Hello Everyone It is with sadness that I must tell you that Candlin Pet Hospital is now closed. We had a great long run, but they are demolishing the building and I couldn't find another suitable place. I will be practicing at Sondel Family Veterinary Clinic starting Aug 21st. See below for more information.
We will be transferring all records to Sondel Family Veterinary Clinic. Dr. Berglund will start working there Aug. 21st. I would be truly happy to see you there!
If you would like records faxed to another clinic we will be taking messages on the answering machine (256-3271) or you can tell us by the contact form on this website. That can be done Aug. 11-15. After that you can get them from Sondel Family Veterinary Clinic. Please leave your name, your pet's name and the fax number to the clinic where you would like them sent. If you need food or medication refills, please leave us a message by phone or email. We'll order them and most likely you could pick them up Aug. 14th.
In response to a pregnant woman's concerns over toxoplasmosis in cats, veterinarian Sarah Wagner explains that ingestion of undercooked meat and gardening are more common sources of toxoplasmosis infection for people. Keeping cats indoors and excluding raw meat from their diets can help prevent toxoplasmosis infection in cats. Pregnant women with cats should take simple precautions and follow the advice of their doctors, Dr. Wagner says, but re-homing cherished pets isn't necessary.The Record (Hackensack, N.J.)