The Blog

Congratulations on Retirement, Dr. Westfall!

Dr. Westfall will be retiring at the end of the year, and though we’re happy for him to get time to relax, we’re certainly sad to see him go! He has been invaluable to Hudson Road Animal Hospital and the entire community since he started working here in 1980. He has made this hospital who […]

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Back to School (and Back to Hunting Season)!

If your hunting companion has had a relaxing summer with limited activity, it’s crucial that you help him get back in shape before hunting season is in full swing! With the proper preparation and training, hunters and their dogs can enjoy this upcoming season safely together. Diet Hunting dogs expel high amounts of energy throughout […]

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Bark for Life 2016

Join Us at Bark for Life on May 7 Hudson Road Animal Hospital is excited to participate in Bark for Life at Ojibway Park on Saturday, May 7 from 9am to 11am. The theme, “A Cure: It’s PAWsible,” represents all that Relay for Life can do for survivors and their canine caregivers. The American Cancer […]

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Microchip Your Pets Before Your Busy Summer

One out of every three pets will become lost at some point in their lives, and pets are more likely to become lost in the summer since they spend more time outside and in unfamiliar areas. Microchip implants can help reunite these lost pets with their owners. Not only are microchips effective, they’re permanent, too. […]

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Leptospirosis in Dogs

This bacterial disease can be found in most animals, including livestock (cattle, sheep, and pigs) and wildlife (raccoons, deer, opossums, rats, and other rodents). Leptospirosis is passed through urine and into water sources where bacteria can then reproduce and remain infective for a long time. Nearly any dog could be exposed to it when walking […]

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