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Coronavirus Updates

Coronavirus Updates

Our Hospital is Open With Precautions in Place to Keep You & Your Pets Safe With the rising threat of COVID-19 and recent mandates to restrict crowd interaction, we have implemented a new temporary policy to restrict clients from gathering in our lobby. At this time, our hospital remains open and…

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Get Pet Meds and More Online!

Get Pet Meds and More Online!

Get Your Pet's Meds & More Delivered Right To Your Door! Ordering pet prescriptions, preventives and other supplies online is so convenient, right? We get it! That’s why we are excited to announce that we've partnered with VetSource to give you an easy and convenient online option, in addition to purchasing your pet's…

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Coronavirus, You, and Your Pet

Coronavirus, You, and Your Pet

With coronavirus, or COVID-19, dominating the headlines, you might be wondering, “How does this affect me and my pet?” The truth is, there is still a great deal we don’t know about this novel virus. Here’s what we do know: At this time, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and…

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A Winter Dental Deal to Sink Your Teeth Into

A Winter Dental Deal to Sink Your Teeth Into

Did you know that by age three, 80% of dogs and 70% of cats have some signs of periodontal disease? It’s not just about bad breath: this condition can significantly impact a pet’s quality of life, causing mouth pain, tooth loss, and eventually, serious illness. It can also make it difficult for…

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What to do if you suspect your pet is growing a little too portly

What to do if you suspect your pet is growing a little too portly

With the New Year just starting, everyone is focusing on their list of resolutions... to be kinder, better, healthier in 2020. Have you considered making your pet part of your New Year’s resolutions? You might want to, especially if your furry friend is carrying a few extra pounds. According to the Association…

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Make Holiday Boarding & Grooming Appointments NOW!

Make Holiday Boarding & Grooming Appointments NOW!

Have holiday travel plans and need a place for your pet to stay? Goshen Animal Hospital offers the perfect home away from home for your furry family members. We offer clean, comfortable and veterinarian-supervised accommodations for dogs as well as cozy kitty condos for our feline guests. Our dedicated kennel…

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Stop the Tick-ing Time Bomb of Disease

Stop the Tick-ing Time Bomb of Disease

Why is the Lyme disease vaccine important? Here in Kentucky we have LOTS of ticks. Over 1000 dogs tested positive for the disease last year, and Lyme isn’t even the most common tick-borne illness: the Kentucky Department of Health and Human Services reports that our state has one of the highest rates of ehrlichiosis,…

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Treating Skin Allergies in Pets

Treating Skin Allergies in Pets

If your pet is always itching, licking their paws, chewing on their coat or scratching their ears, there’s a good chance they have skin allergies. Skin allergies are often caused by flea allergies, food allergies and environmental allergies—to alleviate your pet of this problem, you must first figure out the…

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Lyme Disease Awareness Month

Lyme Disease Awareness Month

Lyme disease is one of the most common tick-transmitted diseases in the world. While only 5–10 percent of affected dogs will have symptoms, when a canine does get Lyme disease, one of the most dominant clinical features is inflammation of the joints which causes lameness. Depression and lack of appetite…

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Cancer and Your Pet: What You Need to Know

Cancer and Your Pet: What You Need to Know

It’s a scary statistic: The Animal Cancer Foundation (ACF) reports that one in four dogs and one in five cats will develop cancer in their lifetime. In fact, it’s the leading cause of death for dogs over the age of two. During the month of May at Goshen Animal Clinic,…

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Coronavirus Updates - Goshen Animal Clinic

Our Hospital is Open With Precautions in Place to Keep You & Your Pets Safe

We are now requiring that all pets be picked up at the curb for their appointments and client interactions with our staff will take place via telephone, email or curbside.

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