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  • Holiday Hazards
    All of us at Tri-State Vet wish for you and your pets a Happy, Healthy, Holiday Season!Here is some valuable information for you about Holiday HazzardsLiquid Potpourri: Ingestion can prove Read more
  • VCPR What is it? Why you should care -AVMA
    Veterinarian-Client-Patient Relationship (VCPR)FAQThe following FAQs provide simplified explanations and answers about the VCPR as it relates to the veterinary care of pets. These FAQs do not address the VCPR in animal Read more
  • Pet Ownership Guide For Kids
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  • Lyme Disease (Christina Forras DVM)
    Canine Lyme DiseaseLyme disease is a common infectious disease in the Northeast. It is endemic in New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. Lyme is a bacterial disease (Borrelia burgdorferi) transmitted Read more
  • What vaccines does my dog need?
                What vaccines does my dog need?There are vaccines that are required by law,  and there are vaccines that are considered either core ( meaning highly recommended by Read more
  • Managing pain in Cats & Dogs
      Managing Pain in Cats and DogsPain can be acute (short lived) or chronic (long term). It can also be sharp or smoldering and of low or high intensity. Pain Read more
  • Look into my Eyes
    "Look into my Eyes"Take the time to look closely at your pets eyes so you know what they look like normally. There should be minimal or no discharge collected in Read more
  • Canine Influenza
    Canine InfluenzaTri-State Veterinary Medical Group  845-856-1914                                            33 Jersey Avenue,   Port Jervis, New York                       Dear Friends,In an effort to provide our clients with the highest level of care, we have Read more
  • Cat Over-Grooming?
    Cat over grooming him/her self and pulling hair out!Parasites, like fleas and mites, will cause a cat to over groom, lick excessively, pull hair out and itch.  Treating the cat Read more
  • How To Get Rid Of Fleas On My Cat
    How to get rid of Fleas on my CatFleas are best found on a cat by looking along the cats belly, around the lower back & the tail base, as Read more
  • Why Is My Dog Coughing?
    Why is My Dog Coughing?There are many causes of coughing in dogs.  Too many in fact to discuss in this writing.  I would like to share the most common causes, Read more
  • The Coughing Cat
    The Coughing CatTrue coughing in cats is rare and may be confused with gagging up hair balls. Coughing in cats is caused mainly by asthma, heart worm infection and lung Read more
  • Cost and savings example for Heartgard & Frontline plus
    Cost and savings example for Heartgard & Frontline plusBased on large dog doses'12 doses Heartgard 50 - 100 lbs       $90.25Less manufacturer mail in rebate   -$12.00$78.25 /2 Read more
  • Great Spring deals for Heartworm/Flea/Tick Prevention
    Spring Heartworm/Flea/Tick Preventive Deals!Activyl/Activyl PlusBuy 6 doses or more of Activyl/Activyl plus per petGet a $15.00 rebate check back , and before your Activyl supply runsout you will receive a Read more
  • Obesity
    Obesity is the most common nutritional disorder that occurs among pets in the United States. The primary cause for obesity is overfeeding. It is easy to want to feed our Read more
  • Stenotic Nares
    French Bulldogs are pretty much one of the cutest pups in the world. One of their big traits associated with this little smushed face breed is their adorable snorting. Along Read more
  • My Golden Retriever puppy
    I recently adopted a Golden Retriever puppy. He has been doing great with training, he knows "sit", "stay", and "drop it". He has been awesome with housetraining. But the one Read more
  • Crates and My Dogs
    I am a strong believer that crates can be a dog's best friend. It keeps them out of trouble like getting into the garbage, chewing furniture, and fighting with my Read more
  • Before you visit that low cost vaccine clinic
    Before you go to that low cost vaccine clinic Please read this: The single most important thing your vet does for your pet is a Physical Exam. Read more
  • June at TSVMG
    It is hard to believe this month is flying by and almost over. We have welcomed 2 new employees into our TSV family,  Jen Wyca our newest LVT Read more
  • Dentistry anyone? by Hank Severino
    OK folks. Here's the deal. Your dogs and cats need dental care as much as we do. Over 60% of dogs and cats over 3 years old have some stage Read more
  • Changing cat scratch behavior
    Managing Destructive cat scratching behavior A link to a very informative video provided by Cornell http://www.partnersah.vet.cornell.edu/destructive-scratching Read more
  • Donations Needed
    We all know people who are struggling right now. We are accepting food donations for the pet food pantry. We would also like you to keep the Port Jervis Humane Read more
  • Reprint that I find hilarious
    Giving Cats Pills  INSTRUCTIONS FOR GIVING YOUR CAT A PILL1. Pick cat up and cradle it in the crook of your left arm as if holding a baby. Position Read more
  • Soft Doggie Cookies
    Soft Doggie Cookies 3 (2 1/2 oz. each) jars of baby food; either beef or chicken 1/4 cup Dry milk powder 1/4 cup Wheat germ or cream Read more
  • End of a busy day
    Today was a satisfying day. We said hello to some old friends and welcomed some new friends to our TSVMG family. In addition to our wellness exams, we performed a Read more
  • November is Pet Diabetes Awareness Month!
    by Alyse The month of November brings along chilly temperatures andmore layers of clothing - but is that the only thing you've seen a change in? Read more
  • Let it snow, really?
    I was just getting ready for frost on the pumpkin and not quite considering the possiblity snow. Since there is not much we can do about this (besides Read more
  • Pumpkin Dog Cookies
    PUMPKIN WAFERS DOG TREAT RECIPEIngredients: One 15 oz. can mashed pure pumpkin (NOT the spiced pie filling)3/4 cup cream of wheat (or rice cereal if wheat-sensitive) You can mix this dry--no Read more
  • Saturday
    Hmmmm someone did not get to read our blog, 2 dogs with chocolate consumption. Wrappers & all. Read more
  • Cats & Hairballs
    Hairballs, which are spit up, are a common problem seen in cats.  Accumulation of hair in the stomach of the cat is a direct result of the significant portion of Read more
  • Halloween
     Halloween approaches and with it all the trick or treat goodies. We can not say it often enough. Do not let your pets have chocolate. In addition to the Read more
  • Busy, Busy, Busy
    In addition to a full appointment schedule, we had a few interesting procedures.One toe amputation. One foreign body object removal, 3 dentals,  an ultrasound.and an assortmentment of radiographs. Phew! Read more
  • October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month for our 4 legged friends too!
    More commonly referred to as mammary gland cancer- the veterinary equivalent to breast cancer can be significantly decreased by spaying pets when they're young. What causes mammary gland cancer is unknown, though hormones Read more
  • Lovely Teddi modeling her doggles for Treatment
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  • Welcome to our Blog
    Here we hope to keep you informed of new products, alerts, services and share daily happenings. We will also be providing case histories and progress reports. Please join us with Read more

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