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How to Treat Yeast Infections in Dogs

How to Treat Yeast Infections in Dogs

Dogs' ears can develop a yeast infection, especially in the summer months when it is hot and humid outside. Today, our Ypsilanti vets discuss the symptoms, causes, and treatment options for yeast infections in dogs' ears.

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What You Need to Know About Spaying or Neutering Your Dog

What You Need to Know About Spaying or Neutering 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.

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My Cat Won't Eat - Should I Be Worried?

My Cat Won't Eat - Should I Be Worried?

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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Why Dental Care for Your Dog Is Important

Why Dental Care for Your Dog Is Important

You need to keep your dog's mouth healthy because it's an important element to their overall health, and many dogs aren't getting the dental care they need to stay in optimal health. In this blog, our Ypsilanti vets discuss the importance of dental health in dogs.

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Dental Care for Dogs- How to Take Care of Your Dog's Teeth

Dental Care for Dogs- How to Take Care of Your Dog's Teeth

It's important to make your dogs' oral health a priority because they are susceptible to oral health problems such as periodontal disease and tooth decay. So our veterinarians in Ypsilanti are discussing the reasons why dental healthcare routines are important for dogs and how to keep your pup's teeth clean.

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Is My Cat Overweight? Signs & Symptoms

Is My Cat Overweight? Signs & Symptoms

The extra ounces on your kitty's body may make them more fun to cuddle but, that extra weight could negatively affect their long-term wellbeing and health. Here our vets in Ypsilanti discuss the ways you can tell if your cat is overweight and the reasons why they could be carrying some extra pounds.

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Cat Dental Health - How to Clean Your Cat's Teeth

Cat Dental Health - How to Clean Your Cat's Teeth

Dental pain is just as painful for cats as it is for humans, it can even keep your feline friend from eating. In this blog, our Ypsilanti vets discuss the importance of cat dental health and how you can keep your kitty's mouth clean.

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Sings and Symptoms of Heatstroke in Dogs

Sings and Symptoms of Heatstroke in Dogs

When the weather gets hot it can be tempting to spend all day outside in the heat with your dog. However, heatstroke in dogs is a potentially deadly condition that you should be aware of. That's why our Ypsilanti vets are explaining the signs and symptoms of heatstroke in dogs and what you should do.

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Why Are Regular Veterinary Checkups Important?

Why Are Regular Veterinary Checkups Important?

The best way to keep your pet healthy and to catch any health problems early is with routine wellness exams. These checkups give your vet the opportunity to monitor your pet's overall condition and to examine your cat or dog for early signs of diseases. In this blog, our veterinarians in Ypsilanti discuss the importance of bringing your pet in for regular wellness exams and what you can expect at your cat or dog's checkup.

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Side Effects of Pet Vaccines

Side Effects of Pet Vaccines

Every medical procedure in veterinary care comes with some level of risk (including vaccinations). In most situations, the benefits of having your pet vaccinated outweigh the associated risks. Today our vets in Ypsilanti share with you the possible side effects of having your cat or dog vaccinated and the steps you should take if your pet displays one.

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