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Cognitive Dysfunction At-Home Treatment

Cognitive Dysfunction At-Home Treatment

As your senior pet enters their golden years, they may not age gracefully. Instead, they may begin getting stuck in corners, waiting at the wrong side of the door to go outside, or pacing and crying all night. Our team at Valley Veterinary Clinic wants to help keep...

Keeping Your Pet Safe During Anesthesia

Keeping Your Pet Safe During Anesthesia

How Monitoring Equipment Keeps Your Pet Safe During Anesthesia Many pet owners worry about putting their beloved companion under anesthesia, whether for an elective procedure, or life-saving surgery. However, our entire team at Valley Veterinary Clinic is dedicated to...

Camping Safety Tips for You and Your Pet

Camping Safety Tips for You and Your Pet

Have you ever gone on a camping adventure with your pet? With the right amount of preparation, camping can be a stress-free experience for you and your pet! Check out these tips that our team here at Valley Veterinary Clinic has put together to ensure that your pet is...

Are You Ready to Foster a Pet?

Are You Ready to Foster a Pet?

During the COVID-19 pandemic, Valley Veterinary Clinic knows you may be searching for a way to volunteer, or to help ease our community’s burdens in the midst of such a crisis. If you have free time while sheltering in place, consider showering a homeless pet with...

Parasites You Can Get From Your Pet

Parasites You Can Get From Your Pet

You may get more than you bargained for when you cuddle your new puppy or kitten. Many pets are born with intestinal worms transmitted from their mother, while in utero or through milk, or they pick up parasites in their environment. Since resisting adorable puppy or...

Are Your Cat’s Hairballs a Sign of a Health Problem?

Are Your Cat’s Hairballs a Sign of a Health Problem?

Cat owners know that their felines will cough up the occasional hairball, but what does it mean if they are doing so several times a week? Small piles of vomit mixed with fur are often mistaken for hairballs, so owners aren't concerned about a possible...

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Rainier, Oregon 97048
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