Canine Cough: Does Your Dog Need The Bordetella Vaccine?

7 September 2022
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If your dog tends to cough all of the time, you may think they have some type of pet allergy. Although dogs can experience allergies over time, allergies may not be the reason for your pet's cough. You may need to vaccinate your dog against Bordetella soon. Learn more about Bordetella and why you need to vaccinate your pet against it below. What's Bordetella? Bordetella, also known as kennel or canine cough, develops in cats and dogs that become infected with the bacteria Bordetella bronchiseptica m. Read More 

Is Day Surgery Right For Your Dog?

6 June 2022
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If your dog needs surgery, then your vet will talk to you about whether it can have day surgery or whether it should stay in their animal hospital overnight. In some cases, you might be given a choice of what happens here. If you prefer the idea of day surgery, but worry about taking your dog home too soon, then ask yourself the following questions. Your answers will help you decide what's best for your pet. Read More 

Changes In Eating Habits That Mean Your Dog Needs Vet Care

1 April 2022
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Since your dog can't talk, it's not always easy to know how they are feeling. As such, telling when they need to go to the animal hospital can be a little tough. When in doubt, you should take your dog to the vet; you're better off safe than sorry. But there are also some more specific symptoms you can watch out for, many of which involve your dog's eating habits. Read More 

Tips to Help You Provide Emergency Vet Care to Your Pet

2 February 2022
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Your pet may be an animal but they make up an important part of your family, therefore their health and well-being are one of your highest priorities. When your pet becomes ill or sustains an injury, you will want to take care of them with emergency services as soon as possible. Here are some recommendations to help you protect your pet's health with good vet care and timely emergency services.  Read More 

Your Pet Ate People Food: Should You Take Them To The Vet?

22 November 2021
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Veterinarians are animal doctors who are there for your pets whether you have a medical emergency or your animal just needs a checkup or shots. You take your pet to the vet for regular exams and to make sure their vaccinations are up to date, and you know you can rely on your vet to give your pet the care it needs. Your pet has a special diet formulated for its species to keep the critter healthy and you keep your people food away from them as much as you can. Read More