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Serving Parma Heights and

Cleveland Ohio for 40 years

"We Care For Your Pets"

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Veterinarian / Entrepeneur Wanted

We along with many others are looking for an enthusiastic veterinarian to join us and our community. Evaluate our mission, open communication policy and high value strategy. See if it fits your needs and desires. Come teach some old dogs new tricks and pursue your own interests and avocations. We have a wonderful staff and lots of toys.

Call or email jcross@wecareforpets.com


NEWS AROUND THE COUNTRY

Another Reason to Banish Parasites (05/11/2021)

Bartonella is a type bacteria that can be transmitted to cats, dogs and humans from exposure to infected fleas and ticks.



The Best Fruits and Veggies for Dogs (05/11/2021)

Want to give your pup yummy, low-calorie treats? We’ve got the skinny on which foods are OK to feed him.



Food Puzzles Are Worth the Effort (05/11/2021)

Not sure about food puzzles? Our veterinarian reveals why the payoff for your pet is well worth any extra work.



5 Ways to Care for Your Pet's Teeth (05/11/2021)

With these simple dental care tips, you can help keep your canine’s adorable smile shiny and healthy for life.



AVMA SMARTBRIEFS

Veterinary researchers develop drug for Marburg virus (05/10/2021)

An experimental antiviral blocks Marburg virus from leaving infected cells and infecting more cells, researchers reported in  -More



Chimp at Milwaukee zoo undergoes brain surgery (05/10/2021)

A 4-year-old bonobo at Milwaukee County Zoo is playing and cuddling with a buddy after surgery for brain lesions and abscesse -More



Zoo veterinarians unable to save 120-year-old tortoise (05/10/2021)

Veterinarians at El Paso Zoo in Texas were unable to save the life of a 120-year-old Galapagos tortoise that had cancer.  -More



Tenn. stable quarantined for EIA (05/10/2021)

A stable in southwest Tennessee is quarantined after two horses tested positive for equine infectious anemia, says State Vete -More