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How to Treat Periodontal Disease in Dogs

How to Treat Periodontal Disease in Dogs

Healthy teeth and gums play an important role in your dog's overall health, yet periodontal disease is very common in our four-legged patients. Our Seattle vets discuss canine periodontal disease and how can it be prevented.

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How To Clean Your Cat's Teeth

How To Clean Your Cat's Teeth

Did you know that cats can suffer from painful toothaches and gum disease just like people? Today our Seattle vets explain more about cat dental health and how to clean your cat's teeth.

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Aural Hematoma in Cats - What To Do if Your Cat Has an Ear Hematoma

Aural Hematoma in Cats - What To Do if Your Cat Has an Ear Hematoma

Although they don't occur often, cats can experience ear injuries that result in hematomas. Below, our Seattle vets discuss ear hematomas in cats and the surgery used to treat this condition.

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A Pet Parents Guide to Excessive Panting in Dogs

A Pet Parents Guide to Excessive Panting in Dogs

Is your dog panting heavily although they haven't been playing or exercising? Here, our Seattle vets share some potential reasons why your dog may be panting excessively and when it's time to head to the vet.

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How To Improve Your Dog's Dental Health

How To Improve Your Dog's Dental Health

Dental health plays a fundamental role in your dog's overall health, so it's important to take steps to keep your pet's teeth and gums healthy. Follow these tips from our Seattle vets to help improve your dog's dental health.

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How to Care for a Cat Wound

How to Care for a Cat Wound

Cats are known for their curious nature, but that curiosity can sometimes lead to wounds and injuries. Today, our Seattle vets explain how to treat a cat wound and when a trip to the vet is called for.

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Dog Illnesses Spread by Ticks in Washington

Dog Illnesses Spread by Ticks in Washington

Tick-borne illnesses pose a serious health threat to dogs and people in the Seattle area. Symptoms caused by these conditions can be painful and even life-threatening for your pup. Our vets explain some of the most common tick-borne illnesses in dogs, and the symptoms to watch for.

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Care Tips for Pocket Pets

Care Tips for Pocket Pets

Although most people think of cats and dogs when they think of pets, pocket pets can be great animal companions. Today our Seattle vets explain what pocket pets are and share a few tips on how to keep your pocket pet healthy and happy.

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Signs of Cat Asthma Attacks

Signs of Cat Asthma Attacks

Our Seattle vets often see cats suffering from asthma often due to inhaled allergens. In today's post, we discuss some common symptoms of asthma in cats, and what you should do if your cat has an asthma attack. 

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Rabbit Vet Care - A Pet Parent's Guide

Rabbit Vet Care - A Pet Parent's Guide

If you're considering getting a rabbit, or have a new bunny, you may be wondering how often your pet should see the vet, what's involved in a rabbit vet visit, and how much veterinary care for rabbits costs. Our Seattle vets are here to provide you with those answers and more.

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