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Your Vet's Office: A Helpful Place

When you love your pet, looking at the sheer list of diseases to which they are susceptible can be heartbreaking. There's parvo, rabies, distemper, salmonella — and those are just a few of the contagious diseases! Thankfully, there is a place where you can get some peace of mind, and that is within your vet's office. Your vet can not only vaccinate your pet against various illnesses, they can also offer you various disease-prevention tips to help keep your furry friend in good shape. Read the articles on this blog for more information, and rest assured that you'll be a better-informed pet owner.

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What to Do If Your Dog Rips a Nail

Dogs' nails contain a piece of living tissue called the quick. It contains nerves and blood vessels. Because their nails contain living tissue, broken nails are not something to ignore. If your dog rushes up to you with a broken and bleeding toenail, then you'll need to stabilize the injury and take them to the vet clinic for treatment. Here's a closer look at how you should stabilize the wound, and also what the vet will do to treat your dog. Read More 

Four Reasons To Contact A Veterinary Specialist

You want the best for your pet, especially when it comes to their health. For this reason, it is important to know when it is time to seek out the care of a veterinary specialist. 1. Your Pet Has a Very Specific Issue Certain specific issues can often be better handled by a veterinary doctor that specializes in the specific complaint. For example, cancer may be best handled by a veterinary oncologist, while extensive dental problems may require the help of a vet that specializes in vet dentistry. Read More 

How Can Your Vet Help Manage Your Dog’s Chronic Joint Pain?

Chronic joint pain is more common in dogs than owners often realize. If your dog no longer seems interested in jumping on the couch, or if they're simply not as active as they used to be, this could be because they are suffering from chronic joint pain. Sometimes it is due to arthritis, and other times it is due to an old injury that still nags them. In either case, there are a few services that vets offer to help with the pain. Read More