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  • Four Signs It May Be Time to See a Veterinary Dermatologist
    Four Signs It May Be Time to See a Veterinary Dermatologist When a pet is showing signs of illness such as vomiting, diarrhea, strange eating and drinking habits, and weight loss, Read more
  • Information related to FDA statement on Bravecto, Nextgard, Credelio, Simparica
    The above flea and tick medications are not under recall notice.  These medications are considered safe and effective by the FDA.  The FDA is asking the three different manufacturers of these Read more
  • The Importance of Pet Dental Hygiene
    Millhopper Veterinary Medical Center: Why Dental Hygiene is Important For Pets Pet dental health is just as important as your own dental health. Unfortunately, it is also the most overlooked aspect Read more
  • Don't Let Your Dog Drink the Water: The Dangers of Blue-Green Algae
    Don't Let Your Dog Drink The Water: The Dangers of Blue-Green Algae With Our Gainesville Veterinarians When most people hear the words blue algae, they immediately think of some kind of Read more
  • Preventing Heat Stress and Injury
    Preventing Heat Stress and Injury in Pets With Our Gainesville Veterinarian At Millhopper Veterinary Medical Center, our Gainesville, FL veterinarian team helps pet owners protect their animals from preventable health conditions. Read more
  • Your First Pet-Friendly Road Trip
    Your First Pet-Friendly Road Trip: What To Pack and How to Prepare Road trips with your pet require a bit of preparation to make sure your pet is safe so that Read more
  • Protect Your Pet from Heartworm Disease and Other Outdoor Parasites
    Protect Your Pet from Heartworm Disease and Other Outdoor Parasites Summer is fast approaching, and your pets probably love the warm weather and fresh air the season provides. While summer weather Read more
  • National Pet Poison Prevention Month
    National Pet Poison Prevention Month with our Gainesville VeterinariansPoisoning is a problem that doesn't get enough attention in the pet world. That's why we're offering information in recognition of Pet Read more
  • Pet Dental Health Month
    February is National Pet Dental Health Month!It's National Pet Dental Health Month, and in celebration, we at Millhopper Veterinary Medical Center in Gainesville, FL are providing important facts about keeping your pet's Read more
  • How To Weatherproof Your Home For Your Pet
    Millhopper Veterinary Medical Center Offers Advice on Weatherproofing Your HomeLike people, pets are affected by changes in weather and can sometimes develop health problems because of it. Even in Florida, Read more
  • The Importance of Walking Your Pet
    The Importance of Walking Your Pet by our Gainesville VeterinarianAt Millhopper Veterinary Medical Center, we want you to know how important it is to walk your pet. Both you and your pet Read more
  • Tips For Caring For An Older Pet
    Millhopper Veterinary Medical Center Offers Senior Care For Your PetThe veterinary professionals at Millhopper Veterinary Medical Center provide care for pets at all stages of life. But when pets enter Read more
  • Benefits of Adopting a Shelter Pet
    Top 5 Benefits of Adopting a Shelter PetAt Millhopper Veterinary Medical Center, we recommend our clients adopt a shelter pet when possible. Here are five of the top benefits of Read more
  • How a Veterinarian Plans Pet Nutrition?
    How a Veterinarian Plans Pet Nutrition in Gainesville?Nutrition is the cornerstone of health in both pets and people. Here in Gainesville, we like to talk to pet parents about proper Read more
  • What Does It Mean to Spay and Neuter Your Dog or and Cat?
    What Does It Mean to Spay and Neuter Your Dog or and Cat in Gainesville?When your veterinarian in Gainesville surgically sterilizes a female dog or cat, it is called spaying. Surgically Read more
  • What to Look for In a Pet Dentist
    What to Look for In a Pet Dentist in Gainesville, FloridaYou know that your pet needs regular veterinary care to keep his or her body healthy. However, did you realize Read more

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