212020Mar

Temporary VCH Adjusted Hours due to COVID-19

Business Hours: Starting on Monday March 23rd, 2020 we will be adjusting our hours to help keep our staff and community safe. We want to still be available for our clients to serve your pets. Our new temporary hours are as the following: Monday thru Friday 9:30am to 5:30pm: Curbside appointments Monday thru Friday 8:00am…

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42020Aug

Exciting News!

Hello Everyone! We wanted to take a moment to discuss what has been happening at The Veterinary Center of Hudson and Bed and Bark since you have been gone. We have been making some exciting changes within our hospital. First, we have painted and added new artwork in the waiting room, exam rooms and treatment…

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142020Jul

VCH Covid-19 Update

Hello Everyone! We wanted to take a moment to provide an update as far as our reopening is concerned.  We targeted July as the month we would start allowing our clients to re-enter the building for appointments, and have been busy making preparations and developing protocols to do so safely.  With the recent spikes in…

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152020May

VCH Will Be Returning to Our Original Hours

Good News: Starting Monday May 18th 2020, we will be returning to our regular business hours. Monday thru Thursday: 7:30am-8:00pm Friday: 7:30-5:00pm Saturday: 8-2pm We would like to continue to keep our clients and community safe. We will be continuing our curbside appointments as we further monitor the situation. We will also be continuing our…

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142020Mar

Updated Statement on VCH Policies for COVID-19

We wanted to take a few moments to address some of your concerns regarding COVID-19 and your pets.  We are constantly reviewing all information and data available from organizations such as The World Health Organization (WHO), The Centers For Disease Control (CDC), The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA), and The American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA).   At this…

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192018Jul

Heat Stroke in Dogs

With the warm weather comes the increased risk of heat stroke (hyperthermia) in our pets. While we all enjoy having our dog join us when playing outside or taking a car ride, dogs cannot eliminate heat as effectively as we can and they can become overheated very quickly. Once the body temperature rises to 105…

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