Veazie Veterinary Clinic
1522 State Street, Veazie, ME
(207) 941-8840

Cats

Ease the Stress of Visiting the Vet!

August 15, 2015
cat carriers

Cats Can Learn to Love Their Carrier   Many cat people have seen their cat go running and hiding as soon as they notice the carrier coming out of the closet. We finally get a hold of the cat and try to put them in the carrier.  Their legs are sprawling, nails are clawing and […]

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The Importance of Rabies Vaccines

August 10, 2015

Why It Is Important For You to Vaccinate ALL of Your Pets In recent months, there have been a number of articles in Maine newspapers about confirmed cases of rabies in wildlife. People often forget that wildlife, while cute, beautiful, or exotic, can be dangerous. Game wardens and rangers tell us never to approach wildlife, […]

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A Healthier Pet

A Healthier Pet

A Healthier Pet, a Stronger Bond, and More Money in Your Pocket: The Benefits of Preventive Medicine The average person will have vaccines as a young child, annual exams and dental care as an adult, and routine screenings as a senior. Has your pet received the same care? Some diseases and complications in humans can […]

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Taking the Mystery Out of Senior Blood Panels

July 10, 2015
senior blood panel

You have been taking your cat “Fluffy” and dog “Fido” to the vet annually for years.This year Fluffy turns 11 and Fido 8, and your vet recommends adult or senior wellness screens. What’s the big deal? They are only one year older and appear healthy. Why should you invest in blood work? Age is not […]

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New Cat Furniture in Exam Room 4

April 9, 2015

We have made some changes to one of our exam rooms in order to be a little more cat friendly. We added some great cat “furrrrrrrniture” and have had several patients taking advantage of the new hiding places. Maggie in the image above was the first patient to try it out!  

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Pet First Aid

pet first aid kit

Emergency First Aid Information We get a lot of owners asking what they should have on hand in case of an emergency. Here are some suggestions of what you should keep in your pet’s first aid kit. Emergency Numbers including Veazie Veterinary Clinic (941-8840), the Eastern Maine Emergency Veterinary Clinic (989-6267), and Poison Control Hotline […]

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