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Prepping Your Pet for Surgery

What Can I Do to Prep My Pet for Surgery? Even routine surgical procedures can be stressful for pets and pet owners. It is critical that you follow the advice of your veterinarian in order to help ensure the procedure goes as smoothly as possible. It is not a good idea to feed your dog…

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What is Osteoarthritis?

The below article was created with the help of Dr. Steve Mehler, who has been certified in surgery by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons since 2007. His special interests include minimally invasive surgery, interventional radiology, and surgical diseases of the extrahepatic biliary tract in dogs and cats. His work has been published in many…

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November is Pet Cancer Awareness Month

November Is National Pet Cancer Awareness Month It’s important that pet owners familiarize themselves not only with the signs and symptoms of cancer, but also with the wide range of treatment options available. We here at HOPE are very fortunate in our ability to provide a wide range of cancer therapies, including surgery, radiation therapy,…

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Missing Familiar Footsteps this Holiday Season

Coping with pet loss

Facing the holiday season for the first time following the loss of your beloved companion animal can be extremely challenging. The holidays represent a time for joy and reflection, but when you have lost your pet, you might feel unable to celebrate, because your lap or the space next to you is empty.  Participating in…

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Pet photos with Santa

Shots by Shawnna Photography presents Pet Photos with Santa at Hope Veterinary Specialists on Saturday, November 9, 2019, from 10 am to 1 pm. Families are welcome. No appointment is necessary! Located at 33 Three Tun Road, Malvern, PA 19355 $10 per session which includes 1- 4×6 print. Flashdrive of all photos an additional $25.…

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Is Radiation Therapy Safe for My Pet?

Pet dental cleaning

What Is Radiation Therapy? Cancer can affect humans as well as animals, and many different treatment options are available. Radiation therapy is a type of treatment that uses targeted beams of energy to deliver a high dose of radiation to a cancerous tumor while minimizing the radiation received by the healthy, normal tissue surrounding it.…

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Expanded Emergency Service + Emergency Surgery Availability 24/7

Hope Veterinary Specialists is excited to announce the continued expansion of our Emergency Service! As is made readily apparent by the closing of several other emergency services in Eastern Pennsylvania, the regional shortage of both doctors and nursing staff have made it very difficult for emergency services to remain viable. Given that, Hope has made…

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Veterinary Ultrasound

Ultrasound is a non-invasive procedure that utilizes high frequency sound waves to digitally send images of the areas being scanned for immediate evaluation by the radiologist. The images are viewed in real time and allow for quick diagnosis and treatment when indicated. Ultrasound is primarily used as a diagnostic tool when evaluating internal organ systems…

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National Veterinary Technician Week: October 13th -19th, 2019

NATIONAL VETERINARY TECHNICIAN WEEK: October 13 – 19, 2019 Veterinary Nursing in Action Your pet deserve the best in pet care and it takes everyone on the veterinary health care team to make that happen. The National Association of Veterinary Technicians in America (NAVTA) recognized that fact and created National Veterinary Technician Week (NVTW). As…

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Toxic Blue-Green Algae

Pet Owners Beware! Toxic Blue-Green Algae Blooms Are Dangerous for Your Pets. Algae is present naturally in rivers, ponds, lakes and even puddles. When conditions are ripe, including high temperatures and sun exposure in the summer and fall, they can turn rapidly into blooms with high concentrations of toxins. These toxins are dangerous for your…

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