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Cat Dental Health: How To Care For & Clean Your Cats Teeth

Cat Dental Health: How To Care For & Clean Your Cats Teeth

As with all creatures including humans, dental care is a large part of overall health. Keeping your cat's teeth clean and healthy is crucial to helping them eat, thrive and vocalize. Our Orange vets talk about cat dental health and how you can properly care for your cat's teeth and keep them clean.

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What is Kennel Cough in Dogs? Symptoms, Treatment & Prevention

What is Kennel Cough in Dogs? Symptoms, Treatment & Prevention

Have you recently begun to notice a dry non-productive cough in your dog? If this is the case then your pup may be suffering from Kennel Cough. Today our Orange vets share some facts about kennel cough in dogs such as the causes, treatment and how you can prevent it.

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C-Section for Dogs: Everything You Should Know

C-Section for Dogs: Everything You Should Know

While your dog may face having an emergency c-section during delivery, there is also the chance that an elective c-section may also be recommended if there are concerns. Today our Orange vets share everything that you need to know about c-sections for dogs.

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Dental Disease in Cats

Dental Disease in Cats

Dental issues in cats can be very concerning as they can lead to some very serious health conditions if left untreated. Today, our Orange veterinary team discusses how to spot the signs of dental disease in cats as well as what some of the common types of dental issues are.

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Joint Pain in Dogs - Signs, Causes & Treatment

Joint Pain in Dogs - Signs, Causes & Treatment

Joint pain is a condition that can seriously affect your dog's quality of life and while early detection is crucial, it can be difficult to spot the signs of until it has developed complications. Our Orange vets discuss the different types of joint pain in dogs, what signs to look out for and what you can do to help treat your canine companion.

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Ehrlichiosis in Dogs

Ehrlichiosis in Dogs

Ehrlichiosis is a serious tick-borne disease that is most commonly reported in areas with high tick populations. Successful treatment of this disease greatly depends on early detection and treatment. Today our Orange vets talk about the stages, symptoms and treatments for ehrlichiosis in dogs.

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Babesiosis in Dogs

Babesiosis in Dogs

Babesiosis is a disease that is transmitted through the bite of an infected tick. This disease affects the red blood cell count in your dog's body. Our Orange vets discuss what exactly Babesiosis in dogs is and how it is transmitted and treated.

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How Often Does My Dog Need Teeth Cleaning?

How Often Does My Dog Need Teeth Cleaning?

Routine oral health care is imperative for the lifelong health of your canine companion. Today our Orange veterinary dentists share some information about oral health care such as why dental cleanings are important and how often your dog should have routine dental cleanings performed.

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Asthma in Dogs

Asthma in Dogs

Asthma isn't a condition that can only affect humans, did you know that our canine companions can also experience this life-altering condition? Today our Orange vets explain the most common signs and symptoms of asthma in dogs and what you can do to help your dog breathe easier.

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Signs & Symptoms of Cancer in Dogs

Signs & Symptoms of Cancer in Dogs

If you discover a lump under your dog's skin it may be startling. It is good to know that not all lumps are possible cancer but rarely it may be. Our Orange vets discuss cancer in dogs and the possible types as well as the signs of cancer and possible diagnosis and treatment.

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