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Tips for Flea and Tick Prevention


Fleas and ticks are not just an annoyance, they can pose a serious health threat to both pets and humans. Fleas and ticks can [...]

Tips for Flea and Tick Prevention2022-07-18T19:46:05+00:00

The Dangers of Xylitol


Many pet owners believe they are aware of what is toxic to dogs. Chocolate, caffeine and grapes are just a few that dog owners [...]

The Dangers of Xylitol2022-07-18T19:43:46+00:00

Vehicle Safety Tips


Many of us who have dogs frequently take our beloved pups out for car rides. While this can be a great way to bond [...]

Vehicle Safety Tips2021-05-11T15:01:13+00:00

Avoid Memorial Day Mishaps


Memorial Day Weekend is in a few days, and while it’s a great time to celebrate with family and friends, we need to be [...]

Avoid Memorial Day Mishaps2022-07-18T19:47:47+00:00

Summer Time Tips


As the weather warms up and summer approaches, we will be spending more time outside with our family, friends and pets! Many of us [...]

Summer Time Tips2022-07-18T19:48:01+00:00

The Importance of AAHA Accreditation


Did you know that Veterinary Associates of Cape Cod is one of only three veterinary hospitals on Cape Cod that is AAHA accredited? In [...]

The Importance of AAHA Accreditation2022-07-18T19:48:59+00:00

Happy Vet Visits Part 8


A lot of changes have been made to help ease your pet’s fears and anxiety when coming to the veterinary hospital. We understand that [...]

Happy Vet Visits Part 82022-07-18T19:48:45+00:00

Lending A Helping Hand


Most of us know Dr. Burns as a wonderful veterinarian that treats our cats, dogs and sometimes feathered family members. Many of you may [...]

Lending A Helping Hand2021-05-11T15:18:11+00:00

Happy Vet Visits Part 7


Our canine companions can suffer from fear and anxiety when going to the veterinarian. When redesigning our hospital, a major goal was to reduce [...]

Happy Vet Visits Part 72022-05-18T20:52:17+00:00
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