Meet Lucy (her photos are on our Facebook Page. She was seen in September 2015 because she had sores on her face especially the nose and lips which didn't really
April, is Cancer Awareness Month and this month we will post weekly (or so) stories of Desert Vet patients who have been treated for various cancers.
Spring has sprung in Yuma, AZ. This Winter was very busy especially with us missing Dr. Perry after his retirement.
~~This has been a busy and interesting Fall for all of us. If you have read the papers recently you will remember that Parvo continues to plague this area. Sadly,
Boy, we have been hammered by the oppressive and unrelenting heat lately. I just wanted to remind folks that while we humans can sweat and cool off a variety
Hello everyone out there. Just a little aside before I begin, I have to apologize.... only just now figured out how to find replies to the blog. Geez. So from
Nothing beats a boisterous Fourth of July celebration, complete with food, friends, and fireworks. But how do our pet's feel about it?
What is Parvo and the virus disease?
As we begin our 26th year in operation, I have found myself reflecting on the mission of the clinic and all the people; doctors, nurses, volunteers and clients.
Sorry folks, it has been while since the last blog. The busy-ness of the winter added to being sick with that nasty bug have taken my free time. I wanted
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