT SHOULD I FEED MY PET? (repost)
    1. There is no one food that is best for every animal.2. The answer is best discussed individually with your vet - taking into consideration your pets health.3. “Grain free” 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

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