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Our Windsor veterinarians share helpful tips and insights on how to keep your pets healthy and happy. 

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What cat breeds live the longest?

What cat breeds live the longest?

Your new kitty will be a cherished part of your family. Choosing a breed of cat that is known to be long-lived can be a great start to your new relationship. Here are a few lovely breeds known for living long lives. 

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Weight Loss in Older Dogs

Weight Loss in Older Dogs

While it's true that many dogs lose weight as they move into their senior years, weight loss can also be a sign of an underlying health problem. Today's post looks at why senior dogs lose weight and what to do.

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Teething Puppies: Tips & Tricks

Teething Puppies: Tips & Tricks

Canine parainfluenza virus (CPIV) is a highly contagious virus that causes respiratory illness in dogs. Here, our Windsor vets describe the symptoms that pet parents should watch for as well as the causes of parainfluenza in dogs and how it is treated.

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Parainfluenza in Dogs - What You Need to Know

Parainfluenza in Dogs - What You Need to Know

Canine parainfluenza virus (CPIV) is a highly contagious virus that causes respiratory illness in dogs. Here, our Windsor vets describe the symptoms that pet parents should watch for as well as the causes of parainfluenza in dogs and how it is treated.

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Anesthesia for Dogs - When it's Used & Risk Factors

Anesthesia for Dogs - When it's Used & Risk Factors

Anesthesia is required in most surgical procedures, as well as standard veterinary dental procedures. But what are the risks involved in dog anesthesia, how long does anesthesia last and what are the side effects? Our Windsor vets explain.

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Gingivitis & Cat Dental Health

Gingivitis & Cat Dental Health

Gingivitis is a potentially severe condition that causes inflammation of your cat's gums. In extreme cases, cats with gingivitis can have difficulties eating and experience severe pain. Our Windsor vets explain more.

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Dog Cavities & How They Are Treated

Dog Cavities & How They Are Treated

Cavities are as painful for our furry friends as they are for us. In today's post, our Windsor vets explain how to prevent your dog from developing cavities, and how they can be treated if they do occur.

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Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging Technologies - A Pet Parent's Guide

Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging Technologies - A Pet Parent's Guide

Diagnostic imaging technologies can help our Windsor vets determine the cause, extent, or seriousness of a pet's illness or injury. Today, we discuss various diagnostic imaging methods used to pinpoint the cause of your pet's symptoms.

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Tooth Resorption & Dental Care for Cats

Tooth Resorption & Dental Care for Cats

Cat tooth resorption is a painful oral health condition that often goes untreated because pet parents are unaware of the symptoms. So, today our vets discuss the symptoms of tooth resorption in cats and how it is treated.

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When is a dog considered a senior?

When is a dog considered a senior?

Is your dog getting on in years, but you aren't quite sure if they are old? Our Windsor vets discuss when a dog is considered senior, and how to care for your dog as they enter their golden years.

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