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Dr. James will be attending a 130 hour course on small animal veterinary acupuncture this fall at the Chi Institute in Reddick, Florida. She will be participating in 4 on-site, weekend long courses, covering topics that include:  Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Principles: Five Elements, Yin-Yang, Eight Principles, Zang-fu Physiology and Pathology, Meridians and Channels. How to use veterinary acupuncture to diagnose and treat:  Musculoskeletal conditions,...
The PenBay Pet and People Party was a huge success!  We had great weather, great food, and an overall great time.  Congratulations to Klara Derrig, Margaret Carleton, Denise Jones, and Lindsey Holte who all won a six month supply of Heartgard or Frontline! The Orestis family were the big winners of the $100 gift certificate by answering all of the PenBay Vets trivia questions correctly! The highlights of the event included: Unveiling of our new Pet Memorial Garden AMAZING...
Deciphering Pet Food Label-ese Pet food labels contain a lot of information, if you know how to read them. The Association of American Feed Control Officers (AAFCO) has its own set of regulations regarding pet food labels, which many states use. AAFCO labeling guidelines cover aspects such as product naming standards, guaranteed analysis (minimum percentages of protein and fat, and maximum percentages of fiber and moisture), and nutritional adequacy. (Click on the title...
PenBay Veterinary Associates is one of many supporters of the Penobscot Pet Pantry. The Pet Pantry distributes pet food to needy families from 2pm to 4pm on the 1st Tuesday of each month at the American Legion Hall at 91 Pearl Street in Camden.  The organization held their second pantry on Tuesday, May 4th and it was a huge success. The Penobscot Pet Pantry passed out a little over 900 lbs of pet food to 28 families--feeding thirty dogs, fifty-six cats, two canaries, two fish, a turtle...
It's Our 5-Year Anniversary!  Come and Help Us Celebrate! When: Saturday, July 17 from 10am to 1pm Where: PenBay Veterinary Associates   Activities Include: Free ice-cream and food from Three Dogs Cafe Free hot dogs on the grill Dedication of our new Pet Memorial Garden M*A*S*H Tent - kids can bring a favorite stuffed animal that is in need of "surgical repair" Ballon animals for kids Raffle for free 6-month supply of heartgard and frontline...
Felines in Focus: Upper Respiratory Infections Cats, especially kittens, often get upper respiratory infections. If your cat shows any signs of respiratory illness, such as sneezing, wheezing, goopy eyes or a runny nose (see box), make an appointment to have the cat evaluated right away. Depending on their cause, upper respiratory infections can quickly become serious, especially in kittens. In adult cats, untreated infections can lead to other (“secondary”)...

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