Saturday, June 13, 2009

Isn't He Handsome!!

This is "Spencer" a golden retriever. What a handsome boy!!


Here are 2 interesting X-rays of stones.....

These stones were flushed out by a Cystoscope. This a non-invasive procedure done here in our clinic. You can actually see the other stones following the urethra from the bladder.
Unfortunately, not all stones can be removed as easily. Some need to be surgically removed because of their size. This stone was found in a very nice little poodle.
It was about 2.5 cm in diameter. Oouch!

Friday, June 12, 2009


Unidentified Foreign's one found in man's best friend.

Can u guess what it is?

This dog is not allowed to do the dishes anymore!

Friday, June 5, 2009

Fun Events!!


79 Theophilus F. Smith Road
South Dennis, MA

Saturday June 6, 2009

10AM - 1PM

Rain or Shine!!

To benefit the Sampson Fund for Veterinary Care
You will find " All things Pets" including new and gently used:
  • Pet carriers, Crates
  • Leashes/Collars
  • Toys, chews, Food dishes
  • Books, clothing
  • Decorative items and Artwork

Take the opportunity to tour the CARE facility!!

The yard sale will be held outside of the CARE hospital. If it is raining, it will be in the basement area.

There will also be a collection of pet food for the pet food pantry, For the Love of a Pet.



Saturday August 29, 2009

10AM - 4PM

CARE and The Sampson Fund are hosting a Craft Fair!!

Breakaway Grill X-Grill here to cook Lunch!

All proceeds from the lunch will be donated to The Sampson Fund.

Please contact Sarah or Stacy at CARE @ 508-398-7575 for any questions or for more information.

Heartworm Season!

Heartworm season is once again upon us. Studies have shown that not only does your dog need preventatives against heartworm, but your cats need them as well. You may think just because your pet lives indoors it doesn't need a preventative. This is untrue, mosquito's come into your house and endanger your pets. Mosquito's are intermediate hosts of heartworm larvae. This means the heartworm needs the mosquito to move from one host to the next.

Heartworm disease if not treated can be deadly. The adult worms clog the heart and obstruct the lungs.
To help keep you pets safe this season keep them on year-round preventatives.
To find out more information about Heartworm preventatives, don't hesitate to ask our well informed staff, and veterinarians.