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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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Dog Ringworm - What It Looks Like & How It's Treated

Dog Ringworm - What It Looks Like & How It's Treated

If your dog has patches of hair loss with a crusty coating, it could be ringworm. In today's post, our Windsor vets explain the signs of ringworm in dogs, how it is diagnosed and how to prevent the spread to other pets.

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Parvovirus in Cats - What You Need to Know

Parvovirus in Cats - What You Need to Know

Parvovirus is a potentially life-threatening disease seen in cats. Our Windsor vets explain the causes, symptoms, prevention, and treatment options for parvovirus in cats so that you can take proactive steps to protect the health of your feline family member.

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What Will Happen at Your Pet's Annual Exam

What Will Happen at Your Pet's Annual Exam

What does a dog or cat wellness exam consist of? How long does a vet check-up take? How often should your pet have a routine exam? Today our Windsor vets answer your questions about pet wellness exams.

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Questions For Vets - What To Ask During Your Pet's Routine Exam

Questions For Vets - What To Ask During Your Pet's Routine Exam

Get the most out of your pet's routine exam appointment by asking your veterinarian these important questions suggested by our Windsor vets.

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Cat Rabies Symptoms & General Information

Cat Rabies Symptoms & General Information

Rabies is a highly contagious virus that poses a serious health threat to people, pets and other mammals. Today, our Windsor vets explain the symptoms of rabies and why it is essential to vaccinate your feline friend against this deadly disease.

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Rabies in Dogs

Rabies in Dogs

Rabies is a fatal, highly contagious virus that can affect dogs and other animals as well as people, but up-to-date vaccinations for your pet can help to protect them against this deadly disease. Today, our Windsor vets share some rabies facts.

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What To Expect From Your Dog's Tooth Extraction

What To Expect From Your Dog's Tooth Extraction

If your dog has a broken or badly decayed tooth, an extraction may be necessary to help relieve pain and restore your pup's good oral health. In today's post, our Windsor vets discuss what to expect if your dog is getting a tooth removed. 

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Dog Bad Breath & How to Get Rid of It

Dog Bad Breath & How to Get Rid of It

Stinky breath is a common problem in dogs that can prevent you from spending quality time with your pooch. But did you know that your dog's bad breath could be a sign of a serious health issue? Our Windsor vets explain.

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