Bringing home a new puppy is a thrilling experience, but as a responsible pet owner, it's important to be well-prepared before heading to the vet. Today, our Stockton will guide you through what you need to know about your puppy's first visit.
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If your cat has undergone surgery, there are certain things you can do at home to help them recover quickly and return to their normal life. Our veterinarians at Stockton offer useful tips and advice on how to facilitate your cat's recovery after a procedure.
If you have recently brought home a new kitten or adult cat, you may be considering whether or not to have them spayed or neutered. Our vets at Rosemarie Pet Hospital can explain the many benefits of this procedure for both your cat and the larger community.
Lyme disease affects both humans and pets in North America. It is transmitted by ticks and often causes long-lasting symptoms like joint pain in people. In this article, our veterinarians in Stockton will talk about the signs and treatment of Lyme disease in dogs.
If you see your small dog suddenly stop, stretch their neck out, and make a loud snorting sound, don't be alarmed! This is most likely a reverse sneeze, which is a common occurrence in small dogs. Our Stockton vets explain this type of breathing, also known as paroxysmal respiration.
Tick-borne illnesses affect numerous pets in North America every year and can result in severe and uncomfortable symptoms. Therefore, it's crucial to understand how to promptly and accurately remove ticks from your furry friend. Our veterinary professionals at Stockton recommend using the steps outlined below or consulting with your veterinarian for additional guidance.
If your dog has been diagnosed with cancer, you will feel overwhelmed and have many questions. Today, our Stockton specialist vets lay out some steps you could take to gain a calmer perspective and a clear understanding of what to expect if my dog has cancer.
When you bathe your dog, dirt and debris are removed from their fur, which helps them look and smell their best. In this post, our Stockton veterinarians discuss how often you should bathe your dog and explain how to make the bathing process as smooth as possible for you and your pup.
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