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Surgery Success: Louie


The injury caused multiple fractures to Louie’s jaw and skull which led to irregular facial growth, and a large palatal defect. Continue reading

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Surgery Success: Happy


Days later, Happy underwent a successful surgery in which the growth was removed and the spinal cord was no longer pinched. When he woke up, Happy lived up to his name, showing us his delightful personality and youthful zest for life. Continue reading

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Surgery Success: Diamond


With Diamond, some dietary indiscretion (mainly grass and feathers), plugged the crop’s exit, so everything she ate after that filled the sack until it was a large pendulous lump in front of her chest. Continue reading

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Case Success: Puffy


Puffy ate a lamp cord which resulted in electrocution and ingesting many tiny pieces of toxic copper. Continue reading

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Case Success: Rico


It was a terrible day for Rico. A fire broke out in his home, and as he ran away from that danger, he ran into the street and was hit by a car. Continue reading

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Case Success: Gaby


Allison is a cat that donates to the NorthStar VETS blood bank, and recently gave blood that ended up saving Gaby by bringing his PCV back up to 26%. Continue reading

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Case Success: Colby


During the course of his hospitalization, his PCV fluctuated between 24% and 12%. Continue reading

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One Masked Client per Pet in the Building


One masked pet parent will be able to enter the building with their pet. Continue reading

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An Open Letter to the Community


We know how difficult the last year and a half has been on you, especially for those of you who in addition to everything else, also experienced a sick or injured pet, or the loss of a beloved companion. Continue reading

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Case Success: Mud


Mud graduated from his SRT treatment on June 10, 2021 as the first patient to be treated at NorthStar VETS with PetCure Oncology. Continue reading

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