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New info in the vet community about how fear and stress affects the pet’s overall health. The goal is to try to minimize stress and fear associated veterinary visits.
We know: no one wants to hear about ticks. They are foul, disturbing and spread diseases; this is precisely why you should be arming your pet against them.
Some of us have had to take on the role of caregiver for those loved ones leading up to the end, it is a responsibility we take on because of love and respect.
Roundworms are the most prevalent parasitic worms in dogs, typically infecting them, especially as puppies. They are easily contracted and spread in various ways.
One of our RVTs Emily and her fur baby Archie show us how to properly take care of your pet’s teeth!
You may ask, “why is a dental cleaning at a veterinary hospital is so much more expensive than that offered by a groomer?” Here’s the answer.
Deciduous teeth are the scientific name for baby teeth. Like humans, puppies and kittens are born without teeth, and over the next weeks of life, the baby teeth erupt.
In this blog, we go over the steps to comprehensive oral health assessment and treatment.
Periodontal disease describes issues with the supporting structures of the teeth. These include the gingiva, the periodontal ligaments, and the alveolar bone.
CVH’s very own doctors sat down to answer some of the most common senior pet questions that they get asked. Check out the following videos for their advice.
When translocating to other parts of the world, careful planning becomes key to avoid problems, delays and extra costs.
Pilling your cat at home can be a daunting task if you have never done it before, and even in the hands of seasoned professionals!
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