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Twilight Meadows Vet Spring Events

Spring is in full bloom in Raleigh and we have a couple of events coming up to mark on your calendars! BedfordPalooza We will have a vendor booth at BedfordPalooza in the North Raleigh neighborhood of Bedford.  Come out and visit some of our local restaurants,... (more...)

Rabies Clinic and Microchipping

Twilight Meadows will again be working together with Woof Gang Bakery and Grooming in Wakefield to provide rabies vaccinations and microchipping for your pets. Stop by with your pets on Saturday, March 4th, from 11am-1pm to get them up to date on their... (more...)

Cold Weather is here!

Winter weather is here in Raleigh!  With sleet, snow, and freezing rain, it’s important to take a few minutes to think about your pet’s health. Two common conditions from winter weather are hypothermia and dry skin. Hypothermia can happen in any... (more...)

Happy Halloween!

It’s that time of year! Time for ghouls and goblins and the cutest pet costumes you have ever seen! We love dressing up our pets and parading them around the neighborhood, but we need to be aware of just a couple of things before we take them out. Our... (more...)

Rabies awareness and clinic

In the past week, animal control officials in Cary have confirmed a case of a rabid fox that attacked a jogger and two dogs.  This is a timely reminder to make sure that your pets are vaccinated! Under North Carolina law, if your pet comes in contact... (more...)

Tips for finding your pet in our Raleigh and Wake Forest Neighborhoods

  It’s one of the worst feelings in the world for a pet owner – you leave the back door open for a second, and just like that, your dog or cat slips out and bolts for the woods.  You can yell their name all you want, but they keep going. ... (more...)

Great video from Dr. Faith Banks on Signs that your pet may be in pain.

Click on the following link for some helpful tips on detecting pain in pets. As the pet parent, you are your veterinarians best resource to determining the state of your pet’s health and pain level. Signs your aging pet is in pain If you think that... (more...)