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4 Oncology cases that make this veterinarian love her job


I often get asked why I practice Oncology, and there are two reasons. One is that I can often extend good quality of life for longer than most clients realize. And the second reason is that I get to know my clients well and develop a relationship with them. These four cases show how creative thinking can help me do both for my patients. Continue reading

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Breathing Issues in Cats


We often get questions from our clients about how to tell if your cat is breathing alright or not. On this blog, I have attached two videos of my cats having trouble breathing (dyspnea) for two different reasons. Continue reading

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Like a Needle in a Haystack


She initially presented to her family veterinarian two weeks prior when the swelling was first noticed by her owner. Her family veterinarian took X-rays of her neck where the swelling was most prominent. The X-rays revealed evidence of a needle foreign body located deep within the structures of the cervical neck. Continue reading

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NorthStar VETS Satellite Coming to Maple Shade


We are excited to announce the opening of our first satellite location in Maple Shade, New Jersey! Continue reading

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Robbinsville Mayor Recognizes NorthStar VETS Milestones


Spring 2015 represented two very big anniversary dates for NorthStar VETS. April marked the fifteen-year anniversary of the hospital, while May represented the four-year anniversary of the opening the 33,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art facility in Robbinsville, NJ. As the team at … Continue reading

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National Dog Bite Prevention Week is Now


National Dog Bite Prevention Week (May 17-23) is now, and it is a good time to remind ourselves about the common triggers of biting. Continue reading

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Breaking News: Canine Influenza Virus


Canine Influenza Virus has been diagnosed in the Chicago area and has spread to Wisconsin and Indiana. For additional information on this disease, visit the website for the Center for Disease Control. Continue reading

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Don’t fool around with Pet First Aid – Happy Pet First Aid Awareness Month!


As a pet parent, one of the first things that happen when we see one of our little ones (or big ones) in an emergency situation is PANIC! So, before you decide to run around in the back yard screaming and flailing your arms, RELAX. Continue reading

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Pet behavior considerations during the holidays


Simple behavioral considerations can help make the holiday smooth and trauma-free for your dog. Continue reading

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Pay it forward


To be able to give that surprise financial gift to a deserving client and patient is priceless. Continue reading

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