Kedron Valley Veterinary Blog

July 15 is Pet Fire Safety Day

July 15 is Pet Fire Safety Day. Make sure your entire family has a plan in case of emergency

Rabbit Health and Veterinary Care

Though rabbits don't require yearly immunizations in the United States, your rabbit should see a veterinarian at least once a year for a wellness exam - as well as any time illness or injury is suspected. 

Microchip Identification for Your Pet

Keep your beloved pets safe and identifiable. When tags get lost, microchips can save the day! Read more and learn about the benefits of permanent pet identfication. KVVC will be holding a microchip clinic, where you can have your pet implanted and registered right here. Date to be announced.

Pet Appreciation - The Beneficial Bond

We all love our pets. From the human animal bond to the services of therapy dogs; read up on the many ways that animals make our lives better.

Adopt a Cat in June

Cats have so much love to give. Why don't you give some back by giving a cat in need a loving home?

Summer Safety and Travel Tips for You and Your Pets

Warm weather is time for adventures and fun in the sun. Make sure and make the best of the season for your whole family.

Spring Wildlife and Your Pets: What You Need to Know

We live in a wild and wonderful world. Be cautious about the risks of your pets coming in contact with their neighbors in nature.

Lyme Disease and Ticks

This year, 2014, the American Veterinary Medical Association has declared April as “Prevention of Lyme Disease in Dogs Month”, and for many good reasons

Dog Bite Prevention Week is May 19-25th

Every year, about five million people are bitten by dogs (half of these are children) and almost a million of those require medical attention. Medical bills and the emotional damage, especially to children, is incalculable.

Getting to the Point on Porcupine Quills

Now that spring has finally sprung, many of our pets will be having more wildlife encounters. One wild animal that can have implications for both our large and small pets are porcupines.