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Fundraising Campaign Benefits the US War Dogs Association

Holiday House Pet Resort and Doylestown Veterinary Hospital hold an annual fundraising campaign to benefit the United States War Dogs Association (USWDA) and its Rx Program from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Last year over $2000 was raised thanks to generous donations from clients, the community, and members of the Doylestown Village Improvement Association Veterans Committee.…

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April is Heartworm Awareness Month

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April is Heartworm Awareness Month April showers and warmer temperatures bring summer mosquitos…and mosquitos can carry the parasite leading to heartworm disease in pets. This is a preventable disease. Talk to your veterinarian about testing, treatment and preventive medicine to keep your dog and cat healthy. Check out these Fast Facts!

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Pet Poison Prevention Facts

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Pet Poison Prevention Week will kick off March in Doggie Daycare at Holiday House Pet Resort & Training Center as part of National Poison Prevention Month. The ASPCA now has a free mobile app offering quick, life-saving information at your fingertips! Check out these complete lists of dangers and threats to avoid, and basic pet…

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Professional dog grooming is more than a day at the salon. A clean, fresh-smelling dog is a pleasure to have around, but professional dog grooming is also essential to your dog’s wellness. Holiday House Pet Resort offers two convenient locations for professional dog grooming: Opening Soon! The Spa at Holiday House on State at 42…

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United States War Dogs Assocation Receives Donations

DOYLESTOWN, Pa., November 2, 2015—USAF Staff Sergeant Terry White and retired Military Working Dog (MWD) Hattie were presented with a year of free Hill’s Pet Nutrition prescription dog food during a reception to recognize the United States War Dogs Association (USWDA) at Holiday House Pet Resort & Training Center and Doylestown Veterinary Hospital. SSgt. White…

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Diabetes in Cats and Dogs

Diabetes is a disease reaching epidemic proportions in humans, and diabetes in cats and dogs is also experiencing an increase in this often preventable condition. It’s important to understand the different types of diabetes in cats and dogs, the symptoms, and the standards of treatment as well as how integrative veterinary medicine can help manage…

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Caring for Your Senior Pet

When our best friends come to us, often in the puppy or kitten stage, caring for them during their senior years seems a long way off. However, some breeds can reach the senior and geriatric stages in as few as five or six years, and each year that goes by considerably increases their age in…

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Bring Your Lost Pet Home

This pet is being scanned for a microchip. The warmer weather seems to bring an increase in lost pet postings around town or on social media. Whether scared away by loud noises like firecrackers or thunderstorms, slipping out a door that was accidentally left open, or getting past an invisible fence, losing your pet can…

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Lost Pets Reunited with Properly Registered Microchips

  WOULD YOUR PET BE PROTECTED IF IT WAS LOST? HOLIDAY HOUSE PET RESORT & DOYLESTOWN VETERINARY HOSPITAL TO HOST “CHECK THE CHIP” EVENT ON AUGUST 15, 2014 Lost Pets Reunited with Properly Registered Microchips DOYLESTOWN, Pa., July 23, 2014—The warmer weather seems to bring an increase in lost pet postings around town or on…

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Managing Your Pet’s Overall Health Takes Planning & Support

 Wow, it’s been an exciting week at Pawsitively Fit Camp 2014. Our campers are an active group of terrific dogs. Managing the eating habits of our pets and finding time for exercise can be challenging, but the long-term benefits to the health and wellness of our pets are worth the effort.  For us, programs like…

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