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Halloween Pet Photo Contest 2016

Halloween Pet Photo Contest 2016

It’s time for Lakeview Veterinary Hospital’s annual Halloween Pet Costume Contest! Winning pets will receive a free “spa” day! Upload your pet’s photo below, and come back daily to vote! Contest ends on October 30th at midnight! Check out last year’s winners here.



Is your dog trying to tell you something?

The Fourth of July can be the scariest day of the year for many dogs. At least 1 out of 3 dogs suffer from “noise aversion” (a fear of loud noises such as fireworks, thunderstorms, or construction noise), but your dog may be suffering in silence. Many dogs with noise aversion will react to loud noises with one or more of the above signs. Sound familiar? Your...

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Introducing Client Loyalty Rewards!

At Lakeview Veterinary Hospital, we love our clients! To reward you for your loyalty, we have partnered with Flok to introduce a new loyalty rewards program!   Here’s how it works: 1. Download the app Visit lakeviewvet.com/rewards or text “JOIN” to 62687 to download the free app. You’ll get a free reward just for joining!   2. Join our loyalty club In the Flok app, join the...

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Bones, Muscles, and Joints

  Keep your pet moving and grooving this spring Schedule their checkup today! Musculoskeletal diseases (conditions that involve bones, muscles, and joints) can affect pets of all ages. They can have aches and pains like we do. But sometimes these diseases are hard to spot. Think about your furry friend for a moment… Have they stopped jumping on you when they greet you at the...

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Heartworm Disease

It’s March—springtime is around the corner! Worms in your garden…and worms in your pet? Eeew! Hold on, let’s explain… The worms you find in your garden mulch are not the same worms that cause heartworm disease in pets. Mosquitoes carry heartworms, and all it takes is one mosquito to bite your pet to become infected. Here’s the good news about heartworm disease: it’s an illness...

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Incorrect flea medication could prove deadly to cats

Dr. Clare Guichard was recently featured on WWL with some important information on the dangers of over-the-counter flea prevention in cats. – via WWL By Meg Farris, Medical Reporter NEW ORLEANS — A local veterinarian clinic says about once a month a they are seeing well-meaning cat owners accidentally poison their pet cats. It happens when they are trying to control fleas. Veterinarians say owners don’t understand...

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