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Limerick Vet. Hospital News

Below you will find a list of articles that we at Limerick Veterinary Hospital feel may benefit our clients and patients.

Good bye Laci Pooh

Yesterday we lost our dear friend, Laci Pooh. She passed peacefully with her parents Susan and Ray, and many of her LVH family close by. She was so special to all of us.

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February is Dental Month

February is Dental month!! We at Limerick Veterinary Hospital celebrate by offering our clients 10% off their pets' dental procedures and dental products. Pets Need Dental Care too. Call to schedule your Appointment Today. 610-489-2848 Can not be combined with any other discounts.

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Having Prescriptions filled at your Veterinarian

The Benefits of Having Prescriptions filled at your Veterinarians Office. Why should you fill your pet’s medication at your veterinarian’s office? Haven’t we all seen those commercials where Betty White comes on screen with a Golden Retriever by her side and a kitty in her lap? The advertisement boasts the easy and cheaper cost of buying medications online that can be shipped to your home.

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A Good Litter Box Relationship

Establishing a Good Litter Box Relationship for Your Kitty One of the most essential things a cat must do to be an indoor pet is to have great litter box habits. Cats who take their bathroom habits out of the box and into other areas of the house are much more likely to be relinquished to shelters and many of these may be considered unadoptable and face euthanasia. Even the most patient and loving of cat owners can become frustrated with a feline who does its business in places other than the litter box. The best way to prevent this is to give kitties what they want, and research has given us insights into exactly what that is!

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Acupuncture, like all medicine, has been evolving over the last 3,000 years. This energy belief system can now be correlated with our pet’s nervous and circulatory systems via Anatomy and “Western Medicine” techniques. Acupuncture is becoming more popular as an integrative therapy in veterinary medicine, in order to “balance” the body.

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Click It or Ticket in NJ!

New Jersey drivers can now face fines up to $1,000 and up to six months in jail for carrying an unrestrained pet in their vehicle. Fines range from $250 to $1,000 per pet that is riding unrestrained in a car in New Jersey. The state is cracking down for safety reasons, citing pets as possible projectiles in an automobile accident. The fine could end up costing people more money than if they themselves had not worn a seat belt, according to an article on

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Summer Vacations

Summer vacations are fast approaching, and whether your pets will be going with you, staying with a sitter, or boarding there are some important documents that you should consider having updated.

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Summer Precautions

It is great to enjoy summer with your pet. It is also the time when your pets have the greatest risk of injury and heat related problems. Here are some tips to keep your pet cool in the summer.

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