Newletters

Welcome to the HIGHlands Veterinary Hospital Newsletters. Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns.

May 2019 Newsletter

Welcome to Your May Newsletter. Autumn is a lovely time of the year. After the heat of summer, it is a time to chill out and enjoy the cooler days. Pets enjoy the change as well, as they seem to have more energy. Dogs can get outside and play their hearts out, which...

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March 2019 Newsletter

Welcome to Your March Newsletter. With the arrival of March, we can look forward to cooler weather although there will still be some hot days yet to try our patience. What are some of the things we should be aware of with our pets? As the weather cools, you can take...

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February 2019 Newsletter

Welcome to Your February Newsletter. Summer is shining on us in all its glory with the heat testing even the hardy wildlife. It’s nice to see people putting out water stations for the wildlife, just to help give them a little respite from the dehydrating effects of...

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November 2018 Newsletter

Welcome to Your November Newsletter. We now have less than two months left until Christmas. If you are going away and can’t take your pet, you had better book that pet caregiver. There are a lot of choices, so do your homework and find the best for your precious pet....

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October 2018 Newsletter

Welcome to your October Newsletter. Here at HIGHlands Veterinary Hospital, we believe in prevention and early diagnosis for your pet. If a disease or infection is caught early, it can be a lot easier to treat and cure. The secret to achieving this is to bring your pet...

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September 2018 Newsletter

What a welcome relief to see Spring once more on our doorstep. Warmer, longer days allow older pets some relief, while for younger animals it heralds in a time of frolicking and enjoying life. For the team at HIGHlands, it heralds in a busy season with many pets...

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July 2018 Newsletter

Welcome to Your June Newsletter! With the winter firmly settled in consider your pets and what their needs are during the bleak winter conditions. Keep your pet well exercised to prevent weight gain and have fresh water available as indoor heating can dehydrate them....

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June 2018 Newsletter

Welcome to Your June Newsletter! This newsletter starts a new era in pet care for HIGHlands where our goal is to keep you updated on information that is vital to you and your pet. Each month we will bring you news of new innovations in treatment, preventative measures...

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