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Team Tuesday: Get to Know Tara Bamburg

Team Tuesday: Get to Know Tara Bamburg

There have been some big changes at VVC over the past year or so. I know some long-time clients have been having trouble keeping track of all the new staff and let me tell you, so have we! In an effort to get to know our staff, new and… not as new, I’ll be...

Valentine’s Day!

Valentine’s Day!

Valentine’s Day! I know, some of you are thinking how this is a “holiday” invented by the corporations to sell cards and candy and all the things that President’s Day is not very good at marketing. I would rather get a heart-shaped box of candy over a...

Holding On While Moving On

Holding On While Moving On

I’m not going to lie. It has been a rough couple of months for the staff at Valley Vet Clinic. Several staffers had to say goodbye to their beloved pets- including myself. It doesn’t seem to matter if you see in on the horizon or it crashes into you like...

Dealing With New Year’s Eve Noise

Dealing With New Year’s Eve Noise

We're so excited to ring in the New Year in a few short days! New Year’s Eve is one of the party nights we most look forward to in the year, but it can also be a night of high anxiety for our pets. With the fireworks, loud music, shouts and laughter, and...

Holiday Hazards

Holiday Hazards

It’s a holly, jolly holiday season, but this time of year can be dangerous for our pets. At Valley Veterinary Clinic, we want to make sure you and your furry friends have a safe holiday season. Here are a few holiday hazards to avoid so your furry...

Reducing Stress for Indoor Cats

Reducing Stress for Indoor Cats

Indoor cats enjoy many health benefits, including reduced risk of contracting an infectious disease or parasites or suffering from a traumatic injury. But, they also can experience increased levels of stress and anxiety as a result of being denied some of...