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Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 8 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Tuesday, Thursday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Saturday 8:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.
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Rabies Treatment Breakthrough

Each year Rabies kills tens of thousands people worldwide.  In the United States, only 2-3 people die of this viral disease yearly.  Human rabies cases remain low in the United States because of rabies vaccination requirements for pets and because of the aggressive treatment of persons suspected of exposure to the virus.   Once a person (or a pet) develops symptoms of rabies, it is always fatal.  Recently, however, researchers at University of Georgia have developed a treatment protocol that has successfully treated mice after they began showing symptoms of rabies.  The hope is that the protocol will save countless human lives too.  

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Conrad Weiser Animal Hospital

Conrad Weiser Animal Hospital:

Where big city medicine and surgery meet small town customer service and value.

Paw Infections in Pets

Paw Infections in Pets

Is your dog limping, chewing his feet, or licking her paws? Is your cat limping? Is her foot swollen or bleeding? If you have noticed any of the above behavior, your pet may have a serious paw or pad infection. Causes of Paw Infections in Cats Indoor cats do not often experience paw infections, but […]

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Helpful Safety Tips for Traveling with Pets

Helpful Safety Tips for Traveling with Pets

With more travel destinations loosening COVID-19 related restrictions, humans are energized and ready to travel. After spending all of that time home with your pet in 2020, it’s hard to imagine leaving them for an extended amount of time. It sounds like much more fun to bring them along, right by your side.  If your […]

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Pet Wellness: Why Dogs Slobber

Pet Wellness: Why Dogs Slobber

Slobbering is usually a completely normal occurrence for dogs. For many breeds, drooling is just part of their daily lives. Certain breeds with big jowls tend to drool more, picture: mastiffs, bloodhounds, St. Bernards, and bulldogs. The way their mouths and heads are shaped makes it completely unavoidable for some slobber to dribble down their […]

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