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August 2015

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By |August 12th, 2015|

While our main hospital is amazing and can provide every service we offer on site, sometimes you just need to slow things down. Have you been to our clinic locations?!

Jamestown Animal Clinic on Narragansett Ave and Newport Animal Clinic on Thames Street still allow our doctors to provide our high standard of care, but in a smaller, one-on-one setting.

If you would like to schedule your next appointment at a clinic, just ask-- staff at any location can help!
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Be polite for Dog's sake ... barkpost.com/discover/dog-body-language-charts/ Illustrations by Lili Chin.

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Did you know that February is dental health month? While raising awareness is important, we focus on dental health all 12 months of the year!

Periodontal disease is the most common dental condition in dogs and cats – by the time your pet is 3 years old, he or she will very likely have some early evidence of periodontal disease, which will worsen as your pet grows older if effective preventive measures aren’t taken. Early detection and treatment are critical, because advanced periodontal disease can cause severe problems and pain for your pet. Periodontal disease doesn’t just affect your pet’s mouth-- infection can cause significant disease affecting the kidneys, liver, and heart.

The treatment of periodontal disease involves a thorough dental cleaning, and x-rays may be needed to determine the severity of the disease. Your veterinarian will then make recommendations based on your pet’s overall health and the health of your pet’s teeth, and provide you with options to consider.

If you are concerned about periodontal disease in your pet, contact our office at 401-849-3400 or nah@newportanimalhospital.com to set up an appointment today!
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Look at these babies!! We were just reminded that this gorgeous litter of puppies turned 5 YEARS OLD TODAY! We can't believe it! Happy Birthday Dory, Millie, Frank, Josie & Maddy!

Click here to read their adoption story! www.newportanimalhospital.com/anguillan-island-dogs-spring-2011/
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The snow isn't getting us down-- our boarding dogs LOVE the snow-filled play yard! Here is Rio, enjoying the winter weather! ... See MoreSee Less

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Our therapy laser is the latest and the greatest-- The CTX from Companion Therapy Laser!

It allows us to customize protocols that are exactly right for your pet! The laser's on-board computer configures protocols with not only specific target power & energy density, but also takes into account the size of the treatment area, body type, coat length, coat color, even skin color! A perfect treatment every time!
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"Can I keep these glasses?!" Miss Laney is feeling pretty great after her laser therapy! ... See MoreSee Less

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Newport Animal Hospital is excited to offer Laser Therapy to our patients!

Laser therapy is an effective and safe treatment that can reduce inflammation and pain in your pet, as well as promote faster healing.

Emerging science has shown veterinary laser therapy as an effective option in treating sore muscles, degenerative joint conditions, chronic non-healing wounds, and in post-surgical rehabilitation. The benefits of laser therapy include accelerated tissue repair, improved nerve function, and improved vascular activity that speeds up the healing process, closes wounds quickly, and reduces scar tissue!

Send us a message to get more information!
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We know our vet techs are the best around and we couldn't provide the care that we do without them. Did you know that they take x-rays? Assist in surgical procedures? Our techs do it all! Take a look! ... See MoreSee Less

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Happy Veterinary Technician Appreciation Week!
October 14th to October 20th

NAH techs are the best around! Please join us in saying "thank you" to our amazing team of vet techs for all that they do!
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It's time to fall in love! We have four adorable, sweet puppies looking for homes! Click the link below for more information or contact Dave, our adoption coordinator, for more information!

www.newportanimalhospital.com/site/view/52805_AdoptionCenter.pml
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Where's winter?
We've been asking for snow, and we got it!
Come join us for some playtime!
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Where's winter? We've been asking for snow, and we got it! Come join us for some playtime!

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Newport Animal Hospital added 52 new photos to the album: Springtime at NAH. ... See MoreSee Less

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Where's winter?
We've been asking for snow, and we got it!
Come join us for some playtime!
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Where's winter? We've been asking for snow, and we got it! Come join us for some playtime!

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June 2015

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By |June 12th, 2015|

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Randal Wirth, DVM

By |June 4th, 2015|

Originally from upstate New York, Dr. Randy Wirth attended the University of Michigan where he received his B.S. in Biology. Upon graduation, he began studying Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University. He received his doctorate  in 1989 and began to practice medicine in the state of Connecticut. He relocated to Rhode Island and became a member of the NAH team in 1991. His occupational interests include Canine Reproduction and Internal Medicine. Dr. Wirth and his family share their lives with a sweet little canine fluff-ball named “Dewey.”

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Jack Civic, DVM

By |June 4th, 2015|

Jack Civic, DVM
Owner & Head Veterinarian2

Dr. Jack Civic has been working in the Veterinary field since 1983. A native of Rhode Island, Dr. Civic earned a B.S. in Animal Science at the University of Rhode Island in 1977. He then attended Oklahoma State University where he studied Veterinary Medicine. Upon graduation in 1983, Dr. Civic relocated to R.I. Dr. Civic served as the President of the Rhode Island Veterinary Medical Association for 2 years and was also a member of the Rhode Island State Board of Licensing and Examiners. He currently resides in Jamestown, with his wife Sarah and their two dogs: Anguillan adoptee “Kay Lee” and Colorado adoptee “Rio!”

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