Ear Infections

Shaking head, holding head to one side, sensitive to the touch, or obsessive ear scratching may indicate that your pet has an ear infection. Ear infections are a common cause of veterinary visits, especially during warmer months and changing of seasons. Whether your pet has had many ear infections in the past or has never [...]

Anxious Vet Visits

For a pet, coming to the veterinary office can elicit stressful and emotionally reactive behavior. At Morris Animal Hospital, we strive to make every visit less stressful. Setting pets up for emotional success can start at home and be carried out through the entire veterinary visit,however, some emotionally reactive pets require medicinal assistance to permit [...]

How Cytology Helps Patients

What is cytology? Cytology is the examination of cell shape, arrangement, and function. In veterinary medicine, it is an extremely useful tool to help diagnose the nature of masses and lesions. By evaluating cell morphology, veterinarians can compare a normal cell to that of an abnormal cell and better treat patients. Morris Animal Hospital performs [...]

LASER SURGERY–what’s all the hype?!

Lasers have been successfully used in human medicine for over 30 years. At Morris Animal Hospital, your pet benefits from this cutting-edge technology! Why laser surgery? Less Pain - The laser seals nerve endings as it "cuts." As a result, your pet will experience less pain and be more comfortable after surgery. Less Bleeding [...]

We’re Celebrating!

We're celebrating! We just passed another rigorous American Animal Hospital Association evaluation! AAHA-accredited hospitals voluntarily choose to be evaluated on over 900 standards of care, and only 15% of all hospitals in the US and Canada achieve accreditation. AAHA-accredited hospitals are recognized among the best in the industry and are consistently at the forefront of [...]

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