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  • Ticks: Assessing the Risk
    Though different species of ticks have varying life cycles, they all try to feed on our dogs or cats at some point in their life cycle. Here is what you need to know about them and how to keep your pets safe! Read more
  • Summertime Pet Cautions
    As we head out into the warm weather with our furry friends there are some things to be aware of when comes to their safety. Read more
  • That Darn Cat!
    Most cats take to litter box training quickly and permanently but what should you do when the training fails? Read more
  • Hill’s Pet Nutrition: Updated List of Pet Foods Recalled Due to Excess Vitamin D
    Hill’s Pet Nutrition has issued an update to its voluntary recall from earlier this year. Read more
  • Celebrating 40 Years of AAHA Accreditation!
    AAHA accredited hospitals are considered among the finest in the industry and are consistently at the forefront of advanced veterinary medicine. This year, Rhinebeck Animal Hospital celebrates its 40th Anniversary of AAHA accreditation. Read more
  • Orphaned Wildlife?
    The following are a few tips for assessing common wildlife encounters. Read more
  • Fish Care (Part 2 of 2)
    Whether you are keeping a single goldfish in a bowl or have a complicated aquaculture system, these five points are essential for keeping healthy fish. (Part TWO) Read more
  • Fish Care (Part 1 of 2)
    Whether you are keeping a single goldfish in a bowl or have a complicated aquaculture system, these five points are essential for keeping healthy fish. (Part ONE) Read more
  • Winter Weather & Holiday Pet Tips
    As we welcome the winter weather in the Northeast it is also time to take precautions against the cold temperatures and holiday hazards faced by our pets. Read more
  • FDA-Recalled Brands of Dog Food - 12/2018
    Several brands of dog food have been recalled by the FDA due to a potentially toxic amount of vitamin D in the product. Read more
  • Seasonal Allergies in Dogs
    While dogs can have many different causes of allergies that might flare up at any time of year, we do notice a seasonal pattern for some of our canine companions. Read more
  • Don’t Let Halloween Turn into a Fright Fest for Your Pet!
    Keep a few things in mind this Halloween to keep your pets safe. Read more

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