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

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Canine Leash Behavior

April 22, 2013

One of the great joys of having a canine companion is sharing your outings with them! Dogs love to be included, and having your dog along may open your eyes to things you may have otherwise overlooked. Many dogs can accompany their family off leash, but some cannot be trusted to stay close or mind […]

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Caring For Newborn Puppies & Kittens

Having a new litter is an exciting time, but it also can be worrisome if you don’t know what to expect with newborn puppies & kittens. Here are some guidelines to help make the experience the best possible! Labor is traditionally divided into three stages: In the first stage, the mother may pant, cry, pace, […]

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Breeding Your Dog

April 4, 2013

Preparing for Breeding The decision about breeding your dog starts when you first obtain the dog as a puppy. Since there are some advantages to spaying or neutering during the first year of life, it is important to consider your options as early as possible. Start your discussion with your veterinarian during the puppy visits. Breeding to Improve […]

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Root Canals at Veazie Veterinary Clinic

February 20, 2013

Did you know we can save broken teeth in dogs? Dr. Cloutier has advanced dental training and has been performing root canals and vital pulpotomies for several years. Vital pulpotomies can be performed while it still has a blood supply and remains vital. This needs to be performed within 72 hours of a tooth being […]

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Dog’s Day for a Dental!

February 14, 2013

By Ashley R I knew something was up when I was told I need to skip breakfast. It must be time for my dental cleaning! I jump in the car and sniff my way into Veazie Vet for the day. I am greeted by the lovely receptionist who always gives me a treat out of […]

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Can Your Dog Get Arthritis, Too?

January 28, 2013

You may know that arthritis can affect people of all ages, even children. According to the Arthritis Foundation, “arthritis doesn’t discriminate.” So, the answer is yes, your dog can get arthritis too, and it may be even more common than you thought. What is arthritis and how does it affect your dog? Arthritis (joint inflammation), […]

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