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Quick tips: the importance of oral health

Pets’ mouths should be healthy, just like ours! However, it is hard for pet owners to recognize when their pet needs dental care. In this…

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How to Care for a Senior Dog

Dr. Lera talks about caring for an aging dog with Lily, an 11-year-old (in the video we mistakenly say ten-year-old) female mixed dog. Connect with…

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How to administer insulin to your dog

This short video will empower caregivers of diabetic dogs to feel confident when administering insulin using a syringe and needle, providing simple tricks and tips…

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The Complete Healthy Dog Handbook: Healthcare

Today’s dog owners are more attuned to their pets‘ health and well-being than ever before. And with good reason: Americans spend upward of $10 billion…

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In the Exam Room: Preventive Care Visits

Preventive care visits are an important part of keeping your pet happy and healthy. But what does a veterinarian do during a wellness check-up? Dr….

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Routine Dental Cleaning (Dog)

Missy Shardy DVM, Dawna Shroads RVT and Dawn Archey RVT, walk you through a routine dental cleaning on a dog from beginning to end.

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Homemade Dog Food for Digestive Disorders Recipe (Simple)

Digestive disorders in dogs can range from mild issues to severe diseases. Before switching your pup to a homemade dog food for digestive disorders, it’s best…

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Homemade Dog Food for Diarrhea Recipe (Helps to Firm Up Stools)

Every dog suffers from diarrhea at one time or another. Because diarrhea is caused by digestive upset, it’s important to know how to feed your…

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The Importance of a Yearly Physical Exam for your Dog

An annual physical exam is a vital part of maintaining a healthy, happy, and long life for your dog. Since dogs age faster than people…

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How to give subcutaneous (subQ) fluids to a dog or cat.

Dogs and cats may be given subcutaneous fluids at a veterinary hospital for various reasons, the most common being dehydration or kidney failure. If you…

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