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What is Coronavirus & Can My Dog Get It?

Recently, you’ve probably heard in the news that coronavirus is a problem in China, and it’s spreading. It has made its way to the United States, and you may be concerned not only about your human family but your pets, too. Important questions we’ve received include: “Is my dog able to catch coronavirus?” and “Can…

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An Honest Look at Spay/Neuter Surgery & Its Costs

A common question pet parents ask us is “When do I fix my dog or cat?” Fixing refers to spays (females) and neuters (males). Neutering is a surgical procedure that removes the male’s testicles. Spaying is a hysterectomy where we remove the female’s uterus and ovaries. Both spay and neuter procedures are routinely performed when…

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Heartworm Prevention & Your Dog

Recently, our animal hospital has had an alarming number of pet parents come in for an annual visit with their dog, only to find out that their pet does not have protection against heartworms. Our goal as your veterinarian is to keep your pet as healthy as possible for as long as possible. Using the…

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Dog Food Warnings

Addressing Concerns Regarding Grain-Free Diets Recent research found that certain diets considered “grain-free” may be contributing to heart disease in dogs. The diets in question are not only those that list no grains, but also those that have peas and/or lentils as the main grain substitute. While the research is not fully conclusive, there is…

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