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The Giving Tree 2018

December 6, 2018

The Giving Tree is up! Each holiday season, we accept donations on behalf of a local animal rescue organization.  This year, we are collecting for PAWS Adoption Center in Middletown.  You can find their wish list here.   The Giving Tree In the spirit

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We've Been Nominated!

November 27, 2018

EDIT: The banner that allowed you to vote on the magazine's home page has been removed prior to the voting deadline and we are unable to find it.  It is an honor to say that Mason Animal Hospital has been nominated for "Best Veterinarian" by Mason and

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We are Grateful for You!

November 14, 2018

As the holiday season approaches, we wanted to take a moment and say, "Thank you."  We are so very grateful for the opportunity to work with animals and their people. We could not do this work without you! Thank you to each and every one of you!

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November is Pet Diabetes Month

November 7, 2018

Did you know that animals can get diabetes? Diabetes can cause animals to have increased thirst or urination and changes in appetite or activity. Take the quiz to find out if it's time to visit your veterinarian:   Pet Diabetes

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We all can help prevent the spread of Rabies

September 28th is World Rabies Day

September 27, 2018

World Rabies Day is an opportunity for us to spread the word about this 100% preventable virus that kills more than 59,000 people internationally each year. 

Please visit https://www.cdc.gov/features/rabies/index.html for more information.

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"Fear Free, taking the pet out of petrified"

Let's work together to take the fear out of going to the vet!

September 20, 2018  |  cats, dogs, Fear Free, online pharmacy, pet care, pet health, pets

Some of you may have noticed some changes here at Mason Animal Hospital in the last several months. There are more treats and snuggly blankets. There's less noise and fewer walks to the treatment area.  Many animals feel very frightened at the vet. Who can

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