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  • Veterinary Technician Week!
    Veterinary Technicians are an important part of the veterinary team at City Pets Vet. He or she has many responsibilities throughout the day, including assisting the Veterinarian with patient exams Read more
  • Brushing Up on Pet Dental Health
    Did you know that on average adult dogs have 42 teeth and adult cats have 30 teeth? Cats and dogs can develop gingivitis, bad breath, tooth decay, and tooth root Read more
  • August Pet of the Month: Rupert
    Rupert is a 17 week old pug puppy. He loves attention and likes to be next to you all day long. His favorite activity is  running around while carrying  toys Read more
  • February Pet of the Month: Rio
    Rio is our Pet of the Month for February! Rio is a 6 year old labrador mix (lab, collie, boxer and pit bull). Her name means "river" and this is a Read more
  • July Pet of the Month: Ethel
    This lovely little lady goes by the name Ethel! Ethel is our smallest Pet of the Month so far, weighing in at only 990 grams (about 2 pounds)! She was originally Read more
  • June Pet of the Month: Ellie
    Meet our Pet of the Month for June, little Miss Ellie!  This sweet girl has traveled across the entire country by car, from sunny Florida all the way to Portland, Oregon. Read more
  • Is Your Cat Trying to Tell You Something?
    Animals often use body language to communicate, and a cat's tail is the perfect tool to help you understand your pet's mood. Tail held straight up: Your kitty is feeling friendly Read more
  • Foods to Avoid at Your Holiday BBQ
    Fourth of July festivities are right around the corner! Many people host BBQ parties to celebrate but may not know what types of food could be harmful to their pets. Read more
  • Flea & Tick 101
    Fleas, ticks and heartworms are prevalent in our area, even when outdoor temperatures decrease in the fall and winter months.  Fleas are the most common external parasite that we see with Read more
  • Tips for Grooming Cats
    Regular grooming is important in keeping cats comfortable and healthy. It also can alert owners to problems with the skin, presence of fleas and ticks, or new lumps on the Read more
  • Too Hot to Trot?
    These dog days of summer can be a fun time for both humans and pets!  When temperatures rise, it's important to take precautions to make sure our furry friends stay Read more
  • Dogs With Jobs
    A dog is man's best friend! Dogs are great companions - they can cheer us up on a bad day, make us laugh, and provide lasting friendship. Dogs keep us Read more

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  • "I love these guys! I was referred to them by my usual vet when they were completely booked and I was in a jam to get my sick kitty checked out before I left town. City Pets Vet worked me in immediately, gave my kitty great care, were very reasonable on pricing (did not ever try to upsell me on services or products), and were SO friendly to deal with. I will definitely go back! I have every confidence in their services."

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