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Easter Dangers for Pets

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Easter is just a few days away! Are you preparing a big feast, or perhaps an Easter egg hunt? Or are you celebrating more quietly this year? While many festivities may be scaled down, due to the coronavirus, there will still be some celebrations. Whatever your plans are, it’s important to be aware of some … Read More »

Things That Are Toxic to Cats

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March is Poison Prevention Month! This is a very important topic for cat owners, as thousands—perhaps millions—of our feline pals ingest toxic substances each year. It’s easy to forget that kitties don’t know what is and isn’t safe for them! A Bucks County, PA vet lists some things that are toxic to Fluffy in this … Read More »

6 Ways To Help Homeless Cats

6 Ways To Help Homeless Cats

Winter is coming up quickly, and the temperatures are starting to drop. At this time of year, many of our feline patients are enjoying snuggling up in cozy beds or on their humans’ laps. Unfortunately, not all cats are that fortunate. If you’re an animal lover and you want to help, read on! A vet … Read More »

We are OPEN with Curbside Service

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Animal Hospital of Richboro is OPEN and continues to make sanitation and social distancing a priority.  We have our masks on and are enjoying seeing our patients and pet parents as we all begin to venture out of our houses! Disinfecting Protocol: Our disinfectants we use year-round are effective against Coronavirus. As a healthcare practice, … Read More »

Does Your Cat Have a Cold?

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Did you know that our feline friends can get their own version of colds or flus? In many cases, cats just feel a bit stuffy and tired for a few days, and then recover on their own. However, kitty colds can develop into upper respiratory infections, or URIs. These can be extremely dangerous! Senior cats … Read More »

Acetaminophen Poisoning and Your Pet

Acetaminophen is an extremely common pain reliever and can easily be obtained over the counter. It’s probably in your home right now! Acetaminophen can be toxic to our animal companions, so it’s important to be aware of the danger so that you can take quick action in a worst-case scenario. In this article from your … Read More »

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