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  • Protect Your Dog or Cat from Heartworm Disease
    Protect Your Dog or Cat from Heartworm If you have a dog or cat, make sure to protect your pet with heartworm prevention from your veterinary care provider. Mosquito bites often Read more
  • Why Boarding Your Pet At A Vet Is A Good Idea
    Why Boarding Your Pet at An Animal Hospital Is A Good Idea We at Radford Animal Hospital know that the most stressful part of going on vacation is finding a place Read more
  • The Importance of Annual Pet Exams
    The Importance of Annual Pet Exams No matter if you have a dog or cat, he or she should be examined by a veterinarian yearly. Even if your animal seems to Read more
  • Pet Exams - What to Expect from Your Puppy or Kittens
    Radford Animal Hospital Getting a new puppy or kitten is an exciting time, especially if it is your first pet or your first young one. Just like with human children, getting Read more
  • Common Household Items that are Poisonous to Your Dog
    Common Household Items that are Poisonous to Your Dog The amount of joy our dogs bring us daily cannot be measured quantitatively, but studies show that having a dog increases oxytocin, Read more
  • Toxic Ingestion
    How to Prepare For Your First Pet Road Trip Traveling with your pet for the first time can be a little overwhelming but your trip will go much smoother with a Read more
  • Did My Pet Eat Something Poisonous?
    Did My Pet Eat Something Poisonous? Pets are notorious for getting into things they shouldn’t. Even with conscientious pet care, your kit or pup may one day ingest something he shouldn’t Read more
  • Importance of Routine Pet Dental Care
    Routine Pet Dental Care At Radford Animal Hospital Your pet's dental health is linked to his or her overall health. Therefore, it is essential that your furry animal receives a thorough Read more
  • Causes of Skin Allergies in Pets
    Allergies In Pets And Treatment Options Your pet requires a healthy diet, grooming sessions, exercise, and attention to be happy and healthy. If you have been following a daily care schedule Read more
  • Top Foods to Keep Away from Pets
    A Top Pet Care Priority Our pets are like family to us. From long road trips to walks in the park, our pets are there for it all. And while Read more
  • Signs of a Food Allergy
    Food Allergy Food allergies occur more commonly in pets than many people realize. A food allergy in pets commonly occurs between the ages of two to six years of age, but Read more
  • Tips for a Pet's Stress-Free Veterinary Visit
    Pet's Stress-Free Veterinary Visit If you need to bring your dog or cat to Radford Animal Hospital in Radford to meet with our veterinarian for an exam, you are likely to Read more
  • Flea & Tick Prevention
    Flea & Tick Prevention When you have a pet, it is up to you to keep him safe. Annual well check visits and vaccinations are essential in keeping your pet safe. Read more
  • Annual Pet Exams From Radford Animal Hospital
    Annual Pet Exams Some people take their pets to the veterinarian only when their pet is having a problem or if they are ill. This is a mistake. Annual pet exams Read more
  • Things All Cat Owners Should Know
    If you are thinking about getting a new cat and have never owned one before, there are a few things you need to know before bringing it home. For more Read more
  • How to Tell if Your Pet Has An Eye Infection
    Eye Infection in Pets Pet eye infections require intervention from our veterinarian so they are treated properly. Contact Radford Animal Hospital in Radford if you believe your cat or dog is Read more

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