Cedar Pet Clinic Blog

Amazing youtube video on Dr. Baillie and the Wildcats

We thank The Wildcat Sanctuary for making and posting a youtube video about our work caring for their rescued cats.

We are the doctors for the lions, tigers, cougars, bobcats, and many other cats who have found a forever home at the Sanctuary; Dr. Baillie is the volunteer Medical Director, and time, goods, and services are donated by the clinic, by Dr. Plantz, and by our staff.

 
"These creatures, many of them, have had hard lives and have now landed in a safe and caring place. We care about keeping them healthy...all of them," said Dr. Baillie.

 

 

Clinic Kitty Moe Arrayed for Springtime

Moe SpringtimeOur official clinic greeter, Moe, is shown here arrayed for the spring we all hope will soon arrive.

Photographing Moe is a regular clinic pastime... we have shots of Holiday Moe and Valentine Moe as well...but it's not easy! Note the yellow posting behind him. "Moe can be cranky", posted by our receptionist team. Aaaawwww, that sweet kitty?!

Dog Ownership Good for Teens...and Adults

A Dog’s Life: It’s good for teens, and adults, too.

An article from the Los Angeles Times, by Shari Roan. Summary.

Dog ownership appears to make teens more active, according to a new study from researchers at the University of Virginia.

They surveyed 618 pairs of adolescents and their parents living in the Twin Cities about the number of dogs in the home and how much time they spent physically active. About half of the teens also wore accelerometers – devices that measure activity – for one week.

Other studies show that adults who have dogs are more physically active, too. Even if people don’t walk their dogs regularly, just having a dog makes one more active because of chores such as getting up to feed the dog, letting it outside or cleaning up after it, the researchers said.

The study appears in the March issue of the American Journal of Preventive Medicine.

After-Hours Emergencies

After Hours Veterinary Care
1014 Dale Street North
St. Paul, MN 55117
(Inside Como Park Animal Hospital just north of downtown St. Paul)
24-hour care for multiple species
651-487-1941

Animal Emergency & Referral Center of MN
1163 Helmo Avenue N
Oakdale, MN 55128
651-501-3766

 

Animal Emergency & Referral Center of MN
1542 7th St. W.
St. Paul, MN 55012
(located 2 blocks east of 35E)
651-293-1800