Hot Chicks & Sick Kids: Caring for Baby Livestock

April 24, 2018

In addition to wildflowers, baby animals are popping up everywhere—then if you’ve had a baby boom at your house, it’s important to know how to care for these fragile new lives. Here are 10 mistakes to avoid making with your just-hatched or wet-behind-the-ears newborns: 1. Not putting some type of netting or chicken wire over […]

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Fire Season is Coming… Fast!

March 30, 2018

An unusually dry winter means an early fire season, and Crow Hill Veterinary would like to encourage you to start preparing now in case of an emergency or if evacuation becomes necessary. Here are a few tips to get you started. Microchip your pets. If your pets are already microchipped, check that their registration is updated […]

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Pets Gone Wild: Spring Break Travel Tips

March 15, 2018

Hitting the road with a furry friend this spring break? Make sure you plan ahead so both of you have a stress-free trip! As soon as you know when and where you’ll be traveling, schedule a visit with us to check that your pet’s vaccines are up to date and that you haven’t missed a […]

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Voted Best New Business in 2017

February 18, 2018

We are very excited to announce that Crow Hill Veterinary was named The Flume’s Best New Business in 2017 as voted on by readers and our loyal clients. We so appreciate your support—but more than that, we appreciate you, our clients, for entrusting us with the health of your animal companions. We hope to be partners with you […]

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Protecting Pet Paws During the Harsh Winter

February 16, 2018

Doggie paws endure a lot during the winter, as they traverse through rugged, rocky, and cold terrains. The toughness of their footpads varies wildly—while some pups can romp through whatever Mother Nature throws at them, others need proper maintenance. When your dog is outside for shorter periods of time taking care of business or getting […]

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