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Common Household Hazards for Cats & Dogs

With various dangers lurking in corners and cabinets, the home can be a minefield of poisons for our pets. Pets get exposed to toxic substances, many of which included everyday household products.

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Medical Info

Special Considerations for Senior Cat Care

Improved nutrition, prevention of infectious disease and advances in veterinary medical care have resulted in our cats living longer and healthier lives.

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Medical Info

Special Considerations for Senior Dog Care

Dogs older than seven years of age are considered senior pets. Senior dogs are in the stage of life in which the aging process is beginning to affect every organ system.

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Emergency Care

First Aid Treatment of Common Pet Emergencies

Your pet will need a series of interventions medications to prevent anaphylactic shock. This type of allergic reaction can be fatal, and immediate treatment should be sought.

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Surgical Care

Post-Operative Instructions For Cats

After arriving at home, you should keep your cat warm and comfortable by providing a soft clean bed, ideally in a quiet and draft-free room at a comfortable room temperature (68-75°F or 20-24°C).

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Medical Info

Pain Management for Dogs

In recent years, veterinarians have made great progress in understanding how dogs feel pain and the best ways to manage that pain. Many dogs will instinctively hide their pain as a survival mechanism, which, in the past, led well-meaning experts to presume that...

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Medical Info

Pain Management for Cats

As all cat owners know, cats are NOT small dogs. And when it comes to pain and pain management, this is certainly true. Cats are much less likely to show outward signs of pain, especially when they are suffering.

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Surgical Care

Post-Operative Instructions For Dogs

After arriving at home, you should keep your dog warm and comfortable by providing a soft clean bed, ideally in a quiet and draft-free room at a comfortable room temperature (68-75°F or 20-24°C).

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Frequently Asked Questions

Post-Surgery Care FAQs

After your pet has undergone major surgery and is now being discharged for continued care at home. Your job during the recovery period at home is just as important as the procedure.

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Surgical Care

Pre-Surgical Preparation and Testing

With modern drugs and sophisticated equipment, the risk associated with general anesthesia and surgery is minimal for the healthy pet. "The best way to minimize the risk for your pet is to have.."

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Emergency Care

Common Dog Emergencies

Emergencies occur suddenly and without warning. Stay prepared and aware about common dog emergences and how you can support your dog's healing.

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Surgical Info

Cruciate Ligament Rupture in Dogs & Cats

The word cruciate means 'to cross over' or 'form a cross'. The cruciate ligaments are two bands of fibrous tissue located within each stifle (knee) joint. They join the femur and tibia (the bones above and below the knee joint) together so that the knee works as a stable, hinged joint.

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