Pets

Ct Mobile Vet: Dealing With A Difficult Dog (big)

October 14, 2011
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Ct Mobile Vet: Dealing With A Difficult Dog (big)

He looked as if he had worked one too many vaccine clinics, but I was enthralled by his stories. We were at a Grand Opening celebration of the newest Stamford emergency hospital and he had stories about his adventures as a part time mobile veterinarian. The story that caught me most was of a...

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Ct Mobile Vet: OJ The Feral Cat

September 23, 2011
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Ct Mobile Vet: OJ The Feral Cat

The morning began simple enough. “Hi, my name is Joan, and I’d like to know if you can come out to the house and neuter my son’s cat.” “Sure. How old is he?” “I think he is 2 years old?” Her voice rises with uncertainty and I sense she has more to say. “Hmmm…...

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Ct Mobile Vet: The Humane Way Of Saying Goodbye To A Cherished Pet

September 17, 2011
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Ct Mobile Vet: The Humane Way Of Saying Goodbye To A Cherished Pet

For the last 6 months, we have been watching and waiting. Our canine family members are all aging and it has been a bittersweet process watching the changes that age brings. These days, we affectionately refer to our pack as the “gray and cloudy gang”. This is in reference to their hazy eyes and...

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Ct Mobile Vet: Doc Saria Back In Business After Irene Causes Havoc

September 3, 2011
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Ct Mobile Vet: Doc Saria Back In Business After Irene Causes Havoc

It started with my tiger cat, Noel, darting out the door Saturday night, the night before Hurricane Irene. I was still in Kansas City, watching the news as potential disaster spiraled toward my shoreline house in Milford, CT.  I had my dogs, Athena the German Shepard, and Malijah the Dalmatian (as the kids always...

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