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Knee Surgery for Dogs

Knee Surgery for Dogs

Injuries sustained while your dog is running and playing as well as repeated use can result in the need for surgical repair. Here, our Greeley vets share some of the reasons a knee injury may happen and what to expect if your dog needs knee surgery to treat a torn ligament.

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Cat Urinary Tract Infections

Cat Urinary Tract Infections

Urinary conditions are commonly seen by vets. While they can affect cats of all ages, they are mainly diagnosed in older male cats. In this post, our veterinarians in Greeley discuss the causes and symptoms of urinary tract infections in cats and what can be done to treat this condition.

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Vomiting & Diarrhea in Pets That Won't Stop: Causes & What to Do

Vomiting & Diarrhea in Pets That Won't Stop: Causes & What to Do

If your cat or dog is suffering from gastrointestinal upset they may have many uncomfortable symptoms that should be monitored closely. Today, our Greeley vets discuss vomiting and diarrhea in pets and when you should seek emergency veterinary care.

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Dog Hip Dysplasia Surgery

Dog Hip Dysplasia Surgery

Hip dysplasia is a condition that occurs when a dog's bones and joints don't develop as they should. It can lead to discomfort and complications as they get older. Today, our Greeley vets talk about hip dysplasia surgery for dogs, the cost, and what to expect during recovery.

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TPLO Surgery in Dogs

TPLO Surgery in Dogs

Our furry friends love running and playing, especially when they get to play with their owners or other pets. Unfortunately, this playing can sometimes lead to injuries. Here, our Greeley vets discuss CCL (cranial cruciate ligament) injuries in dogs and how TPLO surgery can help get them moving again.

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Is Your Cat Overweight? Signs, Symptoms & What to Do

Is Your Cat Overweight? Signs, Symptoms & What to Do

Does your cat seem a little rounder than usual? While this may seem harmless and cute it can actually cause some serious health concerns. Our Greeley vets talk about how being overweight can affect your cat's health and what you can do to help manage their weight.

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Dog Tooth Extraction: What to Expect

Dog Tooth Extraction: What to Expect

While routine veterinary dental care can help prevent serious concerns, there are cases of accidents and injuries or even a slip in the diligence of care. This can lead to the need for more invasive treatment. Here, our Greeley vets talk about why dog tooth extractions may be needed and what you can expect from the procedure.

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What Does Ringworm Look Like On a Dog?

What Does Ringworm Look Like On a Dog?

Ringworm may be seemingly easy to manage but did you know that it can have a serious impact on your dog's health if left untreated? Our Greeley vets talk about ringworm in dogs including what it is and the importance of having it treated.

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The Dangers of Rabies in Cats

The Dangers of Rabies in Cats

If you have a cat then it is important that you protect against the serious conditions and diseases that could affect them. Some of these diseases, such as rabies, are potentially deadly but also preventable. Today, our Greeley vets talk about the potentially fatal rabies virus, the signs of rabies in cats and what you can do to help prevent it.

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Gingivitis in Cats: Signs, Causes & Treatment

Gingivitis in Cats: Signs, Causes & Treatment

Routine dental care and professional cleanings are important to help protect your cat against various dental concerns such as gingivitis. Our Greeley vets talk about the importance of dental care for cats, the signs of gingivitis and the treatment options for this condition.

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