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Testimonial from Dr. Goldstein
Referring our patient's to Dr. O'Day is always with the confidence that they will be treated with the highest care and high caliber consistency. Dr. O'Day has a fantastic bedside manner and is extremely clear and concise in his explanation of treatment for all of our referred patients…
Having trouble sleeping?
Did you know that sleep can play a huge role in chronic pain?  The better rest you get, the more likely it is to help with your pain.  Here are some ways to help you sleep better:

Try to go to sleep and wake up at the same time every day, even on weekends
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Sinus headache won’t go away?
Is your sinus headache not going away?  Maybe it's not a sinus headache at all. 
Our first thought is "it's just a sinus headache.  It will go away with some time and medicine."  However, we get frustrated when it takes longer than we thought...
Christmas Pet Tips
Some holiday foods can be quite dangerous to pets, such chocolate and cocoa, candy and sugarless gum that contain xylitol, yeast bread dough, leftover fatty meat scraps, and fruit cakes with raisins and currants. The fruitcake threat can be compounded if the cake is soaked in rum or another alcohol.…
Winter Pet Tips
Has your pet had his/her wellness exam yet?  Cold weather may worsen some medical conditions such as arthritis. Your pet should be examined by a veterinarian at least once a year, and it’s as good a time as any to get him/her checked out to make sure they are ready and as health…
5 Ways to Fight Stress During the Holidays
The holidays can be a stressful time. That stress can lead to clenching of your teeth which can result in TMJ.  Here are some ways to stay less stressed during the holidays.

Don't skip meals or snacks.  This can keep your blood sugar stabilized and keeps you energized
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Thanksgiving Safety Tips
It’s that turkey time of year!  We want to remember to keep our pets safe during this holiday season.  Not everything that we indulge in can be enjoyed by our pets.  Here are a few tips to keep your pets safe this Thanksgiving season...
Autumn Tips and Hazards
Fall time means lots of upcoming holidays, leaves are changing, new plants are growing, and everyone is getting ready for the snow!  Autumn is a beautiful season in the Buffalo area, but it can come with its fill of potential dangers for our pets...
FeLV in Cats
FeLV:
Approximately 2%-3% of all cats are infected with this virus… but this virus can evolve into the leading cause of cancer in cats.
 
What is feline leukemia virus?
FeLV or Feline leukemia virus, is a retrovirus. All retr...
Mushroom Toxicity in Pets
This is a very common toxicity this time of year.  We have seen a huge increase in this as of late.  If you see wild mushrooms growing in your yard or on your walks, it is best to remove them from your yard or to keep your dog away.  While it is nearly impossible to tell which mushroo…
What is Scabies?
Sarcoptic mange, also called scabies, in dogs is caused by the Sarcoptes scabiei mite, a highly contagious skin parasite. The mites burrow into the skin and cause severe itching, so dogs that experience prolonged scratching and hair loss are suspect...
How Often to Clean a Litter Box
First and most importantly we will go over the “golden rule” of the appropriate number of litter boxes in your house.  The magical formula is this: “one more litter boxes than then number of cats in your house.”  That means if you hav…

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