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Why Won't My Cat Eat? Causes And What To Do

Why Won't My Cat Eat? Causes And What To Do

Both cat owners and our Redding vets know that cats can be infamously picky eaters, so if your cat is refusing to eat it can be difficult to know why. Read on for a few reasons why your cat may not be eating, and when you should head to your vet.

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Best Food for Dogs With Allergies

Best Food for Dogs With Allergies

Allergic reactions to food, while uncommon, can be frightening for both owners and their pets. Here, our Redding vets provide some information on what foods might be best to ease the symptoms of your dog's allergies.

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Pet Sitting vs. Pet Boarding: What's the Difference?

Pet Sitting vs. Pet Boarding: What's the Difference?

Our Redding vet team understands the stress that pet parents can feel when they have to head out of town. Is it better to hire someone to stay at your home and pet-sit, or is a pet boarding facility the smarter choice for your pet's safety and happiness?

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Dog Skin Problems: Scratching, Itching & Other Conditions

Dog Skin Problems: Scratching, Itching & Other Conditions

If your dog has a skin condition commonly known as dermatitis, it might be suffering from symptoms such as itching, scratching, and excessive licking. We talk about what might be causing your dog's skin problems and how you can help treat them.

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Common Cause of Diarrhea in Dogs & How You Can Help

Common Cause of Diarrhea in Dogs & How You Can Help

There are very few symptoms of illness that are more distressing to us than diarrhea in dogs! Here, our Redding vets explain the most common causes of diarrhea and what you can do to help resolve your pooch's issue.

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Helping Your Dog Recover After Surgery

Helping Your Dog Recover After Surgery

After your dog has had surgery, you can play a pivotal role in helping them to fully recover. Attentive, diligent post-op care is essential to help them return to their daily routine as soon as possible. Today, our Redding vets share some tips for how to care for your dog after surgery.

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How to Keep Your Cat From Jumping After Surgery & Other FAQs About Recovery

How to Keep Your Cat From Jumping After Surgery & Other FAQs About Recovery

After surgery, it is important to give special attention to your cat's care in order to avoid re-aggravating the injury. Today our Redding vets discuss strategies to care for a cat during their recovery, including how to stop a cat from jumping after surgery.

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What Should I Know About Pet Wellness Exams?

What Should I Know About Pet Wellness Exams?

Routine wellness exams (pet checkup) can help to provide your dog or cat with their very best chance at health and longevity. Our Redding vets explain what happens when you bring your pet in for a checkup at Dana Park Veterinary Hospital.

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Cataract Surgery for Dogs

Cataract Surgery for Dogs

Cataracts are a relatively common eye condition in people in dogs that can result in blurred vision and eventual blindness, but surgery can help to restore sight in many cases. Today our Redding vets share a little about cataract surgery for dogs, and what you can expect if your dog has cataract surgery.

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PU Surgery for Cats - What should I expect regarding cost and recovery?

PU Surgery for Cats - What should I expect regarding cost and recovery?

Domestic cats are particularly susceptible to sudden urinary blockages. Generally, we aim to treat these blockages through less invasive means, but when standard treatment is ineffective a perineal urethrostomy (PU) can be necessary to clear the dangerous and painful blockage from your feline companion. Today, our Redding vets are here to tell you everything you need to know about this treatment; including what costs are associated with the procedure and what the recovery proces...

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