Activities for Dogs with Poor Mobility

Dr. Teresa Hershey There are several times throughout a dog’s life where they may need some type of activity to stimulate their brain, but they may not be able to do much physical exercise. Sometimes this is due to doctor’s orders (such as recovering from a surgery), or because the patient has limited mobility from…

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Dr. Erik Melin Alopecia is the complete or partial loss of hair or failure to grow hair. Pets can be born with alopecia or it can develop over time. It can occur in one area, multiple areas, or over the entire body. Patterns of alopecia range from a single area of missing hair, to multiple…

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Bladder Stones in Rabbits

Dr. Deb Reed Bladder stones develop when calcium crystals in the urine combine with each other and oxalate and other particles in the urine, including protein, mucous, and bacteria. Symptoms range from blood in the urine, straining to urinate, frequent urination, and sometimes just acting uncomfortably. Diagnosis is by bladder x-rays and urinalysis and culture….

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Disaster Preparedness for Your Pets

Dr. Brek Perry Disaster (dih zas ter). A calamitous event, especially one occurring suddenly and causing great loss of life, damage, or hardship, as a flood, airplane crash, or business failure. We don’t ever like to think about it, but disasters can happen at any moment – be it a widely observed disaster such as…

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    Put a plan together for your pet.

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