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Imaging Modalities and Minimally Invasive Surgery Available at Avets


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Poison Prevention Awareness Month: Keeping Your Pet Safe


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As many families prepare to celebrate Easter this weekend, it’s important to remember that this spring holiday may pose potential dangers for our furry family members. Make sure that your family and guests are aware of these Easter hazards to ensure everyone has a safe and happy holiday! #HoppyEaster ...

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Meet Hefty! Hefty is an adorable puppy that was brought into Avets by a Good Samaritan. Hefty was found injured and abandoned on the side of the road inside a trash bag, with two of his toes almost completely severed. Hefty was seen by Dr. Goodrich, one of our board-certified surgeons, and he is now well on his way to a full recovery! Thanks to Monroeville Animal Shelter for finding Hefty his forever home! ...

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What would Easter be without an adorable bunny? 🐇

Rabbits are the third most popular pet in America, and also the third most abandoned. This holiday, before deciding to surprise your loved one with an adorable, jumping bundle of fur, understand the commitment in bringing home a new pet. Pets are for life, not just a holiday.

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National dog bite prevention week is April 7-13 and Fear Free Pets is spreading the word on how to keep our canine and human family members safe. Learn more about dog body language, behavior, and how to safely interact with dogs at: ...

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