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COVID-19… Precautions When Visiting PriorityVet

Please be aware of the following update to visit protocols and the sign posted on the door of our practice: By Order of the Governor of the State of New Jersey and CDC:  NO CLIENT ENTRY UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE Upon arrival at Priorityvet, please stay in

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Feline Heart Disease

If your cat is experiencing breathing difficulty or sudden inability to walk, seek veterinary attention immediately. BackgroundHeart disease in cats is very different from that in dogs. Cats typically suffer from heart muscle disease (cardiomyopathy). Dogs more often have valvular disease. In many cats, no changes

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After-Hours Urgent Care for Dogs and Cats

Diets and Heart Disease

*Any pet owner noticing signs of heart problems – such as: coughing, breathing changes, irregular heartbeat, or exercise intolerance –  or having any concerns about their pet should contact their primary veterinarian, or PriorityVet after-hours, at their earliest convenience for a thorough evaluation.* Please read the

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Animal Rescue Organizations

Rescues really do make the best pets, but do you know the facts about rescue organizations? What is a Rescue? Animal rescue organization is defined by the state of New Jersey as “an individual or group of individuals who, with or without salary or compensation, house and

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