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Vet Care for Pet Emergencies at Braden River Animal Hospital and North River Animal Hospital

5 Things to Know When We Evaluate and Treat a Pet Emergency By Dr. Johnathan Pierce                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               In the world today, there are very few things that bring us joy like our pets.  Unfortunately, like with humans, emergencies happen with our pets, as well.  When pets display irregular symptoms like continued vomiting and […]

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Enhancing Patient Care and Client Communications Through Digital Technology

Enhancing Patient Care and Client Communications Through Digital Technology

At both Braden River and North River Animal Hospitals, we’ve been working hard in 2018 to integrate a better and more exciting way to enhance our relationships with you by continually striving to expand our services and communication platforms. As we finish up the month of March, we are excited to share several innovative technologies we’ve been […]

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For the Love of Pets: How Compassion and Expertise Drive our Veterinary Team

For the Love of Pets: How Compassion and Expertise Drive our Veterinary Team

With the arrival of 2018, we would like to thank every client and friend of Braden River Animal Hospital and North River Animal Hospital for your continued support. As we enter our 16th year of serving the pet community, the practices and our caring and compassionate veterinary teams have never been stronger. As we continue to focus […]

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Hurricane Protection for Your Pets

Hurricane Protection for Your Pets

First and foremost, most shelters will not accept pets. Manatee County now has three shelters that accept pets, Lincoln Middle School, Lee Middle School and Manatee High School. All pets must be in carriers or kennels and be up to date on all vaccinations. Be prepared to offer proo f of vaccinations. These shelters will fill up […]

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Beat the Heat

Beat the Heat

Helping Rover Beat The Heat People usually prepare themselves for the dangers of increased temperatures. But as the dog days of summer approach, our trusted companions also need special attention to insure that they don’t get burned. Like for us, the summer months bring an increased danger of heat exhaustion and heat stroke for dogs. People naturally […]

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