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Dentistry Services at Cherry Hill Animal Hospital

Jun 18

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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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FREE Lecture: Healthy Smile, Healthy Pet — Saturday, March 30

Mar 08

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Join us for a free lecture that discusses dental health in dogs and cats! Title Healthy Smile, Healthy Pet: The ‘Tooth’ About Dental Health Speaker Dr. Jessica Ennis Date Saturday, March 30 Time 5:00-6:00 pm Location Cherry Hill Animal Hospital 1425 E. Marlton Pike Cherry Hill, NJ RSVP (856) 325-2100 Register to win a pet-friendly raffle […]
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Valentine’s Day Pet Safety: It’s More Than Just Chocolate

Feb 14

Categories: Pet Care

Valentine’s Day Pet Safety: It’s More Than Just Chocolate
Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching, and while you are probably thinking about your plans for the holiday, it is also important to consider how the holiday could be dangerous for your pet and how you can prevent any problems from arising. Cherry Hill Animal Hospital in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, wants to alert pet owners […]
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Cold Weather Hazards

Jan 30

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Please read these safety tips about protecting your pet from cold weather hazards. Our pets depend on us to keep them safe in all types of weather.
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Celebrate Dental Health Month 2019

Jan 25

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February is Dental Health Month. Celebrate by giving your pet a squeaky clean mouth! We offer general dentistry services such as routine cleanings, radiology, and extractions of diseased or fractured teeth. It is important that dental cleanings are performed under anesthesia to allow proper evaluation, probing of every tooth, x-rays to evaluate the roots of […]
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Santa Paws is Coming to Town: December 8, 2018

Dec 07

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We know your pet has been good all year! Join us for photos with Santa!
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Have a Fear Free Fourth of July!

Jul 04

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While celebrating the July 4th holiday, remember that not all pets think fireworks are fun. Keep them away from the loud noises, when possible, and keep them comforted and distracted with treats and toys made just for them. Also, make sure your pet is wearing identification, even inside the house. When afraid, pets are likely […]
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Overweight or Obese Cats and the Risks to their Health

Jul 15

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Overweight or Obese Cats and the Risks to their Health
Videos and memes of fat cats might occasionally “break the internet,” but the truth is that there’s nothing very cute or funny about obesity in your beloved household pets. While an older cat’s pudgy belly may not seem like a big deal, those extra pounds can lead to some very serious health complications, both in […]
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Compassionate Veterinary Care for Your Cats

Jun 15

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Compassionate Veterinary Care for Your Cats
Cats are treasured members of our families for so many reasons, whether they’re at that adorable clumsy kitten stage, striding around in their prime, or in need of a bit more sleep and snuggles as they age. We want to make sure our feline companions lead the happiest, healthiest, longest lives they can, which is […]
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