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Reduced Contact Protocol in Effect at Cherry Hill Animal Hospital

Mar 19

Categories: Pet Care, News

Dear Pet Family: Please know that Cherry Hill Animal Hospital remains open. During this uncertain time surrounding COVID-19, we realize that your pets still need us and we want you to know that our team is available to care for them. In order to help keep everyone safe, we have implemented a Reduced Contact Protocol. […]
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An Important Message About COVID-19 From Cherry Hill Animal Hospital

Mar 14

Categories: Pet Care, News

Dear Pet Family: At Cherry Hill Animal Hospital, the health and well-being of your pet and family are our top priority. As the situation around coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to evolve, we want to assure you that we plan to remain open during our regular business hours for general medicine appointments. We are taking additional steps […]
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Laser Surgery: Another Option for Your Pet

Feb 29

Categories: Pet Care

Laser Surgery: Another Option for Your Pet
The idea of your pet having surgery can cause anxiety and hesitation. You may be concerned about the effect on your pet’s body, her recovery time, and her pain level during recovery. As animal lovers, we share the same concerns—about your pet and ours—and strive to provide veterinary care that causes minimal tissue damage and […]
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Canine Influenza FAQs

Feb 21

Categories: Pet Care

Canine Influenza FAQs
A local animal shelter is experiencing an outbreak of Canine Influenza Virus (CIV). Because CIV is easily spread, the Cherry Hill Animal Hospital team would like to share some information with dog owners to help protect your pets.   What is Canine Influenza? Canine Influenza Virus (CIV) is a highly contagious respiratory virus similar to […]
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Taking the Fear Out of Veterinary Visits

Feb 12

Categories: Pet Care

Taking the Fear Out of Veterinary Visits
We know that visiting the veterinarian is probably not at the top of your pet’s list of favorite things, but we also don’t want it to be an experience she dreads. At Cherry Hill Animal Hospital, we strive to make every visit as pleasant as possible for your furry companion, and we use a variety […]
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Veterinary Dentistry: A Critical Component of Every Pet’s Health Care

Feb 06

Categories: Pet Care

Veterinary Dentistry: A Critical Component of Every Pet’s Health Care
You brush your teeth twice daily and visit your dentist regularly, but does your pet receive regular dental care? Many pet owners are surprised to learn that tartar accumulation and bad breath are not normal in dogs and cats, and, moreover, that they may be signs of advanced dental disease. Dental disease is the most […]
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7 Chew Toys That Can Damage Your Dog’s Teeth

Jan 28

Categories: Pet Care

7 Chew Toys That Can Damage Your Dog’s Teeth
Chew toys are a great way to help your dog beat boredom and keep her teeth clean. But, the wrong chew toys can cause more harm than good. We often treat dogs with broken teeth, oral injuries, and enamel damage caused by chewing on inappropriate items. Help protect your dog’s pearly whites by avoiding these […]
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Cold Weather Safety Tips for Your Pet

Dec 13

Categories: Pet Care

Cold Weather Safety Tips for Your Pet
Winter’s cold temperatures are settling in over New Jersey—are you prepared? Many pet owners mistakenly think pets are more resistant to cold than people, but pets are also susceptible to cold-weather problems, such as hypothermia and frostbite. Follow these tips to keep your furry friend safe this winter.   Limit Your Pet’s Outdoor Time When […]
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Dentistry Services at Cherry Hill Animal Hospital

Jun 18

Categories: Pet Care

Dentistry Services at Cherry Hill Animal Hospital
  Pet owners often assume that doggy breath is normal, but it is actually a sign of deteriorating dental health. Normal oral bacteria deposit sticky plaque on the tooth surface that quickly mineralizes into tartar if not scrubbed away with routine brushing. Left untreated, dental disease progresses to the tooth root and periodontal ligament, which […]
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Getting to Know the Enemy: Protecting Pets from Heartworm Disease

May 01

Categories: Pet Care

Getting to Know the Enemy: Protecting Pets from Heartworm Disease
We’ve all heard “knowledge is power.” The phrase rings true when it comes to our pets, because more knowledge can help us make better decisions about their health. With the risk of heartworm infection increasing every year, the Cherry Hill Animal Hospital team wants to teach you about these dangerous pests.   Lifecycle of a […]
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