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Check Your Cat Today

Check Your Cat Today

How to tell whether your cat has alveolar osteitis, and when you should see your veterinarian for a dental checkup.

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Bloat - A Real Emergency

Bloat - A Real Emergency

Bloat is a serious emergency, and can be life-threatening to your dog. It can often come on suddenly and unexpectedly, and requires immediate veterinary attention.

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Laparoscopic (Minimally Invasive) Surgery

With traditional surgery, your pet is often hospitalized for several days; however with laparoscopic surgery, you can often bring your pet home the same day.

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Why Good Oral Health Care Can Save Your Pet's Life

Why Good Oral Health Care Can Save Your Pet's Life

Learn how routine oral health care can help prevent cancer and even save your pet's life.

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Dog's Life Saved with Endoscopy - Esophageal Foreign Body

Dog's Life Saved with Endoscopy - Esophageal Foreign Body

We understand it can feel scary to hear your dog needs an endoscopy. Here is a case study of how we helped Zoee, a beloved Yorkie who had swallowed a large piece of rawhide chew.

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Detecting Cancer Early

Detecting Cancer Early

We need your help to beat cancer! Early detection, diagnosis and treatment are critical to obtaining a positive result.

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Why Retractable Leashes Are Dangerous at a Veterinary Hospital

Why Retractable Leashes Are Dangerous at a Veterinary Hospital

Though popular, retractable leashes are dangerous for dogs in a veterinary setting. Our vets explain why we allow only standard 6 foot leashes at our hospital.

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Surgical Options For Spaying or Neutering Your Pet

Surgical Options For Spaying or Neutering Your Pet

We recommend spaying or neutering your kitten or puppy. Every year, millions of unwanted dogs, cats, kittens, and puppies are euthanized.

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Flea and Tick Season: Prevention Made Very Simple

Flea and Tick Season: Prevention Made Very Simple

It's easier to prevent fleas and ticks than to get rid of them. In this post, our vets give tips on products that help protect cats and dogs from these parasites.

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What Happens When My Pet Gets a Cavity?

What Happens When My Pet Gets a Cavity?

Just like their human owners, pets can get cavities that need the attention of a qualified veterinarian. Here is a case study on how we fixed a cavity for a wire hair fox terrier.

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