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Tooth Resorption in Cats

Tooth Resorption in Cats

When your cat's body breaks down the structures within their teeth it's called tooth resorption and can be incredibly painful and possibly lead to further complications. Today, our Greeley vets discuss tooth resorption in cats, how to recognize the signs and how it can be treated.

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How to Treat Periodontal Disease in Dogs

How to Treat Periodontal Disease in Dogs

If your dog is over the age of three then there is a chance that they are already experiencing some of the signs of periodontal disease as this is one of the most common conditions seen in adult dogs. Our Greeley vets share the symptoms of periodontal disease in dogs, the effect is has on your pup and how it can be treated and prevented.

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Kitten Teething: Do They Lose Their Teeth?

Kitten Teething: Do They Lose Their Teeth?

If you have a new kitten then you will have many things to think about including dental care and concerns. This can lead to questions about their dental health and what to expect with the kitten's teeth. Our vets in Greeley answer your questions about whether your kitten will lose their teeth and how you can help them while they are teething.

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What is Whipworm in dogs? Symptoms, Treatment & Prevention

What is Whipworm in dogs? Symptoms, Treatment & Prevention

Whipworms are internal parasites that infect your dog and thrive within their intestines causing various uncomfortable symptoms. Today our Greeley vets share some information about whipworms in dogs such as the symptoms and prevention.

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Cat Vaccination Schedule

Cat Vaccination Schedule

You may be unsure about whether or not your cat actually needs any vaccinations and if they do which ones should they get and when? Our Greeley vets share some information about cat vaccinations and the recommended schedule in which they should receive their shots.

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Constipation in Dogs: Causes & Treatment

Constipation in Dogs: Causes & Treatment

Any dog can be affected by constipation regardless of breed or size, and there are many potential causes that should be considered. In today's post, our Greeley vets discuss constipation in dogs, the causes and treatment of constipation and when you might be concerned.

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Spaying and Neutering Dogs 101: Everything You Need to Know

Spaying and Neutering Dogs 101: Everything You Need to Know

Preventive care using vaccinations, wellness exams and preventive surgeries can help to ensure the lifelong health of your dog. Our Greeley vet surgeons talk about how spaying and neutering veterinary surgery can help protect your dog.

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Heavy Breathing in Cats

Heavy Breathing in Cats

Dogs are notorious for panting. They will pant when they are hot, when they are tired and when they are happy as well. Cats on the other hand may not show this behavior unless they are in some form of distress. Here, our Greeley vets discuss the various reasons for heavy breathing in cats and what you should do if your feline friend begins panting.

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Help! My Dog Pants At Night

Help! My Dog Pants At Night

There are times when your dog will do things such as panting and it will be perfectly normal, like when they are running around playing or if it is very hot outside. Occasionally, however, you may discover that your dog is showing this or other unusual behaviors when it seems unlikely to be normal. Today, our Greeley vets discuss the reasons why your dog pants at night and when you should bring them in for an examination.

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How to Take Care of a Pet Lizard

How to Take Care of a Pet Lizard

If you are thinking about getting a pet but the traditional furry pets aren't right for you then you might find an interest in reptiles. Today, our Greeley exotic animal vets talk about how to care for a pet lizard and potential health concerns to keep in mind.

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