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Antivenom Vs. Rattlesnake Vaccine

Recently at our REI Lectures on “Wilderness First Aid for Dogs”, we have been receiving many inquiries regarding antivenom and the rattlesnake vaccine. To provide more insight, one of our long time ER Doctors, Dr. Mary Ellen Finely of SAGE Redwood City will break down the difference. Antivenom Antivenom is a purified antibody or, […]

What Do Dogs and Cats See?

By: Dr. Cynthia Cook, DVM, PHD, Diplomate ACVO: Founder of Veterinary Vision – A SAGE Community Hospital. Ever wonder what dogs and cats see? To understand the visual function involves a combination of many factors, including: the field of view, depth perception (ability to judge distances), acuity (focusing ability), perception of motion, and color, […]

Summer Pet Safety Tips

Happy Summer 2019 from SAGE Veterinary Centers! Now that the Summer Season is in full swing and temperatures are rising. SAGE wants to help keep your pets healthy and remind you of these Summer Pet Safety Tips: #1: Pets should be kept indoors during extreme heat. Start planning your outdoor activities with your pets, […]

May National Allergy & Asthma Month

May is Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month! A perfect time to raise awareness, as it is the peak season for asthma and allergies. Allergies not only affect humans, but dogs and cats can develop allergies, too. Because pets have different reactions to allergies than humans do, it’s essential to know the type of allergies, […]

SAGE Veterinary Centers expands doctor‐led, medicine‐first care model through new partnership with Yakima Pet Emergency Service

For Immediate Release on May 2, 2019  SAGE Veterinary Centers expands doctor‐led, medicine‐first care model through new partnership with Yakima Pet Emergency Service. SAGE Veterinary Centers (“SAGE”), the leading specialty and emergency veterinary organization on the West Coast, is pleased to announce it has expanded outside California and into the Pacific Northwest.  SAGE has, […]

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