From Flea Meds to Lyme Disease: A Vet Blog

Avoid Stressful Vet Visits For Your Rabbit With The Right Preparations

20 May 2020
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Visiting the vet's office with a rabbit can be stressful due to how to timid rabbits can be and how poorly they can react to new environments. Since taking care of your rabbit with the help of the vet can be a necessity to maintain their overall health over the years, you need to see what you can do to make visiting the vet so much more comfortable for them and to avoid any unnecessary stress. Read More …

How To Take Care Of A Nuetered Dog

3 April 2020
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If you have decided to neuter your dog, you may have some questions about what to expect once the procedure is finished. This is perfectly normal. It is also normal to feel anxious before and after the surgery. The key is to know exactly what you should do in order to keep your pet happy and to give you peace of mind. Here are a few things that you should bear in mind in order to achieve this. Read More …

The What’s, Why’s, And How’s Of Your Kitten’s First Animal Hospital Visit

17 March 2020
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What should you expect from your kitten's first animal hospital visit? If your new family member is due for a veterinarian check-up, take a look at the what's, why's, and how's of the exam and appointment. What Happens During a Kitten's First Vet Visit? Your young cat's appointment will include a physical examination and more. More specifically, during the first-time appointment the vet will: Take a full history. Even though your kitten is weeks or months old, the vet needs to know anything that may impact your pet's health. Read More …

Knowing When A Dog’s Leg Injury Needs Emergency Veterinary Care

24 February 2020
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Some dogs are particularly prone to leg injuries of various sorts, whether it's the leg itself or the hip. If you have a dog like this, you're probably accustomed to seeing a cycle with these injuries where your dog favors the leg for a few days and bounces back. However, it's important that you remember that leg injuries can potentially be very serious and necessitate emergency veterinary care. Here are some warning signs that you might need to take your dog to an emergency animal hospital right away. Read More …

How To Handle Seizures In Your Dog

19 February 2020
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When your dog has a seizure, it can be a scary thing. If your dog has never had one in the past, you may not understand what it going on. You may notice your dog acting differently just before a seizure and immediately afterward, and the seizure can look different each and every time depending on the severity. Read on for tips for how to handle a seizure if your dog has one. Read More …