Blog

  • Apr 01 2020

    Visiting the clinic? Here’s what you need to know

    If you are planning to visit the clinic please call us first. The front door is being kept locked for everyone’s safety. UPON ARRIVAL For Animal Visits: Please return to…

  • Mar 17 2020

    Covid-19 Update

    At Scott Veterinary Clinic, we are committed to the health of our clients and companion patients. As such, we are closely monitoring the developing COVID-19 crisis. At this time, we are…

  • Mar 17 2020

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    COVID-19

    With the recent concerns and uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak, we wanted to reach out to let each of you know that we remain open for business and are committed…

  • Dec 21 2019

    Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

    Warmest wishes to all from your friends at Scott Veterinary Clinic! Two thousand and nineteen has been another busy year here at Scott Veterinary Clinic. We have all been very…

  • Nov 13 2019

    Winter Hazards

    Autumn certainly disappeared in a hurry! We no sooner finished raking leaves and the cold weather was here. Winter can be a beautiful time of year, with fresh snowfalls, outdoor…

  • Oct 22 2019

    Halloween Hazards

    It’s easy to get caught up in all the excitement at Halloween but we need to remember to be extra vigilant with our pets during this busy time. Whether it’s…

  • Jun 11 2019

    ♫ Summer Time, Summer Time, Sum-Sum-Summertime ♫♪♫

    Finally the weather is warming up. After what seemed like an eternity of rain we have sunshine and blue skies. This is the time of year to remember that we…

  • Jun 03 2019

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    Heartworm testing

    Each year starting April 15th we begin drawing blood samples from dogs 6 months of age or older. With the antigen test that we use we are actually looking for…

  • May 14 2019

    How Do I Bring My Cat to the Vet?

    Is bringing your kitty to the clinic a nightmare? Do you end up scratched and bleeding and still not have him in his carrier? This is an all too common…

  • May 09 2019

    Why Should I Bring My Cat to the Vet? He Never Goes Outside.

      Regular visits to the vet for our feline fur-babies are very important, even if they live indoors. Indoor cats need to be vaccinated and dewormed. They should also be…