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As veterinarians charged with the health and well-being of your pets, we cannot encourage pet parents enough to microchip their pet. It is a simple and inexpensive procedure that can reunite you with your pet if it is ever accidentally
Did you know that Belle Mead Animal Hospital now offers Physical Rehabilitation to all of our clients? Dogs, cats and exotic companion mammals alike can now benefit from our new program – and to help you learn more, we are
Did you know you can donate your old towels, sheets and blankets to Belle Mead Animal Hospital? Your generosity will help an animal recover comfortably after surgery or simply relax in a warm bed during their stay.
Continuing with our series about guinea pig care, perhaps now you are a proud owner of one or more of these little cavies. Here are some things you should know about maintaining your guinea pig’s health and well-being: Always seek
Wishing everyone a joyful holiday season! The Belle Mead Animal Hospital Team, Your Other Family Doctors
With the holidays upon us, many people consider boarding their pets. It’s a good time to talk about guinea pigs, otherwise known as cavies. Guinea pigs are very sensitive to stress. For
Live reindeer on display, photos with Santa, and a tour of the hospital kept our Open House attendees busy on December 7, 2013. We wish to thank everyone who attended for making this day a big success.
It’s Open House at Belle Mead Animal Hospital on December 7, 2013! Bring the family and leashed pets for a fun time! Our special guests will be two live Reindeer. Here’s your chance to bring your camera and take photos
Rabbits make wonderful pets. Once you and your family learn about the basic care and dietary requirements, you can enjoy many years with your furry friend. There are several breeds to choose from, and they all have the same general
Laser therapy is the use of specific wavelengths of light (red and near-infrared) to create therapeutic effects. These effects include improved healing time, pain reduction, increased circulation and decreased swelling. Laser therapy has been widely used in Europe since the