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Captain Update by M. Goulin

We had a kitten come to us a couple of months ago with a really bad eye injury. She was lovingly named Captain by the staff. Upon initial examination removal of the eye seemed like the only possible treatment. We did need to reduce infection and swelling before going ahead with the surgery, as well […]

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Help Captain the Stray Cat at Clappison!

This little kitten was brought to Clappison Animal Hospital as a stray, we immediately noticed that she had a very sore eye. Upon further examination we realized that the eye is so badly damaged that it requires surgical removal. Unfortunately this is an expensive procedure, often costing close to $2000, but one that she desperately […]

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Feral Cats: Ivory's Story

Recently a good samaritan brought a stray cat to us that she wanted to have spayed and vaccinated before re-releasing her back into the wild. Catch and release programs are very successful in helping with population control of feral cat colonies and sometimes generous people are willing to contribute to these causes privately, as was […]

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Diets and Dog’s Hearts

Recently there has been a suggestion of a link with some dogs developing heart disease while eating some foods.  That’s a lot of variables at play. So let’s look at what we do know.

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