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  • Dec 29 2018

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    How To Clean Your Dog’s Ears

    What You Need Ear cleaning solution: Look for a quality ear cleaner recommended by veterinarians. A top choice of professionals is Epi-Otic by Virbac. Avoid ear cleansers that contain alcohol or hydrogen…

  • Dec 21 2018

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    Depression In Cats

    Certainly cats can exhibit depressed behavior, but the general consensus is that they do not experience the same emotional changes associated with clinical depression in humans. “In general, depression in…

  • Dec 14 2018

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    Managing Your Senior Cat’s Meds

    Is your cat getting older? These tips are perfect for you! 1. Learn as much as possible  When a new medication is prescribed for your senior kitty, talk with your veterinarian to…

  • Dec 08 2018

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    Dogs and Kidney Stones

    Kidney stones form in dogs for a few different reasons. The different causes ultimately predict which type of nephro (kidney) + lith (stone) is most likely to form. And the type of stone…

  • Dec 08 2018

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    Cats and Giardia – What You Need To Know

    Giardia is a microscopic parasite that causes the illness known as giardiasis. Giardia is contagious. It’s found on contaminated surfaces, in soil, or on food or water that has been contaminated with feces (poop)…

  • Dec 01 2018

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    How To Brush A Cat’s Teeth

    Brushing your cat’s teeth is a very good idea, and you are wise to get an early start. Cat dental disease is by far the most common health problem I see in…

  • Nov 30 2018

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    Cat Lover’s Month is December!

    December is National Cat Lover’s Month! Here are some fun “cat-tivities” to do to bond with your furry baby! 1. Take Your Cat For A Walk! Leash walking is not…

  • Nov 24 2018

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    Battery Poisoning and Dogs

    As the holidays approach, more and more things around the house are powered by batteries. Batteries pose a major health risk to dogs and children when accidentally ingested. Battery ingestions…

  • Nov 23 2018

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    Anesthesia, Blood Work, and Cats

    We will likely require blood work before your cat has anesthesia for dental work or surgery. What is the point of running blood work? Is it a way to pad the bill? Is it a scam designed…

  • Nov 17 2018

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    Help Your Cat Get Over Their Fear Of The Vet

    Here at the vet, we’re not so bad! However, in reality, few cats love going to the veterinarian. A typical trip to the hospital can be stressful, for both you and your…