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Are We Over-Vaccinating Pets?

Pet owners often worry about over-vaccinating their pets in order to keep them protected from diseases. The science behind pet vaccination is forever evolving and the best way to stay on top of it all is to ask your vet lots of questions. Here are some general guidelines.
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Should You Buy Pet Insurance?

Every pet owner believes their pet will be healthy forever. In reality, you may need to visit a vet after an unplanned accident or when your pet suffers a serious disease. Without insurance, decisions about treatment will rest squarely on your financial ability to pay.
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That must be the yummiest milk ever!!! Watch the other baby deer come by and wait their turn ☺️ #bambi ...

Me thinks this juvenile #trashbandit is posing. ...

Happy Independence Day weekend to our neighbours from the South. One favour please? #bekindtoanimals ...

Thank you for taking care of me Dr Cliff. #ilovemyjob ...

Ok vet students…what do you notice is wrong with this great horned owl? And list a few causes. You’re not allowed to message @strubbe.eyevet like I do 🤓#owlsofinstagram ...

What do you think he is thinking?

We saw so many animals a few days ago…I think this is a young screech owl. He has a mildly damaged and infected elbow. He will do well though. Don’t worry
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So as you can, but only for an instant, this little #bambi needed his right eye removed. Be careful when driving in the countryside. This guy was clipped by a car.

He can manage very well with only one eye. He will live in the wild with a herd. He will learn to run when the others run, his other senses will accommodate.

Some have asked how they can help support our volunteer work…just go to Patreon.com/drcliff link in bio
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