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A Pet Parent's Guide to Mastitis in Dogs

A Pet Parent's Guide to Mastitis in Dogs

Mastitis is a serious condition seen in pregnant and nursing dogs that requires treatment by a veterinarian as quickly as possible. Read on for information about the symptoms, causes and treatment of mastitis in female dogs.

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Getting Your Cat Fixed

Getting Your Cat Fixed

Now that your kitten is beginning to grow up, it's time to start thinking about when to have your feline friend spayed or neutered. In today's post, our Seattle vets explain how spaying or neutering will affect your cat and why we think these procedures are important.

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Ectropion in Dogs - Dogs with Sad Droopy Eyes

Ectropion in Dogs - Dogs with Sad Droopy Eyes

Sad droopy lower eyelids (ectropion) may give your dog an endearing sad look but can put your pup at risk for a number of eye problems. In today's post, our Seattle vets discuss ectropion in dogs, what it is, why it's problematic, and what pet parents can do to protect the health of their dog's eyes.

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Can dogs eat bones?

Can dogs eat bones?

The safety of dog bones is certainly a hot topic and one that many pet parents are eager to understand. Are bones good for dogs? What bones can dogs eat safely? Our Seattle vets provide some facts so you can make an informed decision about whether you should give your dog bones.

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Chronic Pain Conditions in Dogs

Chronic Pain Conditions in Dogs

Many pet parents dismiss the early signs of chronic pain in dogs as nothing more than natural aging, but in many cases, there are serious underlying health concerns that, if treated, could help to relieve your pet's discomfort and restore their good quality of life. Our Seattle vets explain.

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Gingivitis & Cat Health

Gingivitis & Cat Health

Is your feline friend reluctant to eat, or losing weight? It could be a sign that your cat may be suffering from a dental health problem. One common oral health issue in cats is an inflammation of the gums called gingivitis. Our Seattle vets explain.

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White Flakes & Itchy Skin - Does My Dog Have Dandruff?

White Flakes & Itchy Skin - Does My Dog Have Dandruff?

Have you noticed white flakes of dry skin throughout your pup's fur? It could be dandruff. In today's post, our Seattle vets explain some common causes of dandruff in dogs and how to help your dog's skin feel healthier.

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FVRCP Vaccine in Cats

FVRCP Vaccine in Cats

Most vets recommend that all indoor and outdoor cats receive the FVRCP vaccine. Today our Seattle vets explain why this vaccine is essential and how it protects your cat's health.

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Your Guide to Cat Hernia Surgery

Your Guide to Cat Hernia Surgery

If your cat has a hernia surgery will likely be required to correct the issue. In today's post, our Seattle vets discuss different types of hernias seen in cats, the surgical process, and cat hernia surgery cost.

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Bowel Obstruction In Dogs: Causes & Treatments

Bowel Obstruction In Dogs: Causes & Treatments

If your dog has a habit of chewing everything in their path, the possibility of a bowel obstruction is a very real health concern. Our Seattle vets discuss bowel obstructions in dogs and why it's very important to have this potentially life-threatening condition treated as quickly as possible.

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