From Flea Meds to Lyme Disease: A Vet Blog

Subzero Temperatures? Dog Care Tips To Know

19 February 2021
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When the temperatures dip below zero and the cold becomes overwhelming, sometimes people forget that their furry friends are also affected by the frigid cold. If you are a dog owner, taking care of your dog's health and safety should be an important priority in the extreme cold of winter. But what can you do for them when subzero temperatures set in? Get to know a few tips as well as signs you need to go to the animal hospital so your dog will be as well cared for as possible during the next cold snap. Read More …

What Can A Vet Do For Chronic Diarrhea In Dogs?

19 January 2021
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Does your dog suffer from chronic diarrhea or loose stools? Sometimes, it's tempting to dismiss this problem and figure it's just the way your dog is going to be. But there is almost always an underlying health problem that is causing the loose stools, and ignoring that is not doing your dog any favors. In most cases, your vet will work with you to figure out the cause of the loose stools and come up with the best treatment plan. Read More …

3 Benefits To Spaying Or Neutering Your New Pet

23 December 2020
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If you have just gotten a new pet, you want to make sure that you are doing everything possible to keep them healthy for as long as possible. That way, you can have your pet for many, many years to come. One thing that you should do is make sure that they are spayed or neutered. You may think that you want to wait to spay your female pet or neuter your male pet until a certain period. Read More …

Tongue-Tied By Your Dog’s Tongue Color? What A Sudden Change May Mean And What You Should Do About It

19 November 2020
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A dog's tongue, comprised of a web of veins and arteries, serves the important functions of regulating temperature, taking in food and water, and acting as an instrument of self-expression when lapping at humans. This important organ can also tell you about your dog's health. If it's changing colors, it's an indicator that your dog needs to be seen by a vet. Color Changes And What They Might Mean A healthy tongue is most often pink, but depending on the breed, may deviate. Read More …

What To Do If Your Dog Tears Their Dewclaw

20 October 2020
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Some dogs have their dewclaws removed as puppies, but if your dog still has theirs, you may run into problems with it from time to time. Your dog could tear their dewclaw if it gets snagged on anything, and that dewclaw could get snagged on anything and everything, including your carpeting or your furniture. If your dog does end up tearing their dewclaw, you may not know what to do or how to help your dog. Read More …