Indoor Only Cats

Amanda M. Theodore, VMD, GVH Veterinarian Your pet’s lifestyle makes a big impact on their health, and one of the most important lifestyle choices that cat owners make is whether their pets will live indoors, outdoors or some combination of the two. Where your cat lives will influence their diet and activity level as [...]

Adopting Kittens

Growing up my family had a lot of animals but we never had any cats. It wasn't until recently that I was finally able to adopt kittens. Two kittens up for adoption recently came into Gilbertsville Veterinary Hospital for a routine visit. I was able to interact with them and fell in love with two [...]

Back to School With Your Dog

The beginning of the school year is the perfect time to go back to school with your dog too! Since dogs can learn at all ages and stages of life, it is never too late to correct bad habits, teach new tricks, and improve your relationship with your dog. Enrolling your dog in a training program [...]

Adopting a Less Adoptable Pet

Thor or Thor the Incredible as we like to call him, was adopted June 15th 2015 at just 10 weeks old. The decision to adopt was not an easy one because you could say Thor is a less adoptable pet.  As a puppy, Thor started having weakness in his legs, including tremors that make his back [...]

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