COVID-19 And Your Pet

Below is some additional information about your pet and the COVID-19 virus. Infectious disease experts and multiple international and domestic human and animal health organizations agree there is no evidence at this point to indicate that pets become ill with COVID-19 or that they spread it to other animals, including people. If you are not […]

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THANKS FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING—CURBSIDE CARE UPDATES!

This post is to give further details to the email sent to our clients, and to follow up a previous email. We would also like to say “Thank You!” to you, our clients.  The reaction to our adoption of the new Curbside Care protocols has been overwhelmingly understanding and supportive.  We are very appreciative of […]

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Salmonella Linked to Pig Ear Dog Treats

Health officials are alerting dog owners to not buy, handle or feed their pet any pig ear treats. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention stated that at least 16 owners have become ill from salmonella after handling these treats. Furthermore, they stated that it is not from a single supplier, distributor or common brand […]

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Important Update On Heart Disease Risks Linked To Grain-Free Pet Foods

This is an update to our previous announcements regarding this topic. Veterinary cardiologists have seen a link between an increase in cases of Dilated Cardiomyopathy— a serious form of heart disease in pets— and certain grain-free diets, which have become all the rage and often a marketing ploy by boutique pet food companies. The FDA […]

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Updated Information on the Dangers to Feeding a Grain-Free Diet

We have been receiving numerous replies and requests for further information regarding our notification of the recently discovered link between feeding Grain-Free or “Boutique” or unusual ingredient diets and Dilated Cardiomyopathy heart disease in dogs. (So far no link has been found with grain-free diets in cats.) This is a fairly recent discovery by cardiologists, […]

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2018 Holiday Hours

At this special time of year, we are so grateful for the dedicated team whom we work with, and thankful to all of you, the pet owners of the Upper Valley, who trust us day in and day out to provide the medical care your pet family members need. The entire team at the Veremedy […]

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Dry Dog Food Recall

The FDA has issued recalls on several dry dog foods due to vitamin D toxicity. Through testing, it was found that some dog foods contained excessive and potentially life-threatening amounts of Vitamin D. The recalled dog food brands are mostly small niche brands. Brands like Purina and Hill’s Science Diet, companies with veterinary nutritionists on […]

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Closed: November 27th

Veremedy Pet Hospital will be closed today, November 27th, as both locations are out of power. We are so sorry for the inconvenience and plan to operate at normal business hours tomorrow, November 28th. We do not have the capacity to see clients or take phone calls. Unfortunately, we are unable to get pages to […]

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New Cat Food Recall: Rad Cat Raw Diet

Radagast Pet Food, Inc. of Portland, Oregan has a voluntary recall out on all varieties of Rad Cat Raw Diets with Best By dates of 10/19/18 through 12/3/19. These foods are potentially contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. This  can cause illness in humans exposed to the diet during preparation to feed pets, including “some or all of […]

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Potential Dangers to Feeding a Grain Free Diet

The pet food industry spends a lot of money marketing its products to pet owners.  Like any good marketing effort, the purpose is to increase sales of the product.  Pet food marketers know that owners are looking at the ingredient list to make their decisions about which food to feed. However, as the veterinary nutritionists […]

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