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Suzanne Cannon | 4 weeks ago
Ollie’s Feline Neuter
Treatment Cost (USD): $100.00
Ollie is a barn kitten who was rescued by his current owner. He now lives indoors and gets regular veterinary care. When Ollie was about 6 months old his owner brought him to Jarrettsville Veterinary Center to be neutered.
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Suzanne Cannon | 4 weeks ago
Feline Neuter Surgery For Oliver
Treatment Cost (USD): $100.00
Oliver is a 6 month old kitten who underwent neuter surgery.
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Suzanne Cannon | 4 weeks ago
Ellie’s Story: Feline Spay Surgery (OHE)
Treatment Cost (USD): $206.00
Ellie is a longhaired calico cat who was brought in for a spay surgery (OHE, or ovariohysterectomy) when she was 7 months old.
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Suzanne Cannon | 4 weeks ago
Feline Spay (OHE) For Harley
Treatment Cost (USD): $188.00
Harley was a stray who was found at the beach when she was about a year old. Harley's mom brought her to Jarrettsville Veterinary Center for her spay surgery (OHE, or ovariohysterectomy.)
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Suzanne Cannon | 4 weeks ago
Allie’s Story: Feline Spay (OHE) In 1 Year Old Domestic Shorthair Cat
Treatment Cost (USD): $188.00
Allie was a stray kitten who was found on a neighbor's porch. Her owner took her in to care for her, and brought her in to be spayed when she was a little over a year old.
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Suzanne Cannon | 4 weeks ago
Bailey’s Story: Feline Spay Surgery (OHE) In 7 Month Old Domestic Shorthair Cat
Treatment Cost (USD): $173.00
Bailey is a 7 month old kitten who presented to the clinic for a spay surgery (OHE, or ovariohysterectomy.)
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Suzanne Cannon | 4 weeks ago
Feline Spay (OHE) For Mary, An 8 Month Old Domestic Shorthair Cat
Treatment Cost (USD): $228.00
Mary is an 8 month old domestic shorthair cat that presented to the clinic for a spay (OHE, or ovariohysterectomy) surgery.
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Suzanne Cannon | 4 weeks ago
Feline Spay (OHE) In 10-Month Old Kitten: Prudence
Treatment Cost (USD): $206.00
Prudence, a 10-month old domestic shorthair tabby cat, presented to the clinic for a spay (ovariohysterectomy or OHE) surgery.
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Krista Magnifico | 4 weeks ago
Meet Malibu, A 14 Yr Old Indoor Cat With A Pyometra
Treatment Cost (USD): $455.00
Eating some. Lethargic. White discharge from vulva? Licking a lot. No vomiting or diarrhea. Indoor only. Patient is NOT spayed. Last heat cycle about 8 weeks ago.
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Krista Magnifico | 1 month ago
Greyhound With Chronic Hookworms
Treatment Cost (USD): $216.00
Dorie came in to see me as a walk-in emergency on Sunday. She is a 3 year old happy, healthy Greyhound. She was rescued from off the track about 1.5 years ago. When she first came to see me (for her new patient examination) we did an exam, gave her a microchip, reviewed her vaccine history and sent out a fecal sample to the lab. We send out a fecal (I feel it is imperative to send these to a lab and not do an at home test or do in the vet office as the lab gets better yields AND can help with issues like hers). She came back positive (3 plus A LOT!) for hookworms. Dorie was treated after her first visit with us and has been fine since. SHe has been on monthly flea & tick (credelio) and heartworm prevention (Interceptor Plus). Until last Sunday when she arrived back at my veterinary office with diarrhea. Every pet with diarrhea should have a fecal exam done.. every one. Missing the easy to diagnose is unacceptable in my opinion. I know lots of people dont want to spend (although I more often hear them use the word "waste" money or diagnostics, but I always say missing the most obvious and often very likely is just bad medicine. Start at the basics; diet, inappropriate food/treats/etc indescretion, and parasites for diarrhea if the pet is otherwise healthy (puppies I worry about stress, food, parasites and PARVO!).
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