• Why the Controversy About Pet Vaccinations?

    As with anything, pet vaccinations can be too much of a good thing. Similar to parents who are learning more about vaccinations for children, veterinarians and pet owners alike are beginning to question some of the standard wisdom when it comes to protecting pets. There are certain fatal diseases against

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  • Deciding to Spay or Neuter Your Pet

    Spaying and neutering your pet is a common practice in the United States. With so many animals in the United States (and around the world) n­eeding homes, spaying or neutering your pet is the responsible way to help end pet homelessness. Spaying and neutering (also referred to as "sterilizing" or

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  • Anesthesia Free Dentistry

    Does your dog have stinky breath? Do your cat's teeth look brown? In fact, periodontal disease is the most common disease that pets develop. It is estimated that 80 to 85% of dogs and cats have some degree of infection. It is not just a cosmetic problem, chronic infection shortens their life because

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  • Caring for Your Pet Before and After Surgery

    Is a surgery in your pet's future? If it is, you probably have a few questions about pre- and post-surgery care. Paying close attention to care recommendations will help you ensure that the surgery is just a minor disruption to your pet's normal routine. Before Surgery Stop Food Your pet will need

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  • What is an Emergency?

    We all become worried when our beloved pets become ill, but when should we take them to an emergency hospital? Most larger communities have an ER for pets, but when do we need to utilize one? What symptoms are serious and need immediate attention, and what can wait until the next day for your regular

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  • What Is a Spay?

    Everyone knows they should have their females dogs and cats spayed, but what exactly does that mean? The word "spay" is thought to originate from the Old French espeer meaning to cut with a sword, which then may have been changed to the Middle English spayen. Today the word means to perform a surgery

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  • Veterinary Laser Therapy Eases A Pet’s Pain

    Laser therapy is a cutting-edge technique in veterinary medicine for managing many conditions, including chronic pain in pets. Class IV (cold) laser therapy is especially effective for treating pets that struggle with osteoarthritis pain whether or not they have orthopedic surgery. Cold laser therapy

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  • Vaccine Reactions in Pets

    Vaccines are intended to stimulate the immune system. In effect, they induce the response the immune system should have in the face of a real infection. They are like a fire drill for the immune system. As a result, our pets' bodies can have appropriate vaccine response symptoms as well as unexpected

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  • The Canine Genome and DNA Testing

    Have you ever looked at your adopted dog with its short legs, shaggy hair and brown spot encircling one eye, and wondered what dog breeds are in there? Now that science has decoded the DNA of dogs, science can tell us many things. Harvard and MIT programs unraveled the canine DNA sequence in 2006, which

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  • Saving On Pet Costs Doesn't Mean Reducing Care

    Having a pet can cost owners hard earned money. There are food costs, recreation or pet-sitting costs, grooming fees and veterinary visits. When you want to save on the dollars you spend keeping your family's pets healthy and well remember that reducing their care is not the first choice to make.

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  • Questions to Ask When Considering Which Pet Health Insurance to Buy

    We all love our pets and many consider their pets to be their furry children. When they get sick we want to be able to take care of them properly. With technological advances in veterinary medicine, much more is available now in both diagnostics and treatment. Procedures such as MRI's, CAT scans, chemotherapy,

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  • Preparing for Your Next Vet Visit

    If you have ever returned home from a vet visit and realized that you forgot to ask an important question, you are not alone. It's easy to become distracted during the appointment, particularly if your pet is frightened or anxious. Preparation is the key to ensuring that all of your questions and concerns

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  • Planning for Your Dog's Health Care

    Before adopting a dog, take a moment to consider the amount of care your pet will require and your ability to provide that care. Too often a cute face and wagging tail inspires individuals to bring home dogs without really considering the amount of time and financial resources required to raise healthy

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  • Pet Insurance Explained

    As the amount of money spent on pet healthcare increases steadily at an estimated rate of 40% a year, and as pets become more like family, owners are looking to spend more on their pet's health. Pet owners also want to have their pets covered by insurance. Some basic plans start at $10 a month, while

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  • Pet Care During Tough Times

    Studies have repeatedly shown that a large majority of pet owners consider their pets as a family member. We spoil them with birthday parties, presents, and all manner of toys and treats to keep them happy. But, when money is tight, extra expenses need to go. Sadly, some pet owners choose to avoid veterinary

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  • Lumps and Bumps: Routine Visits Pay Off

    When was the last time your pet visited the veterinarian? If you answered "not in a while," it is time to book your next appointment. Have you recently discovered a lump or bump on your pet? Don't let that new discovery go unexamined. While it may be completely benign, it is essential for your pet's

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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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