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PREPARING YOUR PET for GENERAL ANESTHESIA

There are several steps that a pet owner may take to help your veterinarian plan for a successful general anesthesia and surgery. 1. Communicate concerns about your pet’s health to your veterinarian prior to scheduling surgery. Any signs of exercise intolerance, weight loss, a recent change in urination or defecation, and mental alertness are particularly […]

ADOPTION: Puppy or Adult?

Spring comes every year and new life suddenly abounds. Nowhere is this phenomenon more apparent than in the pet section of the classified ads. Puppies and kittens of every shape, color, and breed are suddenly available en mass and to fit any price range. Before an individual catches this “Spring Fever” and is tempted to […]

SEIZURES IN OUR PETS

A seizure is defined as a paroxysmal, transitory disturbance of brain function that has a sudden onset, ceases spontaneously, and has a tendency to recur. Generalized seizures affect the entire body. Most commonly, animals will fall to the side, make paddling movements with the limbs; they will often will urinate, salivate and defecate during the […]

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