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Dog Skin Allergies - FAQ

Dog Skin Allergies - FAQ

In today's post, our Tumwater vets answer the pertinent questions about skin allergies in dogs. Read on to learn everything you need to know about the symptoms, causes, and treatments for dog skin allergies.

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Cat Limping - When It's Time To Head To The Vet

Cat Limping - When It's Time To Head To The Vet

Cats thrive on being incredibly active and exploring the world we live in, unfortunately, this can sometimes result in all types of injuries. In this post, our Tumwater vets will cover some of the causes of limping in cats and what you should do if you notice your cat is limping. 

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What To Do If Your Dog Has a Cut Paw

What To Do If Your Dog Has a Cut Paw

The pads on the bottoms of your dog's paws are much tougher than the bottoms of a person's feet but they can still suffer from painful cuts, grazes and other injuries. Below, our Tumwater vets explain what to do if your dog has a cut paw.

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Common Dental Problems Cat Owners Should Be Aware Of

Common Dental Problems Cat Owners Should Be Aware Of

Dental problems can cause your cat significant pain, and lead to other health issues. Today, our Tumwater veterinary team explains how to spot dental health problems in your cat, what the most common dental diseases are in cats, and how these issues can be prevented or treated.

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Periodontal Disease in Dogs FAQ

Periodontal Disease in Dogs FAQ

Periodontal disease can have a negative impact on your dog's oral health and, furthermore, their overall health. Today our Tumwater vets share more about periodontal disease in dogs, the symptoms, causes, and what treatments are available to restore your dog's oral health.

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Dog Dental Care: How to Clean a Dog's Mouth

Dog Dental Care: How to Clean a Dog's Mouth

Tooth decay and gum disease are as much of a problem for dogs as they are for people. That's why caring for your dog's teeth is an important element of caring for your dog's overall health. In today's post, our Tumwater vets explain how to clean a dog's mouth and keep your pup's teeth in tip-top condition.

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Caring For Your Dog After Surgery

Caring For Your Dog After Surgery

Dog owners play a pivotal role in the recovery of their pets after surgery. Today, our Tumwater vets share some tips for how to provide attentive, diligent post-op care and return your canine companion to their daily routine as soon as possible.

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Strategies to Help Your Cat That is Recovering From Surgery

Strategies to Help Your Cat That is Recovering From Surgery

A surgical procedure itself is just the first step on the path to recovery for our feline friends. While it is the biggest step, cat owners are behooved to have strategies in place to care for their cat after the procedure - so in today's post, our Tumwater vets discuss how to care for a cat recovering from surgery, what to do for a cat not eating after surgery, and how to stop a cat from jumping after surgery.

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Dog Hip Dysplasia Surgery - Costs and Other FAQs

Dog Hip Dysplasia Surgery - Costs and Other FAQs

Hip dysplasia is a painful condition caused by the abnormal formation of one or both of a dog's hips. When left untreated hip dysplasia becomes more severe over time and seriously limits the mobility of afflicted dogs. In today's post, our Tumwater vets explain the three most effective surgeries used to treat hip dysplasia in dogs.

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IVDD Surgery in Dogs

IVDD Surgery in Dogs

IVDD (intervertebral disc disease) is one of the most commonly seen neurologic disorders in dogs, leaving terror and heartbreak for afflicted dogs and their owners in its wake. Treatment is required early to combat IVDD, so in today's article, our Tumwater vets discuss IVDD surgery and its costs.

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