Ridgewood Veterinary Hospital

Dog Obedience Training Classes - Special Offer!

Mar 17, 2015 — by Ridgewood Veterinary Hospital | Comments (0)
Tags: Canine Special Offer

Wouldn't it be nice if your dog was well-behaved everywhere you go?

Puppy Kindergarten, Beginner and Advanced Beginner Classes Offered in March at the Discounted Rate of $151.20 for 6 sessions with Coupon from our e-mail newsletter (Normally $189). Call now - Space is Limited!

***SPECIAL OFFER***

Be one of the FIRST FIVE people to sign up and pay for the Puppy Kindergarten or Beginner Class, and get a total of 40% OFF! That's a Discounted Rate of $113.40!


Are The Puddles In Your Yard Harboring Leptospirosis?

Mar 12, 2015 — by Ridgewood Veterinary Hospital | Comments (0)
Tags: Health Alert Canine Feline

A disease called Leptospirosis started to become a serious problem in our area several years ago and is a continuing health risk this Spring. The incidence of this disease has been steadily rising at various times of year. We are concerned about its appearance recurring now because the conditions are ideal, and we have already seen one case this month. Melting snow forming huge puddles of water in our yards combined with wild mammals appearing with the warmer Spring weather make this the “perfect storm” for Leptospirosis.


Top 10 Human Medications That Poison Pets

Mar 10, 2015 — by Ridgewood Veterinary Hospital | Comments (0)
Tags: Canine Feline Pet Safety

When pet poisonings from human medications happen, they can be serious. Click "Read More" below to see a list of the top 10 human medications pets most frequently ingest.


Soon It Will Be Time To Garden!

Mar 9, 2015 — by Ridgewood Veterinary Hospital | Comments (0)
Tags: Canine Feline Pet Safety

At last, the long awaited Spring is within sight, and thoughts turn to gardening. Click "Read More" below for some helpful information to make a garden that is safe for pets!


Welcome Dr. Purcell!

Mar 1, 2015 — by Ridgewood Veterinary Hospital | Comments (0)
Tags: New Updates

We are pleased to welcome Dr. Bronwyn Purcell to the Ridgewood Veterinary Hospital. Dr. Purcell is a graduate of Cornell University, a native of the area, and a former Ridgewood Veterinary Hospital employee, who worked as a Veterinary Technician before earning her Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine.


Home Alone?

Feb 10, 2015 — by Ridgewood Veterinary Hospital | Comments (0)
Tags: Canine New Updates

Or leave him with us for peace of mind!

We now offer Doggie DayCare at Ridgewood Veterinary Hospital. If you are a professional who works all day or if you simply need to be out of the house for a few hours, you can leave your dog with us knowing he is safe and sound with a caring, trained medical support staff and veterinary supervision.


February is Pet Dental Month!

Feb 3, 2015 — by Ridgewood Veterinary Hospital | Comments (0)
Tags: Canine Feline Dental Special Offer

Great news! Our discounted dental package was so popular last year that our laboratory and vendors have agreed to help us continue this offer! Since few pets allow brushing at home, regular professional care is important to avoid tartar buildup, gum disease, and infection, which can spread bacteria throughout the body to organs such as the liver, heart and kidneys with potentially fatal results. We can help your pet avoid the pain and dangers of dental disease with ultrasonic cleaning and treatments as needed. This article will show you some of the things our doctors look for when examining your pet’s mouth and teeth. 


Basic Obedience Classes Start Next Week!

Jan 14, 2015 — by Ridgewood Veterinary Hospital | Comments (0)
Tags: Canine Special Offer

Wouldn't it be nice if your dog was well-behaved everywhere you go?

• Does your dog pay attention to your normal commands when friends and relatives visit?

• Is your pet easily controlled at the dog park?

• Is your dog calm and relaxed around strangers and loud noises?


Is Your Pet Too Cold?

Jan 7, 2015 — by Ridgewood Veterinary Hospital | Comments (0)
Tags: Pet Safety Winter

Pets can get hypothermia, too! Here are important tips on pet safety during the cold winter months.


Include Fido and Tiger in Your New Year’s Resolutions

Dec 18, 2014 — by Ridgewood Veterinary Hospital | Comments (0)
Tags: Canine Feline Veterinary Article

More than half of the dogs and cats in America are overweight. Pets can suffer from the same obesity related diseases that people do, such as osteoarthritis and diabetes to name a few. Some conditions can be delayed or avoided by maintaining a healthy weight range. Here are some tips to help your pet get back on the road to good health in the New Year:

1.  First, let a veterinarian do an assessment of your pet’s body condition. If your pet is overweight, let the veterinarian help you develop a weight loss plan that works for your pet.

2.  Ask your veterinarian about the best diet to feed your pet. No doubt Fido will have something to say about this, but there are a few different choices you can try. Most importantly, use the portion your veterinarian recommends...


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