Your Pet & Dealing with COVID-19 at Granville Veterinary Clinic

By April 7, 2020 0 Comments

I’d like to update you on what is going on at Granville Veterinary Clinic as we deal with everything going on around us during this COVID-19 crisis. Our goal is to continue to be here for you while taking every precaution to protect you and our staff. This means some of our processes have changed. …

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Veterinary Telemedicine in Licking County and Granville

By April 7, 2020 0 Comments

Telemedicine is a way to have a virtual appointment with a veterinarian. This has been around for several decades in human medicine but is newer to veterinary medicine. It is a way for pet owners to talk about their dog or cat’s problem in the convenience and safety of their own homes during this COVID-19…

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Have a Puppy? When is it Safe to Go to the Dog Park?

By February 27, 2020 0 Comments

A common question puppy owners ask is when can they start going to the dog park with their new puppy. This is an excellent and important question. The answer is – it depends. Here is the issue.With appropriate vaccinations, a puppy is not considered to have protective immunity against diseases such as parvovirus until they…

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How to Protect Yourself Against Tickborne Diseases

By February 7, 2020 0 Comments

Ticks are very common and tick borne diseases are become more prevalent every month in Licking County.  Just as you protect your dog with tick prevention medications, it is also important to protect yourself.  Everyone can take steps to prevent tick bites. Here are some tips:  Use Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)-registered insect repellentsExternal containing DEET, picaridin, IR3535,…

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Lyme Disease Increases in Granville, Heartworm Prevention still Present

By December 16, 2019 0 Comments

Lyme Disease Continues in Granville, so Does Heartworm Prevention Heartworm Disease is present in Licking County (in fact we diagnosed a dog as positive today). While we actively work to protect our patients from heartworm disease, we are terrified of the amount of Lyme positive dogs we are seeing.  In fact, we are seeing about…

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