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  • Canned Food Drive at Winslow Animal Hospital | Winslow Animal Hospital Dog & Cat

    Nov 30 2016

    Canned Food Drive for Camp Out for Hunger!   Winslow Animal Hospital  is collecting donations until December 2 to contribute to 93.3 WMMR Philadelphia’s Camp Out for Hunger  to benefit Philabundance. Needed…

  • Ari’s Story | Winslow Animal Hospital Dog & Cat

    Nov 28 2016

    To: Dr. Philippe Coudrai, VMD You operated on our housecat “Ari” a few years ago. You removed his 2 ball joints that were “congenially weak” and had broken. I want…

  • Giving Thanks for Bear & Gracie | Winslow Animal Hospital Dog & Cat

    Nov 23 2016

    Giving Thanks for Bear and Gracie I don’t share my story with a lot of people. 10 years ago I suffered the most devastating loss any parent could suffer. For…

  • Thanksgiving Pet Safety Tips

    Nov 21 2016

    Thanksgiving is here! So many of us are thankful for our pets! While you get prepared to spend time with family and express gratitude for all the blessings in your…

  • Giving Thanks for Bobby | Winslow Animal Hospital Dog & Cat

    Nov 18 2016

    Giving Thanks for Bobby Bobby brings so much magic and love to my life. He’s my companion, playmate, snuggle buddy, comedian and best friend. He’s there to share the good…

  • Ashes

    Nov 05 2016

    Ashes came for his visit at Winslow Animal Hospital! Ashes is a handsome 8-year-old Black Lab. He is a working dog with the New Jersey Division of Fire Safety! During his…

  • Halloween Pet Photo Contest 2016 | Winslow Animal Hospital Dog & Cat

    Nov 02 2016

      Happy Halloween! The doctors and staff of Winslow Animal Hospital are so happy to see a menagerie of pets in Halloween costumes! Dozens of Pet-Parents submitted their pets’ pics…

  • Halloween Pet Safety Tips | Winslow Animal Hospital Dog & Cat

    Oct 29 2016

    Give your pet dog or cat treats, or healthy, safe snacks. NEVER give your pet chocolate or candies that could contain xylitol, an artificial sweetener that is toxic to pets. Give animals their space. All the excitement might spook them – especially if you or guests are in costume! Your own pet may need a room away from all the excitement to relax. Be careful with decorations. Some decorations could present choking or swallowing hazards for pets. Anything with cords or open flames may be a fire hazard. Make sure any pet costumes are safe and comfortable. Pets should still be able to move freely, and they should not be prevented from seeing, hearing, eating, etc. Use ID tags, and if possible have your pet microchipped (make sure your registration is up to date!) We have seen microchips bring pets and families back together after even months apart.

  • Luther Rescued Thanks to Microchip | Winslow Animal Hospital Cat & Dog

    Oct 26 2016

    Luther the Orange Cat Rescued by Winslow Animal Hospital Veterinary Technician Luther is a sweet, lovable cat. Though easily intimidated, he is also affectionate and patient. He loves to sit…

  • Camden County Animal Shelter Pledge-a-Paw Dog Walk and Event | Winslow Animal Hospital Dog & Cat

    Oct 24 2016

    Pledge a Paw Camden County Animal Shelter just held its 3rd annual Pledge a Paw dog walk on October 15th. Winslow Animal Hospital was proud to be a sponsor for the…