Continuing Education

Recently, some of our staff (Melanie, Pam, Cammie, Dr. Carraway, Kelly and Jane) went to a continuing education opportunity, The 5th Annual Gulf-Atlantic Veterinary Conference in Boca Raton, Florida. Some of the lectures they attended focused on Caring for Geriatric Patients, Hospice Care, Blood Transfusions in Dogs, Emergency Care, Nursing for Critical Patients, Canine Heatstroke […]

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What makes us Different?

We are AAHA Accredited –  Did you know…Only 15% of the animal hospitals in the US are Accredited by the American Animal Hospital Association? That means they are inspected to make sure they meet rigorous quality standards in every area of the hospital, and the staff is knowledgeable, competent and well-trained. Animal Medical Clinic has […]

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National Bird Day

On January 5, 2008, the United States first celebrated National Bird Day. National Bird Day celebrates “the beauty, song, and flight of birds,” as well as their role as indicators of ecosystem health. Why National Bird Day?  The beauty, songs, and flight of birds have long been sources of human inspiration. Nearly 12 percent of the world’s 9,800 bird […]

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Our Mission

At Animal Medical Clinic, our mission is to maintain and improve the health of our patients by providing high quality veterinary care and exceptional client service. We focus our attention on four core values that we came to agreement on as a team: Caring For Clients – Feeling and exhibiting concern and empathy for clients […]

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Happy New Year

Parties Aren’t for Everyone July 4th and New Year’s Eve are two of the party nights we most look forward to all year, but they can also be nights of high anxiety for our pets. With the fireworks, loud music, shouts and laughter and in some areas even the banging of pots and pans or gunfire, our […]

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PawZ

What are Pawz?  They are booties for your pet.  There are many reasons you may consider them for your pet, but the most common is for older pets that have trouble walking on slippery floors such as tile, wood or linoleum.  Giving your pet a little extra traction can really help them out! Uses: Traction […]

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Holiday Hazards

Winter holidays are a wonderful time to enjoy family and friends. But with all the extra hustle and bustle you may forget to abide by the same pet-proofing measures you follow the rest of the year. We spoke with Dr. Justine Lee, board-certified veterinary specialist in emergency critical care/toxicology, to discuss 10 common winter holiday […]

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Arthritis

How to Spot Arthritis in Dogs and Cats Arthritis is one of the most common ailments seen in middle-aged to older pets. Even younger dogs and cats, under the right circumstances, can suffer from arthritic changes. Arthritis causes changes within the affected joints that are painful for the affected pet. This pain is responsible for […]

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Cruciate Ligament Injury

Cruciate ligaments are a pair of ligaments inside each of your dog’s knees. When functioning properly, they stop the knees from twisting or overextending. But when the ligaments become injured, it can be very painful for your dog —many dogs even refuse to walk on the injured leg. (Dogs and cats both have cruciate ligaments, but most […]

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