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What is a Pyometra?

Posted on 12-11-2017

Pyometra is an infection of the uterus.  It is an emergency, life-threatening condition that commonly occurs in older female dogs that have not been speyed. Each time an entire female dog has a ...

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Why is my pets eye red and bulging? By Dr. Amy Long Goulart

Posted on 12-11-2017

Glaucoma is a disease of both pets and people that occurs from an increase in pressure within the eyeball resulting in pain and blindness. Glaucoma is treated with drugs, surgery, or in some cases a c...

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Arthritis and Joint Pain Therapy by Dr. Cheryl Thur

Posted on 12-11-2017

Osteoarthritis (also known as arthritis) is a common ailment in many of our aging pets, with both cats and dogs being affected in high numbers. Often, it is a degenerative change that comes with age b...

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Dentistry and Oral Health by Dr. Nate

Posted on 12-11-2017

Proper dental care is as important in our pets as it is in humans. Dental disease can not only cause pain, and oral disease, but also adversely affect the heart, lungs, liver, and kidneys. Despite its...

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What’s all the fuss about Leptosporosis?

Posted on 11-30-2017

Leptospirosis, or lepto as it is commonly called, is an emerging infectious disease that poses a risk to both pets and humans. It is also zoonotic, meaning it can be transmitted from pets or other a...

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