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Healthy Pets2018-09-24T19:04:09+00:00

Healthy Pets

New puppy or kitten on the way? Follow these strategies to make your home safe for your pet

A new pet is more than an adorable bundle of fur; it’s also a big responsibility. That pesky puppy or curious kitten can find lots of ways to get into trouble. A pet’s safety always comes first, but you’ll also want to take steps to safeguard your furniture, carpeting, and other belongings (including that favorite pair of shoes). Read on for tips that will help you pet-proof your [...]

Recognizing The Early Signs Of Glaucoma In Cats And Dogs

Glaucoma is a complicated series of infections that often result in optical damage. It results in increased production of aqueous humor thus straining drainage of the fluid. The balance between the production of aqueous humor and its drainage is very important when it comes to maintaining intraocular pressure. When this disturbance occurs and the pressure in the pet’s eyes increases, a condition known as [...]

Heartworm Life Cycle

Learn more the life cycle of a heartworm, and see what an actual dog heart infected with heartworms looks like. The latest research indicates that the number of dogs diagnosed with heartworm disease in the U.S. has risen by 21% in recent years. Using monthly preventatives is an important way to keep your pet healthy!  Give us a call at (540) 667-4290 to refill [...]

First Aid for Torn Footpads in Cats

Your feline's footpads are very important. Find out how to take care of them if they get injured. Although lowly in position, your cat’s feet occupy a top spot in importance. How can a cat navigate the world without the support of four healthy tootsies? And the pads on the bottom of those feet are where “the rubber meets the road”! These pads are the thick, [...]

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Testimonials

We want to thank the staff and especially Dr. Andrea for your compassion and sincerity as we said goodbye to Asha. Although he was only a patient here for less than 3 years, your care, expertise, and guidance were the best he had in his 15 years. The “Cat Friendly Practice” is an understatement for Linden Heights. I am so very impressed with your home service and with your compassion. Thank you, too, for the Arbor Tree donation in memory of Asha. Linden Heights crosses the line from business to family. Thank you.

Jennifer Klein | 5/19/2016

On behalf of our loved Japanese Chin “Kenji”, we wanted to thank all the staff w/ Linden Heights Animal Hospital for the care, compassion during Kenji short 8 years w/ us. He received excellent care by all with this fine facility, especially our chosen Physician Dr. Regina Liskey. While there now is a still in our home, heaviness in our heart as a result of his absence, we know that we had the support of Linden Heights. We thank all of you

Doug Loy | 5/6/2016

You ALL have been so caring and loving to Cassie Lou over the last 14 1/2 years. We could not have asked anything more of you.There are no words to sum up how grateful we are for the loving care, superior medical care, guidance, clean facility and friendly parent service you gave Cassie and us.You are appreciated. Thank you for taking care of “Our Girl”!

Robert, Judi & Ben Rissler | 6/22/2015
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FAQs

Do I need to have an appointment?

A: Yes, patients are seen by appointment. Should you have an emergency during regular office hours, please call so that we may assist you as quickly as possible.

What is the pre-anesthetic blood screening?

A: This is a blood test that is run here in the hospital prior to surgery. It tests the organ functions, blood counts and clotting function of your pet.

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