We are a full service pet care facility.
The hospital, led by veterinarian Dr. Michael R. Moyer, offers a full range of services, specializing in preventive care exams, vaccinations and surgical care.

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Yes, the war dogs deserve respect also!

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April 11th, 2:39 pm

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National pets day. Let’s see some pictures of your fur babies   
Carrie says hi ❤️🐶🐾🦴

National pets day. Let’s see some pictures of your fur babies
Carrie says hi ❤️🐶🐾🦴
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Tucker says Hi to his favorite vet & staff 💙💙💙

Nya and Pixie!

Zaira ♥️

And Hailey also celebrated her 17th Birthday too ❤️

Milo just celebrated his 17th Birthday!

Carrie is So cute! Here are my Ozzy and Jack.

Bella says hello 👋!

Bailey enjoying the spring weather (FINALLY)

Grover and Canton, my sweet boys.

Here’s our Bernie!

Mazie Moo can’t wait to meet Carrie for a walkabout ❤️

The Judge says hi to Carrie ❤️

Jack and Willow

Xena loves Bridgewater Veterinary Hospital !

Stryker says hi!

Maia Star says hi!

And Chantz would love to have a swim date ❤️

Wyatt says hi

Autumn girl says 👋

Manny says Hi!

Totes, Mitzy, Cotton, Fritz, and Sammy

She was a good girl for bunny pictures 🐶🐰

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April 9th, 12:12 pm

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From our doghouse to yours - Happy Easter ❤️🐾🐾❤️

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April 7th, 11:28 pm

Bridgewater Veterinary Hospital

As Easter weekend begins, remember to keep lilies, a popular spring plant, away from pets.

Lilies pose a potentially lethal threat to cats. If your cat ingests even a small amount of a plant leaf or flower petal, licks pollen grains off their fur while grooming, or drinks the water from a bouquet vase containing lilies, they can potentially develop fatal kidney failure.

Dogs that have ingested a lily or parts of the plant may experience stomach upset, but they will not develop kidney failure.

Though the effects of lily toxicity are rapid, subsequent kidney damage can often be reversed if the cat is treated early and aggressively. But by taking preventative measures this spring and keeping lilies away from pets, you may be able to avoid a trip to an emergency veterinary hospital.

#BluePearlVet #LilyToxicity #Easter2023
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