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News, Events & Pet Care

We’re here to help you keep your pet as healthy and happy as possible. Check out our blog articles with advice, pet care tips and the latest news from VRCCO.

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News, Events & Pet Care

We’re here to help you keep your pet as healthy and happy as possible. Check out our blog articles with advice, pet care tips and the latest news from VRCCO.

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  • Advice
  • News
  • Symptoms
  • Video

Chocolate Toxicity – How to keep your pet safe!

Find out what symptoms to watch out for after accidental chocolate ingestion.  Learn what veterinarians would like you to do after chocolate ingestion.  Tips to keep your dog and cat safe during the holidays.

Yes! Dogs can get Total Hip Replacements

Join Doctors Dujowich and Stockdale as they discuss Total Hip Replacements in dogs and other treatments for hip dysplasia.

Top 5 Thanksgiving Items Not to Share with your Dog

Top 5 Thanksgiving Items Not to Share with your Dog This time of year, many of us are busy in the kitchen, preparing a special Thanksgiving dinner for our family. Our pets feel like family too, and often pet owners are tempted to bend the rules and share some of the festive human food with…

Has your pup been affected by cheatgrass?

VRC Veterinarian Jennifer Bentley and Sean Panella host a discussion about cheatgrass

Why Your Pet Scratches, Chews, Lick or Shakes

VRC Veterinarian Jennifer Bentley hosts a conversation about pet dermatology and seasonal allergies.

Dog Blood Donors, Jack & Thea

Thea enlisted Jack in Veterinary Referral Center of Central Oregon’s Blood Donor Program.

Do pets need blood donors?

Dr. Matt Vaughan and Dr. Jennifer Bentley discuss how your dog or cat can be heroes by donating blood at VRCCO.

July is Pet Hydration Month

Did you know that July is National Pet Hydration Awareness Month? Dehydration can be detrimental to your furry friends health, especially in the peak of summer.

What to know about COVID-19 and your pets.

Up-to-date information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA).

Yes, CAT scans work on dogs too.

We have Central Oregon’s first and only 16-slice computerized tomography (CT or CAT) scanner for dedicated use on animals.

Don’t Let Valentine Chocolates Break Your Heart

Information to keep in-mind during this time of love.

2019 Christmas Parade

Enjoying the holidays with our families, friends, and a unicycle.

Is CBD Safe for Your Pet?

Warnings from the Veterinary Medical Board and FDA.

CO2 Laser for Dermatological Procedures

Veterinary Referral Center of Central Oregon’s dermatology department is excited to announce that we now have a CO2 laser for dermatological procedures.

Have a Drink on Us!

Have you heard about our kegs? We have beer and kombucha on tap, available for clients during their pet’s visit.

Is My Cat “Blocked”?

Is your male cat excessively licking his hind-end/ prepuce, ‘walking funny’, yowling, posturing to urinate outside the box, and frequenting the litter-box often? If so, your beloved feline may have a urethral obstruction.

Pain Management for Surgical Patients

We are often asked, “Will my pet be receiving any pain medication?” The short answer is an emphatic, yes!

Keeping Pets Safe on Halloween

Wearing silly costumes is all our pets should worry about on Halloween.

Canine Total Hip Replacements

How to put the pep back in our pet’s step.

Myths & Truths About Grain Free Diets

Are grain free diets just another fad?

  • All
  • Advice
  • News
  • Symptoms
  • Video

Chocolate Toxicity – How to keep your pet safe!

Find out what symptoms to watch out for after accidental chocolate ingestion.  Learn what veterinarians would like you to do after chocolate ingestion.  Tips to keep your dog and cat safe during the holidays.

Yes! Dogs can get Total Hip Replacements

Join Doctors Dujowich and Stockdale as they discuss Total Hip Replacements in dogs and other treatments for hip dysplasia.

Top 5 Thanksgiving Items Not to Share with your Dog

Top 5 Thanksgiving Items Not to Share with your Dog This time of year, many of us are busy in the kitchen, preparing a special Thanksgiving dinner for our family. Our pets feel like family too, and often pet owners are tempted to bend the rules and share some of the festive human food with…

Has your pup been affected by cheatgrass?

VRC Veterinarian Jennifer Bentley and Sean Panella host a discussion about cheatgrass

Why Your Pet Scratches, Chews, Lick or Shakes

VRC Veterinarian Jennifer Bentley hosts a conversation about pet dermatology and seasonal allergies.

Dog Blood Donors, Jack & Thea

Thea enlisted Jack in Veterinary Referral Center of Central Oregon’s Blood Donor Program.

Do pets need blood donors?

Dr. Matt Vaughan and Dr. Jennifer Bentley discuss how your dog or cat can be heroes by donating blood at VRCCO.

July is Pet Hydration Month

Did you know that July is National Pet Hydration Awareness Month? Dehydration can be detrimental to your furry friends health, especially in the peak of summer.

What to know about COVID-19 and your pets.

Up-to-date information from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA).

Yes, CAT scans work on dogs too.

We have Central Oregon’s first and only 16-slice computerized tomography (CT or CAT) scanner for dedicated use on animals.

Don’t Let Valentine Chocolates Break Your Heart

Information to keep in-mind during this time of love.

2019 Christmas Parade

Enjoying the holidays with our families, friends, and a unicycle.

Is CBD Safe for Your Pet?

Warnings from the Veterinary Medical Board and FDA.

CO2 Laser for Dermatological Procedures

Veterinary Referral Center of Central Oregon’s dermatology department is excited to announce that we now have a CO2 laser for dermatological procedures.

Have a Drink on Us!

Have you heard about our kegs? We have beer and kombucha on tap, available for clients during their pet’s visit.

Is My Cat “Blocked”?

Is your male cat excessively licking his hind-end/ prepuce, ‘walking funny’, yowling, posturing to urinate outside the box, and frequenting the litter-box often? If so, your beloved feline may have a urethral obstruction.

Pain Management for Surgical Patients

We are often asked, “Will my pet be receiving any pain medication?” The short answer is an emphatic, yes!

Keeping Pets Safe on Halloween

Wearing silly costumes is all our pets should worry about on Halloween.

Canine Total Hip Replacements

How to put the pep back in our pet’s step.

Myths & Truths About Grain Free Diets

Are grain free diets just another fad?