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How do I know if my Reptile is Sick?

 

By: David Balderrama, DVM
 
                
 
Imagine for a moment that you and your pet reptile switched places for a day.  You are now a lizard (or turtle or snake) living in the world's smallest artificial rain forest (or desert perhaps). 
 

What is Salmonella?

By: James C. Little, DVM

 

Salmonella is rod-shaped, usually motile bacteria that is pathogenic to man and other warm-blooded animals and causes food poisoning, gastrointestinal inflammation, and diseases of the genital tract. This bacteria is extremely common in reptiles and can cause severe, life-threatening illness in both humans and reptiles.

Cat and Kitten Care Resources

By: Dr. Carrie LaJeunesse

two catsFirst and foremost, always call us with any questions or concerns. We want to be your best source for accurate and helpful information. This can include anything from what foods to feed, spaying/neutering (which we very strongly recommend!) to cat boarding facilities. If we don’t know the answer, we’ll try to find it for you!

Plants poisonous to Cats

kitten in bambooBelow is a list of plants that are considered toxic to cats.   Unfortunately it is impossible to name all of the plants so if you have questions please seek veterinary care as soon as possible. 

 

 

Basic Health Care For Your New Puppy

 By: Kathryn Krueger, DVM

You just obtained a new puppy from the Kitsap Humane Society, a pet store or breeder.  What vaccinations are necessary to maintain the health of the new addition to your family? Does your puppy have worms and can you get worms from him/her?  

 

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