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Dogs need dental care, too!

It's Dental Month!

February 3, 2020

Is it February already? During the months of February and March, Mason Animal Hospital offers a special promotion to encourage prophylactic dental cleanings for your pet.  Any routine dental cleaning scheduled during the months of February or March will

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We're so happy!

Wow! We've Been Nominated Again!

November 11, 2019

We are so excited to announce that Mason Animal Hospital has been nominated for Best Veterinarian for the second year in a row! You can cast your vote among the finalists by clicking here. Thank you all so much for your continued trust and support. We are

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Blue-green Algae: A Summer Threat?

August 21, 2019

Blue-green algae: dangerous to pets and livestockDr. Megan C. RomanoVeterinary Toxicology ResidentUniversity of Kentucky Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory Blue-green algae, also called cyanobacteria, are microscopic organisms normally present in aquatic

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Expanded Recall

March 21, 2019

From Hill's Pet Nutrition: "Following the recall, we conducted a detailed review of our canned dog foods. As we had expected, that review confirmed that the issue is isolated to the same vitamin premix used in canned dog foods and limited to specific

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Oh, no!

March is Pet Poison Prevention Month

March 14, 2019

Do you know what potentially dangerous plants are in your home? Do you keep medications on your night stand? Does your pet have access to your pantry? March is Nation Pet Poison Prevention Month. Now is a good time to take stock of the risks our homes pose

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Heartworm Disease on the Rise in Cincinnati

February 21, 2019

The Companion Animal Parasite Council has released a list of ten cities with the greatest increase in heartworm disease. Cincinnati was number one, followed by Stockton, CA and Amarillo, TX.  As our weather patterns change and the disease becomes more

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