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New Research Helps to Keep Your Pet’s Teeth Healthy

February 3, 2016

February is National Pet Dental Health Month. Tooth and gum disease is commonly diagnosed in dogs and cats. During routine veterinary examinations, dental tartar was the second most common problem identified; the number one problem is obesity. Last year we highlighted common dental problems in our photo blog for National Pet Dental Health Month 2015. For this year’s celebration, … Continue reading New Research Helps to Keep Your Pet’s Teeth Healthy

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Dangerous Delivery: Signs Your Birthing Dog Needs a Veterinarian

January 27, 2016

One way small animal veterinary medicine differs from human medicine is in the field of obstetrics. Human hospitals have entire floors devoted to labor, delivery and the newborn nursery. Most litters of puppies and kittens make their entrance into this world at home. Last week at The Animal Medical Center, a mother dog having a difficult delivery arrived … Continue reading Dangerous Delivery: Signs Your Birthing Dog Needs a Veterinarian

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Moo’s Christmas Wish

December 23, 2015

The holiday season is all about family – special dinners, gifts, visits from far away relatives and a sense of belonging. Moo never had a family.  Through the windows of the houses in his neighborhood, he could see families in their cozy homes and longed to be part of a family. The closest he came to a family of his … Continue reading Moo’s Christmas Wish