We’re Celebrating Our Veterinary Technicians

If you've ever been to Oxford Veterinary Hospital, you know we have a team of people that are dedicated to our pet's health. In fact, you can get to know our veterinary team on our About page by clicking here! You can learn fun facts about Dr. Taylor like the fact...

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Why You Should Participate In National Walk Your Dog Week

It's National Walk Your Dog Week, and we think it's such a wonderful thing to participate in our community. We know what you're thinking, "I already walk my dog every single day, what's so different about this week?" Well, that's a great question. There are so many...

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Choosing The Right Dog For Your Family

Choosing the next love of your life is a tough decision. Do you want a goofy fluffball or a sleek, sophisticated dog? A young pup or a wise old dog? A running partner or a Netflix buddy? With so many dogs of varying sizes, personalities, and energy levels looking for...

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How To Train Your Cat

When you get a new puppy, it's common to take him or her to training classes and teach basic commands. Dogs are seemingly easier to train than cats because more people do so, but did you know you can also train your cat? How to train your cat: No, it isn’t the next...

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How Often Should I Wash My Pet’s Dish?

Do you know how often you should be washing your pet's dishes? The answer may surprise you. You should wash your pet’s dishes after every single use, just as you would do for your own dishes. Most pet parents that ask us this question say that they’re okay with...

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Does Your Pet Need To Lose Weight?

Our pets are steadily becoming heavier, and they’re struggling with other health problems as a result. But, how do you know if your pet needs to lose weight? For smaller dogs and cats, a matter of only a few pounds could mean the difference between healthy and...

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Traveling With Pets

Are you planning a trip that includes your furry friends? There are increasingly more and more pet-friendly options for travelers so you don't have to leave your companions behind! Here are some great tips that will help make your next trip with your pet go smoothly....

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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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