Dr. Heidi Bassler, medical director at Veterinary Center of Greater Newburyport, will discuss feline vaccines on Tuesday, May 19, from 6:30-8:30 p.m., at the Newburyport Public Library located in Newburyport, MA. She will share the questions cat owners should ask their veterinarians and the pros and cons of vaccinations.
Newburyport, MA (Vocus) May 15, 2009 -- Dr. Heidi Bassler at the Whiskers and Tails lecture series on Tuesday, May 19, from 6:30-8:30 p.m., at the Newburyport Public Library where she will discuss the reasons felines need certain vaccines, the risks and benefits, and alternatives.
Who: Dr. Heidi Bassler, medical director at Veterinary Center of Greater Newburyport, Salisbury, MA.
What: The Whiskers and Tails lecture series, sponsored by the Merrimack River Feline Rescue Society.
When: Tuesday, May 19, from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Where: The Newburyport Public Library
94 State Street
Newburyport, MA 01950
Phone: 978 465-4428
Why: Dr. Bassler discusses typical problems with vaccines and informs the public the questions cat owners need to ask their veterinarians. She explains which vaccines are safe, which are not and why. Attendees will learn which vaccines are necessary based on lifestyle and the risks associated. Cat owners will walk away with a better understanding about the feline vaccines necessary to keep cats healthy.
About Dr. Heidi Bassler
Dr. Heidi Bassler, Medical Director of the Veterinary Center of Greater Newburyport, graduated in 1993 from Atlantic Veterinary College, Canada, followed by post-doctoral studies at Cornell University. Dr. Bassler focuses her veterinary practice on cats and dogs. Her areas of special interest include internal medicine, dermatology, and dentistry. She lives in West Newbury with her husband and two children in West Newbury with two pampered cats, Marmalade and Jefferson, and her Labrador retriever named Opus. Dr. Bassler writes a monthly newspaper column, Paw Prints, for the Newburyport Daily News.
About Veterinary Center of Greater Newburyport
Located at 91 Bridge Road in Salisbury, Veterinary Center of Greater Newburyport offers preventative, diagnostic, and surgical services. The beautiful two-story facility boasts a training facility, four exam rooms, an in-house laboratory, and other cutting-edge equipment. These features enable the dedicated doctors and staff to provide the highest quality of care to their patients. Veterinary Center of Greater Newburyport is dedicated to providing comprehensive, compassionate and personalized veterinary care in the community while maintaining the highest ethical and professional standards.
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