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Snow/Ice Storm- Change of Hours


Roads are covered in snow and ice making travel for the Fremont Veterinary Clinic staff unsafe.  We also have a tree across our parking lot blocking parking access for our clients. We will be closed today to allow for the ice to melt and roads to return to safe conditions.  Know we have made every […]



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Covid-19 update


We have returned to our normal hours, Monday- Friday, 7:30 am – 7:00 pm.   In order to keep our patients, clients and staff healthy and safe, we are continuing our curbside service.  Upon arriving at Fremont Veterinary Clinic you will find signs posted with a number to text your arrival for your appointment or to […]



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COVID-19 Hours


Effective March 26, 2019 we will be modifying our hours. This is to allow us to reduce staffing needs and allow us to segregate our staff into 2 groups that won’t overlap. We continue to deliver care for your pets during this time and appreciate your loyalty to us and commitment to your pets’ well-being. […]



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Covid-19 Check Protocol for Patient Visits


In order to comply with CDC, OVMA and AVMA guidelines and to more effectively implement Social Distancing, we are now using the following protocol for patient visits. When you arrive, please call us to let us know you have arrived. We will check you in as you wait in your car with your pet. When […]



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COVID-19


As we all adjust our daily lives to deal with COVID-19 (now SARS-CoV-2) we want to share the safety measures we have put in place to protect the health of our valued Fremont Veterinary Clinic staff and clients. We are enforcing illness prevention procedures, including frequent hand washing, avoiding contact with eyes, nose or mouth, […]



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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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