5 Benefits Of Purchasing Refurbished Veterinary Equipment

Posted on: 13 August 2017

Veterinarians are passionate about providing excellent care to animals, and having a fully equipped veterinary clinic is essential to being able to offer the highest level of care. When a vet wants to equip his or her clinic with all of the equipment needed, from veterinary patient monitors and ultrasound machines to operating tables and surgical equipment, buying refurbished equipment can make a lot of sense. Some of the reasons to consider buying refurbished veterinary equipment include:
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Adopting A New Furry Companion? How To Help Your Shelter Pet Adjust To Its New Life

Posted on: 11 August 2017

If you're looking for a new pet to add to your family, think animal shelter. There are many beautiful pets that are looking for a family to love. One of the great things about choosing a shelter pet is that they'll already have their vaccinations, and they'll already be spayed or neutered. Once you have your new pet at home, you'll need to give it some tender-loving-care for the first few days, especially as it gets acquainted with its new family.
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Why Your Petting Zoo Needs a Large-Animal Hospital

Posted on: 10 August 2017

Owning and operating a petting zoo seems like a lot of fun. However, you have to address the health needs of many of the large and exotic animals in your petting zoo. Sure, they could see a regular veterinarian, but chances are your regular veterinarian has never treated bears, gorillas, tigers, and giraffes before. What you need is a large-animal hospital. Here are a few reasons why having one would be beneficial:
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Boarding A Dog Who Needs Daily Medications

Posted on: 8 August 2017

Going away for a while and leaving your dog behind is always stressful, but it can be even more so when you have a dog who needs medications administered on a daily basis. You may worry that he won't get the meds he needs while you are gone or that they won't be given properly. There's no replacement for your kind love and care, but thankfully, there are ways to ensure your dog receives the meds and treatment he needs while you are gone.
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