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Cushing's Disease in Dogs - Cause, Symptoms and Treatment

If your dog experiences the symptoms of Cushing's disease, it can cause severe and potentially life-threatening complications. Our Sacramento vets discuss the causes Cushing's disease in dogs, as well as the frequently seen symptoms and how it can be treated.

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Symptoms, Causes & Treatment of Anemia in Dogs

Symptoms, Causes & Treatment of Anemia in Dogs

While we always hope that our pets will stay happy and healthy, sometimes they may be affected by a variety of conditions. One condition that could affect your dog is anemia. Today our Sacramento vets discuss the various types of anemia in dogs, what the most common symptoms and causes are as well as how they can be treated.

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Anaplasmosis in Dogs, Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Anaplasmosis in Dogs, Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Anaplasmosis is a serious disease that is spread by the black-legged deer tick which can be found all across the US. Today, our Sacramento vets discuss what anaplasmosis in dogs is and how it is transmitted along with information about the treatment and prevention of this disease.

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5 Easy Ways to Keep Your Dog's Teeth Clean & Provide Proper Dental Care

5 Easy Ways to Keep Your Dog's Teeth Clean & Provide Proper Dental Care

Just as with humans, animals and pets such as our dogs require routine dental cleaning care in order to keep their mouths clean and healthy. Today, our Sacramento vets explain how to properly clean your dog's mouth and teeth as well as how to provide proper dental care. 

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Pneumonia in cats

Pneumonia in cats

There are various conditions that may cause the symptoms of pneumonia and breathing difficulties in cats. Today, our Sacramento vets discuss the causes and symptoms of pneumonia in cats as well as how it is treated.

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Anaplasmosis in Dogs

Anaplasmosis in Dogs

In the US ticks are a common carrier and transmitter of various diseases. Anaplasmosis is one of the diseases commonly spread by the black-legged deer tick. Today, our Sacramento vets share the symptoms of Anaplasmosis in dogs as well as how it is typically diagnosed and treated.

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Cat Dental Surgery: When Tooth Extractions Are Necessary

Cat Dental Surgery: When Tooth Extractions Are Necessary

While routine care and prevention should always be first and foremost for your cat's oral care, circumstances may arise that require a tooth extraction. Today, our Sacramento cat dentists discuss what happens during cat dental surgery and why tooth extractions may be necessary.

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Common Dog Dental Problems & How Veterinary Dentistry Can Help

Common Dog Dental Problems & How Veterinary Dentistry Can Help

Providing your dog with proper oral care will help protect them from a variety of preventable oral diseases. In today's post, our Sacramento vet dentists discuss some common dog dental problems and how veterinary dentistry can help protect your pup. 

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Gingivitis in Cats: Signs, Causes & Treatment

Gingivitis in Cats: Signs, Causes & Treatment

Your cat's oral health is an important part of their overall health and wellness. Even so, most adult cats suffer from dental disease. Our Sacramento vets talk about the signs and causes of dental disease and gingivitis in cats as well as treatment options.

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Cavities in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Cavities in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Cavities are not just an issue in humans, it is possible for your dog to also suffer from dental issues. Our Sacramento vets discuss cavities in dogs, how to prevent them and what to do if your dog develops one. 

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