Kedron Valley Veterinary Blog

Summer Fun Without Pesky Fleas

Warm weather means fun in the sun, but it also means that we will soon see a growing population of fleas. Although pets can get fleas any time of the year, spring and summer are often the worst times of year for these blood - sucking parasites.

February is National Pet Dental Health Month!

Kedron Valley Veterinary Clinic (KVVC) is participating in this national campaign to promote optimal oral health in companion animals.  To celebrate, we are offering 10% off the price of all professional dental cleanings performed during the month of February.

Oh the Weather Outside is Frightful… For Pets, Too! Cold Weather Dangers for Pets

Temperatures are dropping, and with the colder weather, it's time to think about the dangers this presents for our pets, both indoors and outdoors. By taking a few common sense precautions, you can help reduce the cold weather dangers to your pets.

Cold Weather Pet Safety Tips

You’re probably already aware of the risks posed by warm weather and leaving pets in hot cars, but did you know that cold weather also poses serious threats to your pets' health?

Successful Holiday Pet Food Drive

Kedron Valley Veterinary Clinic’s second annual holiday pet food drive was a big success!!  We collected almost 250 pounds worth of cat and dog food.

Second Annual Holiday Pet Food Drive

Kedron Valley Veterinary Clinic is once again holding a holiday pet food drive for our local shelters and rescue organizations.

Holiday Dangers for Pets

With the holiday season rapidly approaching, many pet owners are unsure which plants, foods, and decorations are and are not for their pets.

Think Outside the Box: Unusual Holiday Gift Ideas for Pets and Their Owners

During tough times, families bond together and now more and more pets are included in the family festivities. This year millions of people will buy gifts for their pets and pet lovers in their lives. Of course toys for cats and dogs are always appreciated. Scratching posts, squeaky toys, balls, and fishing pole type toys are popular. Laser pointers are inexpensive and both dogs and cats love to chase the hard to catch point of light. Beyond the fun toys for your pets, veterinarians recommend some less common, but definitely helpful gifts.

Make Sure Adopted Pets are Healthy

The Vermont Agency of Agriculture, Vermont Department of Health and Vermont Veterinary Medical Association urge Vermonters to utilize best management practices when adopting a pet.

Halloween can be Spooky for Pets

Many people like to have fun during the Halloween festivities, but our pets can truly be frightened by all of the noises and costumes. Halloween is a holiday with many dangers for our dogs and cats.