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Serving Parma Heights and

Cleveland Ohio for 40 years

"We Care For Your Pets"

440-888-2400


Veterinarian / Entrepeneur Wanted

We along with many others are looking for an enthusiastic veterinarian to join us and our community. Evaluate our mission, open communication policy and high value strategy. See if it fits your needs and desires. Come teach some old dogs new tricks and pursue your own interests and avocations. We have a wonderful staff and lots of toys.

Call or email jcross@wecareforpets.com


NEWS AROUND THE COUNTRY

Another Reason to Banish Parasites (01/18/2021)

Bartonella is a type bacteria that can be transmitted to cats, dogs and humans from exposure to infected fleas and ticks.



The Best Fruits and Veggies for Dogs (01/18/2021)

Want to give your pup yummy, low-calorie treats? We’ve got the skinny on which foods are OK to feed him.



Food Puzzles Are Worth the Effort (01/18/2021)

Not sure about food puzzles? Our veterinarian reveals why the payoff for your pet is well worth any extra work.



5 Ways to Care for Your Pet's Teeth (01/18/2021)

With these simple dental care tips, you can help keep your canine’s adorable smile shiny and healthy for life.



AVMA SMARTBRIEFS

Working with livestock raises MRSA risk for vets (01/15/2021)

Veterinarians are nearly eight times as likely to carry livestock-associated methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus as p -More



Intestinal TB found in dead Australian sea lion pup (01/15/2021)

Mycobacterium pinnipedii, the bacteria that causes tuberculosis in seals and sea lions, was found in the abdomen of a 3-year- -More



Veterinarian ensures wildlife are part of disaster response (01/15/2021)

Veterinarian Jamie Peyton began thinking about developing what is now the Wildlife Disaster Network when she treated a bear i -More



Avian influenza outbreaks continue in Asia, Europe (01/15/2021)

More than 20 million chickens in Japan and South Korea have been culled since November, and highly pathogenic H5N8 avian infl -More