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Pain Management in Cats

07 AugPain Management in Cats

Cats are experts at hiding pain, and early symptoms of pain due to chronic conditions may go unnoticed for a long period of time as your cat ages. Published studies indicate that 40-92% of all cats may have clinical signs associated with arthritis and that...

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27 MarMarijuana Toxicity in Dogs

Over the last month, we have seen quite a few cases of marijuana toxicity. Patients are uncoordinated, wobbly, and have dilated pupils.  They often dribble urine and seem ‘dazed’. Their body temperatures are slightly below normal. These clinical signs can be similar to antifreeze toxicity,...

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26 JanMurrayhill is an Angie’s List Superstar!

For the fifth consecutive year we’ve earned the coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award. This award honors businesses who have maintained exceptional service ratings and reviews on Angie’s List.Angie’s List Super Service Award winners meet strict eligibility requirements, which include sustaining an “A” rating in multiple...

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24 JanCanine Influenza Virus Information

There is a confirmed canine influenza outbreak in California currently. The Oregon Veterinary Medical Association is now recommending all at risk dogs in Oregon be vaccinated. At risk are dogs that do a lot of travel, boarding, grooming, day care, dog parks, etc. At risk...

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15 JanWelcome Back Dr. Herman!

We are ecstatic to announce that Dr. Elizabeth Herman will rejoin our team on January 3, 2018. During her two year departure from veterinary clinical practice, Dr. Herman worked as a Regional Consulting Veterinarian for Elanco Animal Health. Dr. Herman welcomed the opportunity to work directly with veterinarians but deeply missed...

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15 JanHave a Very Happy Paw-liday!

There’s lots of fun to be had during the holidays, but also quite a few hazards for your pet. Here are a few safety tips to keep your pet jolly this season.Keep chocolate and sweets out of reach. The darker the chocolate, the more...

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18 NovThanksgiving Pet Safety Tips

Don’t give in to persuasive purrs and puppy-dog eyes this Thanksgiving!  Many of the holiday treats we love can cause health problems for our pets if they eat them. Here are some tips to keep your pets safe this holiday:Don’t leave wine glasses at...

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08 NovChronic Kidney Disease Trial

Our practice is recruiting cats with chronic kidney disease (CKD) to participate in an important clinical trial to evaluate an investigational medication to manage the disease in cats.The findings from this study may lead to better treatment, health, and quality of life for cats...

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08 OctHannah’s Sabah Adventure

Hannah Feral, a Veterinary Assistant at Murrayhill Veterinary Hospital, recently returned from a trip to Sabah, Malaysia where she spent weeks helping animals in need.Hannah spent 6 weeks working with the Sabah Wildlife Rescue Unit (WRU) in Sabah, Malaysia. The WRU, established in 2010, rescues,...

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