Antifreeze Toxicity

The ingestion of Antifreeze by pets is extremely toxic. Because antifreeze has a sweet taste, it is also one of the most common poisonings of dogs, cats, wildlife and even birds. Often animals are poisoned around their own home due to the improper storage or disposal of antifreeze. As little as a teaspoon can be…

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Dental Care

Many people wonder why it costs more to clean their pet’s teeth than their own. The answer is that it is considerably more involved than having your own teeth cleaned at the dentist.  When your dentist tells you to open your mouth, move your tongue, close a little, etc… …you comply, and allow him access…

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Spay & Neuter Information


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Heartworm Prevention

Mill Creek is offering Proheart injections for your dog.  Instead of trying to remember to give your dog a monthly tablet or chewable, ProHeart is an injection that lasts 6 months!  Please call us with questions. We recommend heartworm preventative all year round.  Heartworms are transmitted by mosquitoes and can be fatal!  Our winters have…

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Dental Home Care

The spectrum of dental disease in the dog and cat is wide and varied. This paper reviews the dental problems seen in dogs and cats, what services the veterinary dentist can offer, and what pet owners should know about their pets’ teeth and gums. For more information about  how we clean your pets teeth during…

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Poinsettias: Fact & Myth

Fact: People buy at least 2-3 million Poinsettia plants annually. Myth: The Christmas Poinsettia is toxic. Fact: The Christmas Poinsettia (Euphorbia pulcherrima) is the most widely tested consumer plant on the market. Myth: Ingesting the Christmas Poinsettia causes vomiting, diarrhea, and even death due to toxins entering the bloodstream. Fact: Both American and European Mistletoe (Phoradendron and Viscum, respectively) are…

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Hazardous Household Plants

For those of you with a green thumb and those who just have a few plants around the house it is important to know which of your plants are poisonous to your cats, kittens and even dogs. According to the Animal Poison Control Center (APCC) the ten most common poisonous plants are: marijuana, sago palm,…

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What's Next

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    Call us or schedule an appointment online.

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    Meet with a doctor for an initial exam.

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    Put a plan together for your pet.