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WHY 'TAKE YOUR CAT TO THE VET WEEK ' IS WORTH CELEBRATING

Fido has a bone to pick with Fluffy.  He just learned that even though cats take the lead in the number of U.S. pets by 15 million, dogs are taken to the vet twice as often as cats, according to an estimate released by the CATalyst Council and the American Humane Association.

These numbers really got the fur flying.  And they should. 

Even though Fido may not relish all the poking and prodding while Fluffy snoozes at home, he is concerned that Fluffy isn't getting the care she needs. And so are a lot of others.  That's why "Take Your Cat to the Vet Week" was created to draw attention to the need for regular feline wellness exams. 

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HAVE YOU BECOME A GOOD HUMAN YET?

Good Human Emergency Pre-registration ProgramJust because your animal companions don't have back-to-school to-do lists doesn't mean they don't need you to help them be prepared.

Good humans are prepared when emergencies happen. They are rewarded with peace of mind. Plus, by pre-registering with the Veterinary Teaching Hospital's "Good Human" Emergency Pre-Registration program, they get the standard $13 new patient registration fee waived.

Signing up is free, and thanks to our online form, it's easy to do.

What are you waiting for? Be a good human today!

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