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Emerging from 16 Months of Social Distancing

Veterinarians examine a dog

I saw my first “real” clients in 16 months last week as AMC slowly starts to reopen to pet families (see our “About Your Visit” page for the latest protocols and policies). After the difficulties of the past months, the experience seemed somewhat surreal and I will share my experience and feeling as a veterinarian

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How to Care for a Blind Dog or Cat

A blind cat

Certain medical conditions upset pet families more than others, an amputation of the tail or a limb, for example. Another is loss of vision in their pet. Pets lose vision for many of the same reasons people do, including glaucoma, cataracts and degeneration of the retina. In small breed dogs with bulging eyes, the eye

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Celebrating the 2021 Intern Class at AMC: A Year of Adapting to Adapting

Dr. Laura Chadsey with her dog at AMC Cancer Institute

The pandemic has sidelined many traditions and rites of passage, such as weddings, graduations and birthday parties. However, one tradition that has continued at the Animal Medical Center, despite the pandemic, is the arrival of the new class of interns in June. In 2020, our interns arrived a bit later than usual because of the

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