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What is the Squeeze on Anal Glands?

What is the squeeze on Anal Glands? When you hear the word anal gland or anal sac… I don’t think that your first thought is the organs and glands located at Read More

Lab Work and Senior Cats

My Doctor Suggested Lab Work for My Senior Cat, Do I really need to do that? It is okay to wonder why your veterinarian recommended the lab work for your aging Read More

Canine Cognitive Disorder - Dog Dementia?

Overview: Dog Dementia, or canine cognitive disorder/dysfunction. While similar to Alzheimer’s, they are not the same. It impacts dogs later in life and comes on slowly. With age, the body, as Read More

Arthritis in Dogs; What is It?

What is Arthritis?  The definition of arthritis is the inflammation of joints. Arthritis can be caused by such a wide variety of conditions immune-mediated disease, infection, metabolic issues, and trauma. Read More

Ask the Doctor!

Q: My cat is not grooming anymore. What is wrong? A: There can be several possibilities. Arthritis is a major cause because it hurts them to bend around to groom. Kidney Read More

The Real Deal, a Breakdown of Heatstroke in Dogs

On a 90-degree day, the temperature inside a car can rise to a minimum of 124 degrees in 30 minutes. Now imagine having a fur coat on, and the inability Read More

Paws for Thought; Preventing Dental Disease

Dental Disease is the most common health issue affecting dogs and cats. Bacteria that joins with saliva forms plaque, which builds up if not removed regularly. Then, calcium salts from Read More

Ask The Doctor!

Q: Should I get my pet microchipped? A: Yes! The microchip is a way to permanently identify your pet. It is the size of a grain of rice that goes under Read More

Did You Know? Feline Fun Facts

Cats can swallow and digest their food without chewing it.Feline taste buds cannot detect sweetness.Adult cats can "talk" only to humans and not to each other. They can control us Read More

Doctor's Notes; Degenerative Joint Disease

If your senior dog is having trouble getting up, limps, or appears stiff after resting, or seems reluctant to walk, run or climb stairs, osteoarthritis or degenerative joint disease (DJD) Read More

Summer Heat Warning!

Hot weather poses many dangers to pets, including hyperthermia or heat stroke. Heatstroke most often occurs because a pet is left in a parked car, isn't provided with adequate shade Read More

What is That Awful Smell?

Sometimes it happens- your dog has been sprayed by a skunk! What do you do? Our Hospital carries "Skunk Off" rinse which is probably the easiest solution. For a home recipe, mix Read More

Did You Know? How Flea & Tick Preventatives Work

Keeping fleas and ticks off your pets is critical. These parasites are carriers for serious diseases. Many options are available for controlling fleas and ticks, including collars, powders, topical liquids, Read More

Beware of Summer Dangers! Plan for Pet Safety

Ahhh, Summertime. We look forward to warm sunny days, but it's important to take precautions that protect our pets. The biggest danger is hyperthermia- when your pet's body generates more Read More

Senior Care; What to Expect as Your Cat Ages

Cats today are living well into their teens and beyond, but they are considered elderly at 10 years old and will age at the rate of 5 human years annually. Read More

Ick! A Tick!

These nasty little parasites are common everywhere, and each year, animals become infected with the serious diseases they transmit. Ticks feed by biting into your pet's skin and ingesting blood. Read More

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