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Coronavirus Information

Coronavirus Information

Here at Chathams Small Animal Hospital, we are monitoring the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation closely. The health of our clients and staff is of the utmost priority to us all so we have been taking additional steps to maintain a sterile environment on top of our...

Our Tips for Socializing Your Puppy

Our Tips for Socializing Your Puppy

Have you recently brought home a new puppy? What an exciting time! Puppies are little furry bundles of love, but it's important to remember that these cuties also need a lot from us. One of the best ways to show your pup how much you love her is through proper,...

Holiday Pet Guide

  It’s a holly, jolly holiday season here in New York, but this time of year can be dangerous for our pets. Here are a few holiday hazards to avoid so your furry companions feel merry and bright the whole holiday season through.   Fire/burn hazardsA curious...

The Benefits of Being a Pet Owner

  What makes you grateful to be a pet owner?  We're grateful for another year of serving you and your pets.  We will always strive to give your pets the best care that they deserve. As Thanksgiving draws near, we take the time to reflect on our blessings and what...

Thanksgiving Tips for your Pets

  This year, and every year, we're thankful for PETS!  According to just about any poll you reference, a large percentage of Americans plan to celebrate Thanksgiving with friends and family, and many also admit to sharing their Thanksgiving dinner with their...

Ways You Can Help Your Local Shelters

  October is ASPCA’s Adopt a Shelter Dog Month   Saving one pet will not change the entire world...but you'll change that pet's world forever.  The ASPCA estimates that approximately 6.5 million pets enter U.S. shelters every year.  Even if you aren’t quite...

Halloween Safety Tips

  Ghostly Greetings!  The spooky season is upon us!  But, beware of all the gouls and goblins roaming the streets...Strange noises, unfamiliar faces, and scary decor can be confusing to our furry friends. The first thing to know about Halloween is that it breaks...

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