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VIN to the Rescue

The Veterinary Information Network, or VIN, as it is known to members, is an online veterinary community that both Dr. Burns and I have been members of for some time. It’s a tremendous resource, a place where veterinarians working in many different capacities (small practices like ours, universities, specialty hospitals, industry, research, etc.) can discuss…

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Pet Parents, Sunday's your day

This Sunday will mark the second annual National Pet Parents Day, a spring holiday that “recognizes and honors those who lovingly consider their pets part of their close-knit family,” according to sponsors. While you won’t find a row of greeting cards at your local Target for this day yet, you can use Pet Parents Day’s website to send…

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Earth Day Every Day

April 22nd marks the 39th anniversary of Earth Day, but Priority Pet Hospital makes a conscious effort to “go green” on a daily basis. While the principles of asepsis require us to use many items just once, we take a variety of steps to ensure that our impact on the environment is balanced with our…

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Fifi phone home? iPhone apps cater to pet owners

Pet Phone, a new application for the iPhone, lets you take your pets’ health information mobile. The $5 application records appointments, medications, allergies, and weight for multiple pets. It also has a “Find a Vet” option that will locate veterinary practices near your location on Google Maps–a great feature if you’re traveling, but we hope…

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CATalyst Council Honors Phoenix

The CATalyst Council, a coalition of the veterinary community, academia, nonprofits, industry and animal welfare organizations, named Phoenix one of the top 10 cat-friendly cities in America. Other honorees include: Tampa, San Francisco, Portland (Oregon), Denver, Boston, Seattle, San Diego, Atlanta and Minneapolis. The list was compiled after reviewing the top 25 standard metropolitan areas for such…

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