This week we celebrate the dedication and hard work of our veterinary technicians. They are invaluable not only to our doctors but to the rest of our staff, our clients and most importantly, to our patients. We are grateful for the work that they do in our hospital and proud of the work that they do throughout our community.
Carter was one of my favorite patients. He is, of course, extremely cute. I know its hard to believe, but his personality is even cuter! He was visiting us for the day for his surgery. We would take him out of his cage to work with him or just to cuddle. He would give hugs and kisses and make us smile. Continue reading Carter Just Wasn’t Ready to go Home
From our wonderful veterinary technician team, here are some tips to keep your pet healthy and safe this winter. As the winter weather worsens you will most likely need to use ice-melt. Your pets walk on it and it will irritate their paws and while they are cleaning it off themselves, they may even ingest it. It can be toxic to them, so in order to prevent this, please purchase pet safe ice-melt. Most stores offer one variety or another. We believe that pet-safe versions work just as well as the others. Continue reading Salt, Antifreeze and Other Winter Warnings for Your Pet
Call us crazy, but we’ll do anything to support animal welfare. Yes, that includes jumping into the freezing Susquehanna River on New Years Day. The plunge benefits the local Humane Society. Last year more than 200 people jumped in the river and raised $20,000. Our own Dr. Bob was there, and he’ll be back this year as well, this time with two members of the Hospital’s team: Malcolm Babbitt, our veterinary technician supervisor, and Stacey Colm, one of our veterinary technician assistants. Continue reading Is that my vet freezing in the Susquehanna?
Our very own Kelly Mallonee was featured in the Hummelstown Sun last week. Kelly, one of our vet techs, is seen with her horse, Myladda Star. Kelly has been with the hospital for 25 years! Continue reading Our Own Vet Tech, Kelly, in The Sun This Weekend