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What Happens If My Dog Tests Positive for Heartworm?

As part of our canine patients’ annual wellness care, our veterinarians recommend having pups tested for heartworm infection each year in order to prescribe heartworm prevention to be used over the mosquito season (June till November).

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Pyometra: A Preventable Disease in Female Pets

What is pyometra? Pyometra describes a bacterial infection of the uterus (womb) and usually manifests with a pus-filled uterus. It means intact (unspayed) female pets are at the highest risk for this condition.

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Information on Heartworm Preventives

Heartworm disease is caused by parasitic worms that invade your dog’s heart and the surrounding blood vessels.

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Dental Wellness

Dental wellness is a very important aspect of overall pet health.

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Lunar/Chinese New Year Pet Safety Tips

Many East Asian cultures celebrate Lunar/Chinese New Year which begins on February 5, 2019, marks the Year of the Pig. This is certainly a fun time full of celebration with exciting traditions!

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