PET TALK WITH TURNER VETERINARY SERVICE: Human smoking hurts pets

By Rhonda Baillargeon, LVT We all know the dangers smoking poses to ourselves and our families, but those dangers can extend to our pets as…

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PET TALK WITH TURNER VETERINARY SERVICE: Gardening with pets

By Rhonda Baillargeon, LVT May is here, and that means it is time to start planning the garden. Have you ever thought about the effects…

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FEATURED COLUMN by Britny Belskis: Living like you mean it

By Britny Belskis Hey, Friends, I want to apologize to you all for the last few articles that have been sporadic. All I can say…

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PET TALK WITH TURNER VET SERVICE: Spring preventives

By Rhonda Baillargeon, LVT It is spring again and time to think about preventive medications for your pet to protect against seasonal pests and diseases….

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PET TALK with the Turner Veterinary Service: We welcome a familiar face

By Rhonda Baillargeon, LVT Turner Veterinary Service will welcome a new doctor with a familiar face to the office in March. laire Morissette Girardin will…

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FEATURED COLUMN by Britny Belskis: Unexpected circumstances can be opportunity

Hey Friends, How do you handle unexpected circumstances in your life? Do you freak out? Do you let what happened sink into your thoughts? Are…

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PET TALK WITH THE TURNER VET: New year, new dog license

By Rhonda Baillargeon, LVT As 2019 begins, it is time to think about licensing your canine family member. In the state of Maine, all dogs…

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FEATURED COLUMN by Britny Belskis: Get ready for your best year ever

By Britny Belskis Happy New year friends, Today we say good-bye to 2018, and hello to 2019. I don’t know how your last year was….

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PET TALK WITH THE TURNER VET: Holiday tips to keep pets safe

By Rhonda Baillargeon, LVT As the holidays approach, many families make plans to celebrate with their furry family members. While these celebrations are fun and…

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Carleen Cote holds the "Spirit of America Award" presented to the Duck Pond Wildlife Care Center in 2015. (Submitted photo)

CRITTER CHATTER: Wildlife sanctuary is still going strong after co-founder’s passing

By Amy Messier Greetings fellow wildlife enthusiasts! Many of you know me as Amy — the volunteer with the apron — who showed up at…

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