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Joint Pain in Dogs - Signs, Causes & Treatment

Joint Pain in Dogs - Signs, Causes & Treatment

Our veterinarians at Windsor commonly examine dogs who endure joint pain. Joint pain frequently occurs most often with senior dogs but it is important to monitor for symptoms no matter the age in order to seek treatment as soon as possible. 

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Skin Cancer in Cats

Skin Cancer in Cats

Skin cancer is found in both indoor and outdoor cats and is often caused by sun exposure. Today, our vets in Windsor discuss skin cancer in cats including its causes, symptoms, and the treatment options available.

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Liver Cancer in Dogs - Symptoms, Signs, and Life Expectancy

Liver Cancer in Dogs - Symptoms, Signs, and Life Expectancy

Like with all forms of cancer, a diagnosis of liver cancer in dogs can be devastating for pet owners. The treatability of liver cancer in dogs carries greatly dependant upon the type of cancer and how early the disease was detected. In today's post, our Windsor vets teach you everything dog owners need to know about liver cancer in dogs including signs, symptoms, and life expectancy for afflicted canine companions.

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Dogs After Surgery FAQ - What to do if They Are Coughing, Shaking, or Not Eating

Dogs After Surgery FAQ - What to do if They Are Coughing, Shaking, or Not Eating

Dog owners play a pivotal role in the recovery of their pets after surgery. Today, our Windsor vets share some tips for how to provide attentive, diligent post-op care and return your canine companion to their daily routine as soon as possible.

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How to Stop Jumping and Other Tips For Cats Recovering From Surgery

IVDD (intervertebral disc disease) is one of the most commonly seen neurologic disorders in dogs, leaving terror and heartbreak for afflicted dogs and their owners in its wake; generally, treatment is required early to combat IVDD, so in today's article our Windsor vets discuss IVDD surgery and its costs.

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What is IVDD in dogs?

What is IVDD in dogs?

IVDD (intervertebral disc disease) is one of the most commonly seen neurologic disorders in dogs, leaving terror and heartbreak for afflicted dogs and their owners in its wake; generally, treatment is required early to combat IVDD, so in today's article our Windsor vets discuss IVDD surgery and its costs.

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Fixing Your Dog's Hip - Dysplasia Surgery Cost

Fixing Your Dog's Hip - Dysplasia Surgery Cost

Today, our Windsor vets answer questions about the costs of hip dysplasia surgery, dogs who need it, and their expected recovery time. Hip dysplasia is a condition characterized by the abnormal formation of one or both of a dog's hips, which leads to pain when exercising or changing position. 

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TPLO Surgery in Dogs - Preparation, Recovery, and What to Do if They Jump

TPLO Surgery in Dogs - Preparation, Recovery, and What to Do if They Jump

Dogs have what is known as the cranial cruciate ligament (CCL), it is comparable to a human's ACL and helps their knee function correctly.  It is also one of the most likely places for traumatic injury in our canine companions. Today our Windsor vets discuss the details of TPLO surgery, dogs who need it, and what to do if your dog jumped before they were fully recovered.

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Signs That Your Pet Needs Emergency Veterinary Care

Signs That Your Pet Needs Emergency Veterinary Care

Knowing when your pet is in need of emergency veterinary services can be difficult for many pet owners. Our Windsor emergency vets are here to share some indications that you should head to your closest emergency veterinary hospital.

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How to Care for Your Pet After Surgery

How to Care for Your Pet After Surgery

If your pet has just had surgery you need to stay up to date on how you should be taking care of them, to help them recover faster. Below our vets at New England Veterinary Center & Cancer Care in Windsor discuss the best ways you can take care of your pet to help them recover after surgery.

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