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Pet Arthritis: A Brief Guide

Osteoarthritis or degenerative joint disease (DJD), is a common diagnosis in dogs but also occurs quite frequently in cats. It is more common in senior pets, but can be seen in younger pets, especially if there is a history of injury or joint dysplasia. Osteoarthritis is a term describing a syndrome that leads to

Heart Murmurs: To Be Concerned Or Not?

by Dr. Jodi Reed Sometimes, when doing a thorough physical exam on a patient, we hear a heart murmur. Often, informing pet parents we are hearing a murmur elicits fear and concern, so I want to shed some light on the subject to help navigate through the good, the bad and the ugly regarding this

Why Animal Check Ups Are Vital for Your Furbaby

There is so much that goes into owning a pet – from the tiniest kitten to the biggest dog, and annual animal checkups are an essential part of keeping your pet healthy and happy. Let your vet help you provide the best care for each one of your fur-babies! Know what questions you’ll need to answer,

What You Need to Know About an Emergency Vet Clinic

Emergency vet clinics exist to provide what no pet owner wants to think about: urgent, after-hours care during an accident or unexpected illness. Some clinics offer service during nighttime hours only and after their regular staff has gone home, while other clinics (usually the larger ones) have a dedicated emergency room where urgent treatment can