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World Rabies Day

September 28th 2016 is World Rabies Day. It was launched in 2007 to raise awareness about the impact of the disease on human and animal health. Rabies is probably a disease that you’re familiar with. Although it can be rare in…

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Responsible Dog Ownership Day

The American Kennel Club has been celebrating Responsible Dog Ownership days for over 14 years, hosting events and demonstrations, Canine Good Citizen tests and more in an effort to celebrate and educate the public about Responsible Dog Ownership. One of…

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Animal Pain Awareness Month

September is Animal Pain Awareness Month, created by the International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management, to encourage various individuals and organizations such as clinics, veterinarians, veterinary technicians, veterinary educators and the veterinary industry as a whole to raise awareness about…

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September is Happy Cat Month!

September is Happy Cat Month! Cats are wonderful companions and pets. Take some time to make sure as a cat owner, you are dedicated to ensuring you have a happy feline friend. Some things you can consider when evaluating how…

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August 26th is National Dog Day!

National Dog Day was created to celebrate all dogs; large and small, purebreds and mixed breeds, family and companion dogs as well as all the working dogs that selflessly provide services, assistance and keep people safe. It is also a…

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Welcome, Emily!

Join us in welcoming our newest technician, Emily! Emily was born and raised in East Tennessee. She moved to Baltimore in June of 2016 with her husband, 3 dogs, 2 cats, 3 snakes, bearded dragon and leopard gecko. She is…

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Review Contest Is Back!

Due to popular demand, BSAH is reintroducing our review contest.  Write a review of our hospital on Facebook, Yelp or Google and earn entries!  Winners receive account credit.  For official rules, see our blog or our Facebook page.

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August 15 is Check the Chip Day!

We’ve talked about microchipping before; about what they are and the benefits of getting your pet microchipped. Microchipping is a safe and easy way to greatly increase the chances of your pet being reunited with you, should they ever get lost…

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