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6 Thanksgiving Treats You Can Share with Your Pets!!! #4

Posted by cgoodwin , 24 November 2014 · 1 views

As Thanksgiving approaches, accidental poisonings often occur in dogs (and less commonly cats) – that’s because they often get into the delectable human foods while table or counter-surfing! To be safe, make sure to keep your dog crated or your cat locked out of the kitchen while you’re preparing your Thanksgiving feast. More importantly, satiate your do...


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8 Thanksgiving Treats You Can Share with Your Pets! #3

Posted by cgoodwin , 21 November 2014 · 15 views

As Thanksgiving approaches, accidental poisonings often occur in dogs (and less commonly cats) – that’s because they often get into the delectable human foods while table or counter-surfing! To be safe, make sure to keep your dog crated or your cat locked out of the kitchen while you’re preparing your Thanksgiving feast. More importantly, satiate your do...


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6 Thanksgiving Treats You Can Share with Your Pets!!! #2

Posted by cgoodwin , 20 November 2014 · 33 views

As Thanksgiving approaches, accidental poisonings often occur in dogs (and less commonly cats) – that’s because they often get into the delectable human foods while table or counter-surfing! To be safe, make sure to keep your dog crated or your cat locked out of the kitchen while you’re preparing your Thanksgiving feast. More importantly, satiate your do...


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6 Thanksgiving Treats You Can Share with Your Pets!!! #1

Posted by cgoodwin , 19 November 2014 · 47 views

As Thanksgiving approaches, accidental poisonings often occur in dogs (and less commonly cats) – that’s because they often get into the delectable human foods while table or counter-surfing! To be safe, make sure to keep your dog crated or your cat locked out of the kitchen while you’re preparing your Thanksgiving feast. More importantly, satiate your do...


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Thanksgiving Holiday Dangers to Avoid

Posted by CSAH Admin1 , 18 November 2014 · 141 views

Ah, Thanksgiving… a joyous holiday when friends and family join us for a day of football, lounging, and all-day tryptophan turkey tasting. The smell of cinnamon, nutmeg, pumpkin pie, and turkey all baking in the oven slowly filter through the house, driving you – and your dog - slowly mad.

Being that my specialty is emergency and critical care (and being...


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Ebola Virus Update from the Florida Veterinary Medical Association

Posted by cgoodwin , 13 November 2014 · 33 views

http://fvma.informz....irusUpdate3.jpg November 12, 2014 -----
The state of Florida has been very proactive in efforts related to the emergence of Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) in the United States. Currently, there are NO EBOLA CASES IN FLORIDA. In late October, Governor Scott initiated a program of enhanced monitoring f...


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Meet Dr. Randi Fishkin, DVM, DACVIM, DACVECC

Posted by cgoodwin , 11 November 2014 · 71 views

Meet Dr. Randi Fishkin, DVM, DACVIM, DACVECC Board Certified: The American College of Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care: 2009 &
The American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine: 2008

Dual Residency in Internal Medicine & Emergency/Critical Care: The Animal Medical Center, New York, New York - 2006

Rotating Internship in Small Animal Medicine & Surgery: The Animal Medical...


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Did You Know We Are Open 24/7/365?

Posted by cgoodwin , 05 November 2014 · 36 views

Coral Springs Animal Hospital is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year for emergencies!


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5 Halloween Pet Dangers!

Posted by cgoodwin , 29 October 2014 · 91 views

Ah, Halloween, one of the busiest chocolate holidays of the year!

As Halloween night approaches, keep in mind that some human treats can be potentially deadly for your dog or cat. Help keep your dog and cat safe by being aware of some of the common poisons found in your child’s trick-or-treat bag this year.

1. Chocolate
If your dog likes to sneak in...


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Questions and Answers about Ebola and Pets

Posted by cgoodwin , 14 October 2014 · 104 views

The ongoing epidemic of Ebola in West Africa( http://www.cdc.gov/v...rica/index.html ) has raised several questions about how the disease affects the animal population, and in particular, the risk to household pets. While the information available suggests that the virus may be found in several kinds of animals, CDC, the US Dep...






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