Candlin's is back in business! Dr. Berglund is now in Mt. Horeb working out of Williams Small Animal Clinic. I'm sorry that it is farther out for many of you, but this is a great opportunity for Candlin's to continue as it has in the past. Dr. Williams has graciously allowed me to practice out of his clinic. Times will be limited, but I will be in M-W mornings to answer questions and fit you in if needed, with set hours Thursday and Friday. Please click below to schedule an appointment. If you are not comfortable with this you can still email to set it up or call Williams Small Animal Clinic 608-437-3478. For surgeries you will need to talk to Dr. Berglund by calling the clinic. Thank you. Now taking credit card payments too.
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.)