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News And Press

SAGE Veterinary Centers Expands to Arizona

Concord, Calif. (August 18, 2021) – SAGE Veterinary Centers is pleased to announce they have welcomed an additional practice to their community of hospitals with Arizona Animal Hospital. Today, SAGE is one of the largest veterinary practices on the west coast with...

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Focus on mental health in veterinary medicine

Focus on mental health in veterinary medicine By: Gina Gotsill, SAGE Director of Recruiting  Burn out. Depression. Suicide. Pet owners probably don’t connect these words to their family veterinarian and the specialists who help their pets through severe illness. And...

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SAGE Reopening Plans: A Phased Approach Coming Soon!

Dear Valued Pet Parent,  We miss you! We can’t believe it’s been 15 months since we have welcomed you into our building. This past year has provided so many changes, opportunities, and challenges. Yet, we have remained committed to providing veterinary care to...

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SAGE Veterinary Centers to Hire a Veterinary Social Worker

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 3, 2021 Campbell, Calif. – SAGE Veterinary Centers is hiring a veterinary social worker (VSW) to improve and maintain mental health in the veterinary profession. Veterinary social work acknowledges the human-animal bond, as well as the...

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Happy World Veterinary Day!

The World Veterinary Association created World Veterinary Day in 2000 to celebrate the veterinary profession and all we provide for our communities. This year, World Veterinary Day is focused on the veterinary response to the COVID-19 crisis.  We want to recognize and...

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Our guide to pet-safe plants and flowers! 

Everywhere you look, people are getting ready for the upcoming Spring holidays - Easter and Mother's Day. Many are sending and receiving beautiful flower and plant arrangements, some arrangements more toxic to pets than others. SAGE wants to...

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Patient Success Story: Maya

Written by: Yvonne Brandenburg, RVT, VTS (Small Animal Internal Medicine)  Meet Maya! She’s a sweet, year and a half old, German Shorthaired Pointer. Maya came to SAGE Dublin’s Internal Medicine service in October 2020 after being referred by her primary...

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