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    COLD WEATHER PLANNING FOR PETS Nicole Bode, CVTVeterinary Information SpecialistPet Poison Helpline Some of us love the colder weather, some of us dread it from the first snowfall to the last snowmelt Read more
  • I Worry About My Cat!
    I Worry About My Cat!Posted on December 19, 2016 by Pet Connection By Margaret Gates The primary things that cats worry about are food and safety.  Basically, for a cat, that means Read more
  • Feline Obesity and Weight Management
    Did you know? The average domestic cat should ideally weigh approximately 8 to 10 pounds.  However, more than 50% of household cats in the US are obese or overweight.  The feline Read more
  • September is Happy Cat Month!
    Here at Lenox Hill Veterinarians it is our mission to keep our New York City cats happy all year round. The CATalyst Council recognizes September as Happy Cat Month! This Read more
  • June 26th is Bring Your Dog To Work Day!
    Have you ever thought about bringing your dog to work? Well this Friday is take your dog to work day! Take Your Dog to Work Day is observed on June 26, 2015. Read more
  • April Is Lyme Disease Prevention Month
    April is recognized as Lyme Disease Prevention Month. Lyme disease is something that pet owners who travel out New England, New Jersey, Long Island, and Upstate NY should be highly aware Read more
  • 8 Tips For Caring For Your Pet This Winter
    #1 Avoid Car Cat-astrophes Cars are particularly attractive to animals in the winter-time, especially frigid cats that love to climb up under the hood and curl up on the warm motor. Read more
  • Poison Prevention Week. 3/15-3/21
    Lenox Hill Veterinarians wants to bring attention to common pet poisons to mark National Poison Prevention Awareness Week beginning March 15. Our mission here at Lenox Hill Veterinarians is to make Read more
  • Responsible Pet Owners Month
    Along with National Pet Dental Month, February is also recognized as Responsible Pet Owners Month by the AVMA (American Veterinary Medical Association). Now who exactly is a responsible pet owner?  Owning a Read more
  • February is National Pet Dental Month!
    Is the worst part of cuddling with your pet its bad breath? This could be a sign of looming dental problems. Preventive veterinary dental care can save you money in Read more
  • Watching Your Pets Diet Through The Holiday Season
    Holiday season is upon us— a busy time of year for festivities, socializing and of course, lots of eating! And gaining those “holiday pounds” is not just a problem for Read more

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