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How is Monkeypox Spread? Pox viruses are airborne like Covid 19 but the viral load required to make someone sick is much higher so they generally require prolonged contact in a confined air space – generally. It is MUCH easier to get Monkey Pox from contact with the secretions from the skin lesions. If the… Read more »

Covid 7.3.20

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Dear Valued Clients, As we hope you and your pets are keeping healthy during this unprecedented time, we must all remember that we are still in the midst of a global pandemic.  Bucks County has entered the “green” phase of reopening but we must continue to follow the protocols we have set in place at… Read more »

Rabbit Email

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Hello Rabbit Owners!  Rabbit hemorrhagic disease virus (RHDV) is a highly contagious virus that often causes sudden death in domestic and wild rabbits and has been seen primarily in Europe and China since 1984.  There is a new strain RHDV2 that was first seen in Europe but has now been seen in the US.  RHDV2… Read more »

April 2022 update

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Today’s update is packed with important updates.  Please take a minute to review! Ukraine 50/50 – We Have a Winner! Thank you to everyone who supported our March Fundraiser.  Almost a thousand tickets were sold, and the winners were these beauties!  Your donations along with the Newtown Vet match total $1090 going to the World… Read more »

Ukraine/Covid Message

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Two Important Updates today: Support for Ukraine As we reach the two year mark in the War on COVID, we are all faced with a new war that needs our support.  We urge everyone to do what they can to care for the displaced Ukrainian people and their pets.  There are many organizations trying to… Read more »

Year End 2021

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HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL! Don’t forget we close at 4pm on New Year’s Eve and reopen Monday, January 3rd at 8am Dear Newtown Vet Family, Gratitude is defined as the quality of being thankful; readiness to show appreciation for and to return kindness. Gratitude is a concept that can be broken down into three… Read more »

Thanksgiving 2021

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As we pause to celebrate friends and family and all the challenges of the last two years, we want to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving. May your cooking and travels be peaceful and go well. A few reminders from us: We will close Wednesday, November 24th at 6:00PM and re-open Friday, November 26th at 8:00am…. Read more »

Farewell Dr. Summers

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It is with a heavy heart but overwhelming support that we announce Dr. Angie Summers is stepping down from her permanent associate position with Newtown Vet effective at the end of the October. Dr. Summers joined the Newtown Vet Hospital immediately after graduating from vet school and has been with us for more than 19… Read more »

2021 Fall Update

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As we all settle into the shorter days of Autumn and look forward to the outdoor activities of the season (football games, apple picking, sweatshirts and even an indoor fire…) we hope you are well and coping with our new normal.  Please take a minute to read three important updates: Our Pets Need Your Suport… Read more »

2021 4th of July

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Happy July Fourth to Everyone!  We have a few updates to share with you that we think you will enjoy. On July 6th, we will begin welcoming all clients into most appointments (wellness, sick, quality of life and surgery admit/discharges) for the first time in more than a year! Everyone entering the hospital will be required… Read more »