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Cara Albertson
· July 27, 2017
Eric and his team are simply wonderful!!!! We always receive top notch care and a level of service that goes far beyond any other vet clinic we have ever used.... We are long standing clients with a multi dog household. Eric has seen us through the joys and challenges of puppyhood and he helped guide and comfort us in times of sorrow. High quality, timely, convenient, caring service. Everything we could possibly ask for and more. Look no further - this is your vet!!!! See More
Tanya Hauptfleisch Palmer
· September 15, 2017
Love working with Dr. King to do the best to keep our cats healthy. She really listens and knows her stuff. Thank you.
Randy Stringer
· April 9, 2016
Words cannot express how amazing Dr.Winston and his team are here. I was introduced to Eric by the late Lee Mannix years ago and through this time together I ca...n honestly call him one of my best friends. Village Vet is more than just a care facility to me and my family it is like home. We love all do for us! Constantly going out of your way for us and doing what God made you to do, giving love and care to all pets that see you. Thank you Village Vet!! See More
Lesley Pohl Pogir
May 7, 2013
Everything! Need I say More?

Most people know about the dangers of chocolate, but what other human foods should we avoid feeding our pets?

View the list of poisonous foods to avoid, including: chocolate, xylitol, alcohol, avocado, coffee, caffeine, citrus, coconut, coconut oil, grapes, raisin, macadamia nuts, milk and dairy.

Village vet App!!!!
Now you can request an appointment and view your pets records, plus we can directly communicate with you via text and email. Click the link below and download the App today

How many calories does your pet need per day?

This tool was designed to aid the veterinary health care team in making nutritional assessments and recommendations to help their patients maintain or achieve their healthy weight. You can share this information with clients with a take-home worksheet. Use the report function to generate a summary o...

From weaning your puppy to feeding your elderly dog, here are top tips for feeding Fido.

A balanced diet is critically important to your dog’s cell maintenance and growth and overall health. But dogs of different ages have different nutritional requirements. So, how much—or how little—should you be feeding your four-legged friend? Read on to learn what your pet’s body needs at the vario...

“I’ve seen a look in dogs’ eyes, a quickly vanishing look of amazed contempt, and I am convinced that dogs think humans are nuts.”―John Steinbeck

National Pet Cancer Awareness Month
One in four dogs will develop cancer during their lifetimes. While cancer is less common in cats, it tends to be harder to detect in our feline friends. Early detection is the key to better prognoses, so routine veterinary exams and screenings are crucial. Your young and adult pets should see their veterinarians every year, and your senior pets should see their veterinarians twice each year. But if your pet’s eating, sleeping or bathroom ha...bits change suddenly, schedule an appointment as soon as you can. This month is National Pet Cancer Awareness Month, and for every photo you tag with #CurePetCancer on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, Nationwide will donate $5 to the Animal Cancer Foundation. Learn more about the initiative ( and help us join the fight to #CurePetCancer.

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ASPCA's Adopt a Senior Pet Month
Older animals have a tough time finding new homes once they end up in shelters. But they make excellent pets, too! When you adopt an older pet, you know what to expect, as they will have grown into their personality already. While many older pets have already been trained, it’s also easier to train them than it is to train kittens or puppies. This month is ASPCA’s Adopt a Senior Pet Month, so we’re helping spread the word that senior pets make excellent companions.

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Something to consider for your furry family members in case of an emergency or disaster…/resources/tips/pet_first_aid…

Everyone who shares a home with a pet should have a basic pet first-aid kit on hand--it's a way to take care of your dog or cat's health and safety.

It's National Cat Day! What special thing are you doing for your cat today?

Still trying to find the perfect Halloween costume for your pet? Look no further!

Halloween simply wouldn't be complete without

Walls are up, momentum is building!

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Don't let your pet's Halloween go from spooky to downright deadly! Keep your pet safe with these five tips:

1. Keep all candies, especially chocolates and anything containing xylitol, out of your pet's reach, as they are extremely poisonous to cats and dogs.

2. Keep black cats inside for a few days around Halloween. They are more likely to be pestered this time of year.


3. Make sure pet costumes don't have small pieces your pet could swallow.

4. Keep pets away from pumpkins. Though they aren't poisonous to cats or dogs, they can cause blockages if your pet swallows big chunks.

5. Keep your pet away from the door so she doesn't try to escape when you're giving candy to trick-or-treaters.

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Some surveys suggest that this disease is the #1 reason cats visit the veterinarian.

Lower urinary tract disease (LUTD) covers a range of disorders from mild to serious and includes abnormalities in the structure and function of the bladder and urethra.

"Pets are humanizing. They remind us we have an obligation and responsibility to preserve, nurture, and care for all life."―James Cromwell