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March 28,2017: Food Safety News:
The FDA has issued an alert for consumers purchasing Blue Buffalo and Wellpet canine food. Three cases of hyperthyroidism with elevated thyroid hormones have been diagnosed by the Center for Veterinary Medicine. Pet owners feeding these brands of food to their dogs should be alert for symptoms of hyperthyroidism such as weight loss, panting and elevated heart rate. This condition can be fatal but symptoms resolve quickly once the offending food is eliminated.
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Provides great care for your pet. I don't think there isn't anything they can't do for your pet. They are also the only vet in the entire area that can provide Veterinary Orthopedic Manipulation (VOM). It's a form of chiropractic work for animals. I thought they were nuts for suggesting it, but it's the only thing that has helped my dog with her back issues. She does not take any pain meds and is like a puppy as long as she has VOM every month. It's truly a life/pain saver. My dog is living proof that this practice works. This practice is so rare that even a veterinary hospital in another state who specializes in rehabilitation does not perform this procedure (which is mind boggling). My other dog could not stomach pain meds and antibiotics after a surgery. We tried homeopathics and that's what helped her with her pain. They definitely know what they're doing when it comes to medical care for animals. We've been going there for 12 years and counting......
Dear the amazing team at Village Vet, thank you for the beautiful poem and heartfelt card you sent me after Lucy's passing. Its nice to know how much you care about your patients and their owners. I will miss my little monkey but WHEN we decide to bring another little furbaby into the family you'll be the first people I'll call.