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Feb 06, 2019

A Neighborhood House Christmas

A Neighborhood House Christmas

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Auburn Animal Hospital is once again participating in the Rochester Neighborhood House Holiday drive to bring a Happy Holiday to children and youth in need in our area.

Each child in the program receives a hat/glove set, pajamas, a gift card to the store of their choice and a game/toy.  If you would like to help bring joy to a child this season, please stop in, pick a tag from our tree, and buy the gift listed on it.  Return gifts, unwrapped, along with the tag, to us by December 4.  Your gift will be very much appreciated!

Thank you!

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Feb 06, 2019

Discussion Topic - Why does my cat do that?

Discussion Topic: Behavior
Re-introducing your cat to your other pets after their visit to the Veterinarian's Office

Why does my cat do that...?

My 8-year-old cat, Shadow, is always attacked by his sister, Gadget, when we return home from the veterinarian's office. Why does Gadget do that and what can I do?

Cats are highly sensitive to smells and when Shadow has been at the veterinary clinic, he no longer smells the same to your other pets. This change in scent is alarming to Gadget. One way to ease the transition of bringing Shadow back home is to leave him in the carrier for a few hours and see how Gadget reacts. If Gadget does not accept him, then place Shadow in another room with all his resources (litter box, food, water, toys, etc.) for a day or two, to allow him time to regain the scents of home.

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Feb 06, 2019


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There are many pets in shelters and rescues who are being lovingly cared for while they wait for their 'forever homes'.  Providing outstanding care for these pets is costly, and the shelters and rescue groups are grateful for any help they receive.

One of the ways we help is to collect both dog and cat food donations on a continuing basis.  We appreciate donations of all brands, both canned and dry. 

Did you try a new food and you pet doesn't like it?  Or did you find it necessary to change your pet's diet?  We will happily take any open bags that you have left over.

Your kind donations can be dropped off any time during business hours and will benefit the Michigan Animal Rescue League and Cat Tail Kitties.

Thank you for your contribution!


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Sep 04, 2016

Laser Therapy for your pet is now available at Auburn Animal Hospital!

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Laser Therapy for your pet is now available at Auburn Animal Hospital!

Laser Therapy can relieve pain, reduce swelling and increase range of motion for your pet without the use of medications or surgery.

During each painless treatment, laser energy increases circulation, drawing water oxygen and nutrients to the damaged area, creating an optimal healing environment.

We have several treatment plans available.  Call us at 248-852-5666 to set up a consultation.

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