Paw Prints Blog

  • September is Animal Pain Awareness Month!

    Sep 02 2016

    Is your pet in pain? No one wants to be in pain, nor do we want our beloved pets to be in pain. Research has shown that our pets feel…

  • Cinderella Story

    Nov 10 2015

    Do microchips work?  Yes they do!  This little beauty went missing two years ago.  Her family posted flyers, but she was never found. They have since moved and adopted another cat.…

  • Health Alert: Canine Influenza Virus

    Apr 24 2015

    Canine Influenza Virus – Is your pet vaccinated? As you may be aware, there is a new strain of canine influenza virus, H3N2 causing an outbreak of illness in Chicago, affecting…

  • Medication Increase

    Medication Price Increase

    Nov 11 2014

    Many of the medications used in veterinary medicine are human medications. Unfortunately, many of these medications have undergone large price increases from the manufacturers over the last year. Phenobarbital is…

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    Summer safety tips for your pets

    May 13 2014

    The weather is finally nice! After the winter we just had, who wouldn’t want to get outside? Before things really heat up, check out our summer safety tips for your…

  • Canine Blood Drive was a success!

    Apr 14 2014

    We had a great turn out and beautiful weather for our first Canine Blood Drive. The University of Pennsylvania Penn Animal Blood Bank mobile arrived at NPAH’s parking lot at…

  • Is Your Pet Protected?

    Apr 02 2014

    “April Showers bring May Flowers”… and fleas….and ticks…and mosquitoes oh my!! Walter wants to know, is your pet protected? The snow has finally ended and the weather is warming up!…

  • Winterizing Your Pet This Season

    Dec 20 2013

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  • Anesthesia-Free Dentistry

    Oct 25 2013

    “Anesthesia-Free Dentistry” Is it right for your pet? There have been several stories in the news lately highlighting “Anesthesia Free Dentistry” for dogs and cats. At first glance, it sounds…

  • Tiny Invaders Intestinal Parasites

    Aug 16 2013

    Tiny Invaders Intestinal Parasites (Part 3 of 3) Now for something really squeamish! Internal parasites! These are microscopic organisms that live inside our pets, and sometimes us! At least 14%…