• Bred Specific Rescue Groups

    Many dog owners admire the unique looks and personalities of purebreds, but also worry about the fate of millions of pets euthanized each year. What many people don't realize is that there are specific breed rescue organizations for almost every breed of dog, placing dogs in need to new homes. Dogs aren't

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  • Winter Dangers for Pets

    Winter is a time of cold weather festivals, holiday parties, and changing weather. For pets and pet owners, this season can bring its own unique set of challenges and hazards. Keeping your pet safe during this time of year will require some preparation and homework. Family gatherings and get togethers

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  • Traveling with Pets

    According to a survey of pet owners by the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA), more than 53% of dog and cats will travel with their owners. With the upcoming busy travel season, what are the best ways of traveling with your best friend? It has been said that "an ounce of prevention is

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  • Strange Things in Pets' Stomachs

    Ask your family veterinarian to talk about what he or she has found inside the stomachs of dogs and you will be in for an afternoon of stories. For a variety of reasons, our canine pets seem to enjoy gobbling up the oddest things! Recently, a leading manufacturer of veterinary x-ray products held a contest

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  • Puppies and Kittens as Holiday Gifts?

    Christmas time advertisements often picture a happy family with a bright eyed, ribbon adorned puppy licking the children's faces. But, is giving a pet as a gift likely to create a winter wonderland or a potential blue Christmas? It may be an honored and even adorable holiday tradition, but animal experts

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  • Pet Proofing Your Home

    Your home is a haven and a place of safety for you and for your pet. But, inside every house are poisons, dangers, and hazards that can injure your dog or cat. Here are some helpful tips to help keep your pet safe and out of the emergency room! According to consultants at PetProTech pet safety

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  • Pet Internet Sources

    We live in an age of almost instantaneous information. 24-hour news stations, talk radio, and the Internet have revolutionized the way we think and educate ourselves. It is easier than ever to research a topic and make decisions about almost any subject, even the medical care of our families and our

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  • People Food for Pets

    On a low carb diet? Planning on sharing some of those low calorie dessert treats with your canine friends? STOP! That sugar-free snack you think is good for you and your dog could actually send you to the veterinarian The sugar substitute, Xylitol, has been a great development in the fight against

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  • Online Pet Pharmacies - Saving Money or Risk to Your Pets?

    Their ads promise to save you lots of money and even "a stressful trip to the veterinarian". You are encouraged by slick video and professional announcers to purchase flea medications, pain relief drugs and even heartworm prevention all from the comfort of your living room and laptop computer. But, are

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  • LabraDoodle

    They are all the rage across the United States and beyond. Cross-breed dogs such as cock-a-poos have been around for many years, while newer crosses, such as labradoodles and puggles have just begun to become popular. So, are these dogs a new "hot" breed or just a designer mutt? The current rage

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  • How Pet Food Is Made

    Many pet owners are just as concerned about what goes into their pet's food as they are about their own food. With so many brands out there, how can a concerned pet lover know that they are feeding the best? How can we know what is going into our friends' diets? With the health of their pets on

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  • Helping Your Pet Keep His Cool This Summer

    Hot dogs may be a popular summertime treat for baseball fans and backyard cookouts, but allowing our canine friends to overheat is a potential fatal disaster! Keeping our pets cool as the temperatures heat up doesn't have to be a challenge if you keep a few easy facts in mind. Dogs don't sweat

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  • Avoiding Dog Bites

    Each year almost 5 million dog bites are reported across North America and it is a rare evening on the nightly news when a dog attack is not reported. Yet, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, veterinarians and their staff make up a very small percentage of those bites in spite of their obvious

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  • "May 11, 2016

    I would highly recommend Vet to Pet and Dr. Jamie Tudor. In our family, our feline friends are our kids and Dr. Tudor always goes out of her way to give our family the best available care and treatment. Last year we had to say goodbye to our 17 year old cat and Dr. Tudor let him die with dignity as Blackie passed away surrounded by his family in the comfort of his own home."
  • "We still have 3 remaining cats and Dr. Tudor saved our fifteen year old girl as she was in stage 3 kidney failure. That was 2 years ago and our Princess is still going strong as ever because Dr.Tudor began treatment immediately. As a result Princess is her happy old self and is thriving at almost 17."
  • "In January of this year, our 6 year old boy Wally became deathly lethargic and began to drink a lot more water than usual. He had also lost a significant amount of weight in less than 2 months. Again, because of Dr. Tudor’s quick response, we found out that our Wally has Stage 2 Diabetes, insulin required. Since treatment in January, Wally is a thriving young 6 year old again and the overall treatment itself (Blood tests, urine tests, etc.) was a roller coaster emotionally and financially, but Dr. Tudor was there for us and Wally the whole time. The initial costs were definitely worth it as Wally is back to his crazy, wild self, and we hope that someday Wally will be in Remission."
  • "Our cats are healthy and alive because of our family Vet. Words alone can never express our heartfelt appreciation that we have for Dr. Jamie Tudor. She even texts us…how many Dr’s actually text their clients?! I wish everyone could be as lucky as us to have such an amazing Vet. From all of us, we say Thank You Dr. Tudor and we are happy that you are a part of our family."
    DeLee Mahoney, Blackie, Princess, Wally & Lola

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