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Update on Diets and Heart Disease


This is an update to our March Blog regarding diets and heart disease: In recent years there has been a trend in the pet food industry to produce, market and have pet owners feed grain free diets.  While cats are truly best adapted to a high protein diet, dogs are omnivores who evolved to handle […]



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Update on Canine Influenza


The recent news of canine influenza (flu) cases at the Oregon Humane Society (OHS) has raised some questions that we would like to answer. Much of this is from our blog in January 2016 with some pertinent updates.   Canine Flu was first recognized about a decade ago. There are two known strains of canine […]



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What Should I Feed My Pet?


The good news and the bad news is there are so my choices and options for pet food these days and so many sources, full of good intentions, telling folks what to feed dogs and cats.  It can be downright confusing.  We get it.  That’s why we make time to talk to you about your […]



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Newsletter – Some Popular Diets May Be Linked to Heart Disease in Dogs


Dear Clients Last fall you may have learned of a warning from the FDA regarding a suspected link between certain kinds* of dog foods and heart disease. Further research by scientists at the University of California, Davis has revealed that many of these dogs are deficient in a critical amino acid called taurine. Amino acids are the building blocks […]



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Hill’s Pet Nutrition Voluntary Recall of Select Foods


We just received an update from Hill’s Pet Nutrition:  They are voluntarily recalling specific lots of canned dog food that may have an elevated levels of vitamin D. While vitamin D is an essential nutrient for dogs, ingestion of elevated levels can lead to potential health issues depending on the level of vitamin D and […]



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Grain Free Diets and Heart Disease in Dogs


In recent years there has been a trend in the pet food industry to produce, market and have pet owners feed grain free diets.  While cats are truly best adapted to a high protein diet, dogs are omnivores who evolved to handle a diet replete with starches. Articles in both Scientific American and Science. It […]



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Safety and Fun Tips for Enjoying Summer with your Pet


Dr. Johnson was recently interviewed and shared some important steps you can take to keep your pets happy and safe for the summer time.  We hope you find this information helpful and informative. Have a wonderful summer.  Your friends at Fremont Vet 8 Most Pressing Summer Dog Safety Tips Provided By A Vet  



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It’s Time To Talk About Pet Obesity


An article about pet obesity from the New York Times Helping pets live a longer, happier, healthier life is our motto.  We’re sharing this wonderful article from the New Your Times to help inform and educate you about the dangers of pet obesity and hopefully help start the conversation about your pet’s ideal weight and […]



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Fremont Fest 2018 is Saturday, August 4th


It’s that time of year again! Fremont Fest is just around the corner and the weather is going to be purrrrfect.  Our booth will be in the same location it’s been the last three years:  across the street from Amalfie’s Restaurant.  We’re going to do teddy bear adoption exams for the kiddos and spin the […]



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Third & Final Chapter to our Remodel


  Whew.  Hats off to our amazing, resilient, determined, and compassionate team for all their hard work and sacrifice during our remodel.  Although we’ve never run a marathon, this remodel process has lots of similar qualities.  We’ve stayed hydrated, although we’ve had to move our refreshment cart a few times.  We’ve stayed active.  One of […]



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