Current New’s & Information

March Mewsletter (Archive)


March MewsLetter

Spring is near and so is puppy and kitten season! This month’s MewsLetter is an important topic and one near and dear to Dr. Ai’s heart. We encourage you to have discussions with your family



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February MewsLetter (Archive)


February MewsLetter 2016
Dental Awareness Month
 

Fun Facts:

By age 3, 70% of cats and 80% of dogs have some form of periodontal disease.
The walrus has the longest canines, which can reach a length of 1 m (3 ft 3 in) and



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December Mews-Letter (Part 2)


December Mews-Letter

Holiday Gatherings and House Guests

The holidays and New Year is a wonderful time to have friends and family gather and celebrate. Parties, dinners, and



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December Mews-Letter (Archive)


December Mews-Letter

Happy Holidays and Happy New Year from the Hampden Veterinary Clinic!! This is a wonderful time of year of gathering with two legged and four legged family and friends as well as a time of reflection



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November Mews-Letter (Archive)


November Mews-Letter

With the start of daylight savings and the leaves falling off the trees, we are entering into the holiday rush and the end of the year. November is a wonderful month to be grateful for what 2015 has brought us and gives us time to reflect on the things we are



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September Mews-Letter (Archive)


Hampden Veterinary
September Mews-Letter

Office Hour Update:
In addition to our normal business hours, we have extended our office hours on Wednesday and Fridays to better accommodate you and your pet! You can find a veterinarian in



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August Mews-Letter (Archive)


August News letter
It’s Time to Go to Camp
Are you spending more time out at camp? If your four legged pet is accompanying you to camp here are some pointers to keep them safe and out of our office!
Dogs:
Rinse them daily to remove any bacteria or algae from their coats
Dry them



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Canine Respiratory Outbreak Update 9/22/2015


As many of you are aware the Bangor and great Bangor area experienced a recent canine respiratory infection outbreak. This highly contagious disease is typically caused by one of the many infectious agents such as canine adenovirus, parainfluenza virus, or bacteria called boredetella bronchiseptica. It is a highly contagious infection that is spread by nose to nose contact



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Canine Influenza


What is canine influenza (dog flu)?
Canine influenza (also known as dog flu) is a contagious respiratory disease in dogs caused by specific Type A influenza viruses known to infect dogs. These are called “canine influenza viruses.” Dog flu is a disease of dogs. No human infections with canine influenza have ever been reported. There



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