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


Essential Oils and Your Pet

Essential Oils Use in Animals Essential oils are not a new thing, and in today’s age of trying to treat minor ailments as naturally as possible, they are becoming more and more popular.  We have started to get questions about their use in or on animals.  Questions have been asked as to the risks of […]

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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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New Rodenticide Dangers

May 15, 2013
rodenticide dangers

Adverse effects in pets are causing people, especially veterinarians, to reconsider the 2008 EPA regulation, which allows for the well-intentioned use of a new rodenticide ingredient, bromethalin. Most people are aware of the danger of rat poisons to dogs and cats, but there are new products on the market that are of even greater concern. […]

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Golden Retrievers Sought for Long-term MAF Study

November 13, 2012

Golden retrievers, their owners, and their veterinarians, are being recruited to participate in the Morris Animal Foundation’s study to improve the health of future generations of dogs. According to the nonprofit organization, 3,000 dogs will be enrolled within the next 2 years to be a part of the Golden Retriever Lifetime Study. This is the […]

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Adventures at Avian Haven

June 1, 2012

On Sunday, April 29, three Veazie staff members (Krista, Kelly, and Dr. Julie Keene) and Dr. Keene’s husband and son traveled to Avian Haven, a wild bird rehabilitation center in Freedom, Maine. Every spring, there is a great deal of work to prepare for a busy summer of injured or sick birds, and to catch […]

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