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The Importance of Fecal Exams for Dogs and Cats

The Importance of Fecal Exams for Dogs and Cats

Annual cat and dog fecal exams, done at your vet's office, are the best way to ensure that your pet and your family are safe from intestinal parasites. Yearly fecal exams give your vet an opportunity to check for intestinal parasites that could otherwise be missed. Our Englewood vets explain more.

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Ear Hematoma Surgery in Dogs

Ear Hematoma Surgery in Dogs

An ear hematoma, also called an aural hematoma, is a blood-filled blister that can form on a dog's ear. Dogs with long and floppy ears, which are prone to infections, are more likely to get them. Our veterinarians at Englewood will provide more information on ear hematomas and their treatment.

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Orthopedic Surgery for Dogs

Orthopedic Surgery for Dogs

Has your veterinarian told you your pet needs orthopedic surgery? Learn about orthopedic surgery, the different types of procedures, and what the recovery process is like for dogs.  

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Basal Cell Tumor in Cats: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Basal Cell Tumor in Cats: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

The most commonly diagnosed tumors in cats are those affecting the skin or just beneath the skin. Basal cell tumors in cats fall into this category. Learn how these tumors are diagnosed and treated.

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How old do kittens have to be to get fixed?

How old do kittens have to be to get fixed?

A new kitten brings lots of love and happiness to any home, but there's also some responsibility involved. Getting your kitten fixed is one of the most important steps you can take. But, when is the best time to spay or neuter a kitten? Our Englewood vets answer common questions.

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Diet for Cats with Hyperthyroidism

Diet for Cats with Hyperthyroidism

Some cats have an overactive thyroid gland, which may trigger numerous health conditions and accompanying symptoms. Today, we'll explain the purpose of the thyroid gland and list signs that it may be overactive. We'll also discuss what type of cat food is beneficial for kitties with hyperthyroidism. 

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PET Scans vs. CT Scans for Pets: What's the difference?

PET Scans vs. CT Scans for Pets: What's the difference?

You'll likely hear many medical terms and acronyms if your pet needs diagnostic imaging. In this post, we'll compare and contrast a CT scan and a PET scan and share how they help a veterinarian diagnose your cat or dog's health condition.

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My Dog is Constipated - What Should I Do?

My Dog is Constipated - What Should I Do?

Understanding the signs of pain in dogs can be crucial in detecting health issues early and seeking fast and effective veterinary care. Our Englewood vets explain how to spot the signs of pain in dogs.

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Best Guard Dogs For Protection & Family

Best Guard Dogs For Protection & Family

If you're searching for a family guard dog and need help identifying the ideal breed, we've got you covered. In this article, our veterinarians in Englewood talk about family-friendly guard dogs that protect while also being lovable pets.

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Signs a Dog is In Pain

Signs a Dog is In Pain

Understanding the signs of pain in dogs can be crucial in detecting health issues early and seeking fast and effective veterinary care. Our Englewood vets explain how to spot the signs of pain in dogs.

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