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  • Donkey treated by Dr. Shackelton
    Dr. Shackelton was called to an emergency at night where a donkey was attacked by dogs.  What a horrific site!!  Katie is a 13 year old miniature donkey that was attacked Read more
  • Ron the Cat Man visits MAH again!
    We had a pleasant surprise today when Ron the Cat Man from Oakland drove all the way to Middletown to visit our staff at Middletown Animal Hospital.  After the Valley Read more
  • Help for Businesses affected by Valley Fire
    LARCA funds business recovery after the Valley Firehttp://www.larca5130.org/business-recovery-grant/Thanks to efforts by MAMA, the Lake Area Rotary Club Association recently received $100,000 from the Redwood Credit Union Valley Fire Fund for LARCA’s Business Read more
  • New Recommendations for Altering Large Breed Dogs
    Within the past year, Middletown Animal Hospital has started recommending that large breed dogs wait to be spayed/neutered until they are a year old to avoid potential joint disorders.  Dr. Read more
  • Protect Your Dog From Leptospirosis
    Leptospirosis is a zoonotic disease  (transferrable from animals to humans) that is exists in Lake County and is widespread throughout the world.  It is a deadly bacterial disease spread by wildlife Read more
  • Bladderstone Boarding Dog
    Because of our kind and attentive staff at Middletown Animal Hospital, a boarding dog received immediate surgery to remove a huge bladderstone.  Kali's family were new to the area and Read more
  • Middletown Animal Hospital Rescues Cat from Euthanasia
    Middletown Animal Hospital is dedicated to saving animals.  This sweet young female was scheduled for euthanasia with Animal Control so we took her in and vaccinated, dewormed, and spayed her Read more
  • Heatstroke
    Because Lake County commonly has temperatures over 90 & 100 degrees in the summer, Middletown Animal Hospital expects to see urgent heatstroke cases walk in the door.  Heatstroke is a life-threatening illness Read more
  • Surrendered Sweet Cats for Adoption
    Please help Middletown Animal Hospital find good homes for these 2 cats that were surrendered to us yesterday because the owner could not afford to care for them any longer. Read more
  • All Goats Need to Pee!
    Middletown Animal Hospital treats all animals, large and small.  We see lots of goats in Lake County.  Urolithiasis or stone formation within the bladder is a common problem in male Read more
  • Eyeball Proptosis
    Small breed dogs, especially those with "bulging" eyes are more prone to having their eyeballs come forward and out of the socket. This is usually secondary to a trauma such Read more
  • Feline Immunodeficiency Virus
    FIV is a lifelong virus that is transmissible through saliva from cat to cat through fighting and biting. The virus causes an overall weakened immune system. This can lead to Read more
  • Pyometra
    Spaying your dog or cat is important not just for preventing unwanted pregnancy and pet overpopulation but for other life threatening conditions such as pyometra or uterine infection.  At Middletown Read more
  • Spay Day!!
    On 3/22/17 Dr. Smith at Middletown Animal Hospital donated his time and hospital to support Fix Lake County.  He did 22 alteration surgeries for low income families and an additional Read more
  • Digital Thermal Imaging and Lameness
    Animals can't tell us where they hurt but Digital Thermal Imaging can.  Middletown Animal Hospital uses the latest technology to localize areas on the patient that might not have been uncovered Read more
  • Beware of Ivermectin Overdose
    Ivermectin is the active ingredient in many heart worm preventative medications as well as many dewormers. In proper doses, this is a very safe and effective medication. However, when significantly Read more
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