Tips For Socializing Your Pet

In honor of Dog Bite Prevention Week, we wanted to share some tips from the AVMA on how to socialize your pets at an early age to prevent socialization issues later in life. Please be sure to share these tips with your friends and family! The AVMA has a wonderful...

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Cats and Carriers: Friends Not Foes

We want your cat to have a stress-free visit to Oxford Veterinary Hospital during every single visit. That stress-free visit starts at home. We have a great video from CATalyst Council that will help make your pet's next trip in a carrier much better for all parties...

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How To Recognize Signs Of An Aggressive Cat

Cats are such unique animals and are much more mysterious than dogs when it comes to showing how they feel. Our policy is to treat our clients as we would like to be treated, and to treat their pets as if they were our own. Our clients and their pets are the heart of...

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The Importance Of Brushing Your Dog’s Teeth

Good dental care for pets not only keeps them from having bad breath and toothaches, but studies also show that it can prevent more serious illnesses. Over time, bacteria lead to plaque and tartar buildup on your pet’s teeth. The result is bad breath, reddened gums,...

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Oxford Veterinary Hospital is Now AAHA Accredited

We have big news - Oxford Veterinary Hospital is now AAHA Accredited! What does this mean? We're here to tell you! Established in 1933 by leaders in the veterinary profession, AAHA is the only companion animal exclusive veterinary association. AAHA is best...

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Does Your Pet Have Diabetes?

With pet obesity becoming more prevalent in the United States, we've also seen diabetes become more of an issue for our pets. Of course, the symptoms may be hard to spot if you don't know what to look for. The team at Oxford Veterinary Hospital wants to...

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Three Simple New Year’s Goals For You and Your Pet

A new year is upon us, and we think it's time to start setting some goals for 2018! We know that you'll be creating some goals and resolutions for yourself, but we also believe it's important to set goals for your pet. We have a few helpful tips to get you...

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These Tips Will Keep Your Pet Safe During Christmas

It's getting colder here in Oxford as we gear up for the holiday season! With the colder weather and excitement comes hidden dangers for your pet, things that may not be top of mind to most people not in the veterinary world. We've seen it all, and we want you to be...

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10 Interesting Holiday Gift Ideas For Your Pet

Are you racking your brain trying to find the perfect holiday gift for your pet? Our team did some digging for you and found 10 interesting items that your pet may find quite exciting. While these gifts are not for everyone, there are some fun items that...

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Protect Your Pet On Thanksgiving With These Tips

Thanksgiving is for friends, family, and being thankful for the things we have in life. As we get ready to relax and enjoy a wonderful evening, it's important to first remember some safety tips that will help you keep your pet safe and healthy during the hoopla of...

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