Dogs of every age, breed, and lifestyle are at risk of getting worms. Most worms are invisible to the human eye and can only be detected with a fecal exam at your veterinarian's office. Today our Ypsilanti vets discuss the types of worms dogs can get, their signs, and how they can be treated.
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Animals can be great friends and companion's whether it is a cat, dog, fish, or hamster. However, there are many factors you need to take into consideration when choosing the right pet for you, and the vets at our Ypsilanti animal hospital discuss them with you today.
Is your dog scratching, licking, and biting at their skin? If so, it could be a sign that they have a skin condition called dermatitis. Today, our Ypsilanti vets discuss possible causes of dog skin problems as well as the signs, and treatments available.
It can be exciting to welcome new puppies into the world. However, you will have lots of new responsibilities when taking care of your pregnant dog. Here, our Ypsilanti vets share how you can take care of your dog during their pregnancy including the signs your dog is pregnant, the length of time they will be pregnant for, and how to prepare for the birth of puppies.
Vaccinating your puppy is the best way to help your pooch live a long, healthy life. One of the most important vaccines for puppies to get is the DHPP 5-in-1 vaccination. Here, our Ypsilanti vets explain what this vaccine is and how it can protect your dog.
Today, our vets in Ypsilanti discuss the details of having your dog spayed or neutered including what you can expect from the procedure, the benefits of the surgery, as well as when you should have your pup spayed/ neutered.
If your kitty stops eating, you might have a hard time figuring out the reason why, and it could be tough to determine if you should take them to the vet. In this blog, our Ypsilanti vets list some common reasons why cats won't eat their food and how to determine if it's an emergency.
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Michigan Avenue Animal Hospital is accepting new patients! Get in touch today to book your pet's first appointment.