Pet Care Tips

How often should you take a dog to the vet?

How often should you take a dog to the vet?

Caring for your pup is more than just hugs and cuddles (although we know how wonderful this part can be). It is also the more thorough care that needs to happen such as exams, vaccinations and parasite prevention. Here, our Edgewater vets share some information about when you should take your dog to the vet and what to expect during these visits.

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Signs of Pain in Cats

Signs of Pain in Cats

As pet owners, you must be aware of the subtle signs that your feline friend is in pain since cats are known for concealing their discomfort. Our vets in Edgewater his sharing insights into the symptoms and indicators of pain in cats, along with tips on how you can assist your furry companion.

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Joint Pain in Dogs

Joint Pain in Dogs

Our Edgewater vets often see dogs in their office due to symptoms of joint pain. Although a common reason for joint pain is aging, there are effective treatments available to relieve discomfort in dogs of any age or activity level.

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How to Tell if Your Cat Wants Another Cat

How to Tell if Your Cat Wants Another Cat

Cats often seem like aloof, solitary animals but they are actually very sociable creatures who thrive on building intimate ties with other animals. Below, our Edgewater vets discuss getting a second cat as a companion for your first, and how to introduce them to each other.

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Bordetella in Cats

Bordetella in Cats

Bordetella bronchiseptica in cats is a bacterium that can cause an upper respiratory illness. It is mostly a concern in environments where cats are maintained in large groupings, such as rescue shelters and some breeding houses. Antibiotics may successfully cure infections, and an effective vaccination is available in many areas. Today, our Edgewater vets discuss cat bordetella and what you can do to spot and stop it.

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Can a vaccinated dog get rabies?

Can a vaccinated dog get rabies?

While you may have already vaccinated your dog against rabies, there is still a small chance that they could become infected. Our Edgewater vets talk about rabies and whether your dog can still get rabies after being vaccinated.

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Kitten Teething: What You Need to Know

Kitten Teething: What You Need to Know

Just like people, our feline friends have baby teeth that fall out before their permanent teeth emerge. Here, our Edgewater veterinarians explain kitten teething and how you can help relieve any discomfort they may be feeling. 

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Signs of Infection After Spaying/Neutering a Dog

Signs of Infection After Spaying/Neutering a Dog

Spaying or neutering your dog is a big decision, and you might be worried about the complications that could arise. The chances of a complication are very low, but our Edgewater vets discuss what to expect after spaying/neutering your dog and the signs of complications or infection to look out for.

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The Cutest Cat Breeds

The Cutest Cat Breeds

Every kitty is adorable, but have you ever wondered which are the absolute fluffy, cutest cat breeds? There is some stiff competition from cats trying to claw their way up to number one! Our Edgewater vets share a list of cute cat breeds to consider if you are looking for a new four-legged friend. 

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Why It's Important to Vaccinate Your Indoor Cat

Why It's Important to Vaccinate Your Indoor Cat

Our Edgewater vets understand that it can be tempting to skip vaccinations for indoor cats, but even if your kitty isn't allowed outside there are some good reasons to keep your cat's shots up to date.

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