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Welcome to Valley Animal Hospital

Since opening in 1946, the Valley Animal Hospital has held a great emphasis on quality care for our patients. We constantly upgrade the services available to our patients by upgrading our facilities, bringing in new, state-of-the-art equipment, and ensuring our doctors and staff are up-to-date on the latest procedures in the industry. Our dedication to quality care is evident through our certification as an American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) Member Hospital since 1953.

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09 February
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What You Can Do to Help Your Pet Stay Lean and Healthy

We try to maintain a healthy weight and lifestyle through exercise and eating better. Our pampered kitties and pups no longer have to hunt for their meals, which means that their calorie requirements are not very high and, as with humans, extra calories equal extra pounds. According to the Association for Pet Obesity Prevention (APOP), obese pets in America have surpassed 160 million! What can you do to help prevent your furry loved ones from putting on too much weight?…

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20 January
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Three Diseases to Look Out for in Your Dogs, Cats and Birds

We do the most we can to love and keep our pets healthy. Buying the right foods, scheduling regular vet visits and, most importantly, giving them as much attention as possible all help to keep them living long and happy. Unfortunately, keeping your pet indoors or safely in cages doesn’t always mean that they’ll be safe from contracting an illness. At Valley Animal Hospital, we try to do what we can to keep your furry loved ones in great shape….

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29 December
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4 Important Symptoms of Feline Heart Disease to Keep an Eye Out For

Cats are known for being active and playful, but some of these adorable feline pets can possibly harbor a silent illness. Studies show that 16% of apparently healthy cats will experience heart disease in their lifetime. The disease is more often found in cats between the ages of five to seven years. Heart disease, in most cases, shows symptoms that cannot be ignored, and for that reason, it’s important to reach out to our animal doctors for help and answers….

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02 December
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5 Surprising Foods and Drinks that can be Dangerous for Your Pet

With chilly weather soon being upon us, it’s assumed our pets will be keeping warm inside the comfort of our homes. Like most pet owners, we tend to feel like we are being watched while at our dinner tables. Most of the time, it turns out to be our pets starring up at us as we enjoy our meals. Before falling for the googly eyes and sharing some scraps with your pet, stop and think if what you’re sharing can…

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08 November
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Early Detection of Cancer Can Maximize Your Pet’s Life

Much like cancer being one of the leading causes of death in humans, it also accounts for nearly half of disease-related deaths of dogs and cats. According to the Animal Cancer Foundation, it is estimated that about 6 million dogs and approximately 6 million cats will be diagnosed with cancer this year. In order to make pet owners aware of the gravity of this disease, the Veterinary Pet Insurance Co. designated November as “National Pet Cancer Awareness Month.” Their objective…