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Saying Goodbye: Compassionate End-of-Life Care at Our Vet Clinic
January 23, 2024

The decision to say goodbye to a beloved pet is one of the most challenging experiences any pet parent can face. At South Willamette Veterinary Clinic, we understand the depth of emotion that accompanies this process. Our compassionate approach to end-of-life care aims to ease this difficulty, ensuring a peaceful transition for your furry family members.

Balanced Bites, Happy Horses: The Connection Between Dental Health and Behavior
December 4, 2023

Like humans, horses can experience stress from various social and environmental factors. Everything from training, nutrition, and pasture time to feeding schedules and dental issues can cause stress. Some horses respond better than others, but the conditions can lead to behavioral and health problems.

What to Do When Your Furry Friend Needs Emergency Care
November 6, 2023

Emergency care for your furry friend is crucial to their well-being and can often be a matter of life or death. When it comes to emergency care, it is essential to be aware that different animals have different needs.

Why Socializing Your Puppy Matters Most
October 12, 2023

Bringing a puppy into your home is an exciting experience filled with joy and challenges. It's not just about feeding, grooming, and providing healthcare but a crucial part of puppy upbringing is socialization.

Galloping Through the Golden Years: Senior Horse Well-being Tips
September 13, 2023

Senior horse care involves understanding the unique needs of these older equines and making necessary adjustments to their diet, exercise regimen, and overall care routine. As their bodies age, horses can experience a number of health issues, just like we do.

Managing Pregnancy in Mares: Tips for a Successful Foaling
August 18, 2023

The journey of a mare from conception to foaling is a fascinating and complex process. Understanding the intricacies of a pregnant horse's life cycle can help you provide the necessary care and support to ensure a successful pregnancy and a healthy foal.

How to Properly Care for an Injured or Sick Pet at Home
July 5, 2023

Animals generally try to mask signs of pain or illness. It is an instinct used for protection in the wild, where any signs of weakness are likely to encourage attacks by predators.

The Importance of Regular Checkups and Vaccinations for Pets
June 1, 2023

The Humane Society of the United States urges pet owners to provide the best quality of life for their pets. This includes bringing your pets in for regular checkups and vaccinations.

Common Equine Medical Emergencies and What to Do
May 11, 2023

Horse ownership comes with a lot of responsibility. If you own one or several horses, you will likely experience a medical emergency sooner or later.

Lameness in Horses: Causes, Treatment, and Prevention
April 4, 2023

Lameness refers to a horse’s gait or normal stance. It can be due to problems in one or more limbs, the trunk, or the neck.

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