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From Vaccines to Viruses A vet is someone who is there for your pet from their early years until their last years. When your pet is young, a vet can give them the vaccines they need for disease prevention as they become acquainted with the world. As your pet ages, your vet can monitor them for the conditions that often come with old age, such as arthritis and cancer. Vets care about their patients. We hope you will learn more about this care as you browse the content on this blog. We do our best to offer well-researched and helpful information for pet owners like you.

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Three Symptoms That Let You Know Your Dog Needs Emergency Care

Dogs are curious creatures by nature, and this can get them into trouble every now and then. You can't be monitoring your precious hound 24/7 and so you may not realize t

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Dog Care: Why Your Four-Legged Friend Needs Daily Walking

Your dog needs to meet their daily exercise needs regardless of the time of the year. Dogs generally like to exercise, and lack of exercise can make them very grumpy and

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Vet Procedures That Might Help Your Brachycephalic Dog

Brachycephalic dogs, such as pugs and bulldogs, can struggle with respiratory or eating problems due to their short and often malformed airways. Daily practices like keep

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Signs Your Dog Should See A Veterinary Dental Specialist

Dogs do not typically see the dentist for annual cleanings and checkup appointments like humans do. However, there are veterinary dentists. They go through vet school jus