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News And Press

Journey to see Great Apes of Africa

By: Leigh Glerum, DVM, DACVS My journey to see the Great Apes of Africa had been on the “bucket list” for many years. I chose to go this year because I celebrated a milestone birthday, but more importantly I had a certain sense of urgency to visit these creatures...

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Wilderness Pet First Aid

April is National Pet First Aid Month, and what better way to raise awareness about this topic than discussing Wilderness First Aid for pets? After all, Spring is here, and it’s time to get outside to enjoy the sunshine and fresh air with your four-legged friend....

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On-Demand Pet Services

Today, many people are finding themselves transporting their pet back and forth from multiple veterinary appointments, taking time out of their workday, or combating the inevitable hassle of arranging someone else to take their pet.  That's what Jeanne Salem, a SAGE...

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Vaping Products Pose Severe Risk to Pets

In a 2018 letter to syndicated advice columnist Amy Dickinson, “Horrified” shared how her family nearly lost their beloved pup.1 Not to an illness or injury, but to vaping liquid. Horrified’s husband spilled the liquid on the floor and the dog ingested it and almost...

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Veterinarians Seeing Many Types of Marijuana Exposure

By Mary Ellen Finley, MS, DVM Emergency/Critical Care at SAGE Redwood City With the legalization of both medicinal and recreational marijuana, veterinarians are seeing more cases of pets getting into their parents’ stash. The ready availability of high-grade product,...

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7 Tips for Keeping Your Cat’s Weight Under Control

Just like humans, cats can get fluffy around the waistline when they eat too much and don’t exercise. And just like us, their health can suffer when they become overweight. Diabetes is the most common health problem that SAGE Veterinary Centers Internal Medicine...

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