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Sunday 21 January is celebrated Antón in Alicante with the blessing of the animals

16

Jan 2018

Sunday 21 January is celebrated Antón in Alicante with the blessing of the animals

Sunday 21 January is celebrated in the Plaza de Toros de Alicante the traditional blessing of the animals is bless the animals day of #SanAnton. To the 10.30 h there will be a display of equestrian and at 12.00 h will begin the blessing of the animals. At the end the trophies are delivered by categories. Veterinarians Veterinary Hospital San Vicente, one more year,...

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Cold and our pets

15

Dec 2017

Cold and our pets

  Now is the winter and temperatures drop. Now that it's more cold and we have changed our closet clothing, We must also think about the changes facing our pets. Usually domestic animals, mainly mammals and birds, they are homeotermos, which means that they can regulate their internal temperature. "Thermoregulation" a part of the brain called the hypothalamus controls it and works as....

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The days 6 and 8 December remains open our Emergency Department 24 hours

05

Dec 2017

The days 6 and 8 December remains open our Emergency Department 24 hours

The days 6 and 8 December we are open with our emergency service 24 hours, as the 365 days of the year. To offer you the best service, December holidays remain open 24 hours, If you need us. The day 7 December we maintain regular consultation schedule, of 9.30 to 19.30 hours. With uninterrupted schedule, so if you are coming better....

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Veterinary call internal small animals: February 2018

31

Oct 2017

Veterinary call internal small animals: February 2018

Offer a square of internal veterinary in the sevice of small animals Veterinary Hospital San Vicente to begin in February 2018. Must send your Curriculum Vitae to info@veterinariosanvicente.com candidates selected according to the CV, they will be informed to perform a week of test. Candidates not selected are also informed by email. For more information here


What happens to a torsion of stomach of a dog? Can it be prevented?

30

Oct 2017

What happens to a torsion of stomach of a dog? Can it be prevented?

Stomach torsion is a condition of the common stomach in large dog breeds, such as the Mastiff, Boxer, German Shepherd and Belgian, Dogo, Labrador and Golden Retriever, Greyhound, Sennenhund, Rottweiler, Weimaraner, Doberman … If it is not treated in time causing the death of the animal. When occurs, the stomach is dilated and twisted onto itself, impossible for the output of the....

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