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Veterinary Practice Solutions

Legacy Veterinary Hospital and Dr. Julius getting more recognition in the US and Canada! We were featured in this advertisement for Dr. Joel Parker's Veterinary Practice Solutions (VPS)!

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National Walk Your Dog Week

40 percent of dogs...a total of about 17 million in the United States alone, are overweight. If you walk your dog just 30 minutes a day, you (and your dog) will meet national recommendations for heart health. Make the pledge to start walking your dog for at least 30 minutes a day for a week and email us to share your experience and the changes you notice in your dog and yourself in just seven days.

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Autumn Pet Safety Tips

Below are some great pet safety tips from the ASPCA!

There’s nothing like the crisp, cool air and luscious foliage to get you excited for the changing seasons. Your pet, too, is probably welcoming a break from summer's hot, sticky weather. But fall is also a time of lurking dangers for our furry friends. From household poisons to cold weather hazards, there are important pet safety issues to consider.

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Breeding Soundness Exam

A Breeding Soundness Exam (BSE) is recommended for any animal having infertility issues.  This thorough workup will not only evaluate the reproductive system, it will look at the patients overall health as well.  Many factors can affect fertility and a BSE is used to better determine those factors.  When coming in for a BSE it is very important to bring your pets past medical records including reproductive history.

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Happy Cat Month

This September, CATalyst Council celebrates Happy Cat Month, an event that serves to educate and inform cat owners in regards to what they can do to ensure their pet is happy.

CATalyst Council created the annual event to assist in spreading the word about the health, welfare, and value of companion cats. Often, cats are viewed as self-reliant, aloof, and less in need of medical care than dogs. The aim of this event is to counteract these stereotypes and ensure cats are well cared for, enriched, and receive the preventive care they require.

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