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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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IVDD in Dogs - FAQs About Surgery, Cost & Recovery

IVDD in Dogs - FAQs About Surgery, Cost & Recovery

IVDD (intervertebral disc disease) is one of the most commonly seen neurologic disorders in dogs, leaving terror and heartbreak for afflicted dogs and their owners in its wake; generally, treatment is required early to combat IVDD, so in today's article our Redding vets discuss IVDD surgery and its costs.

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Pet Emergencies - When is it time to see an emergency vet?

Pet Emergencies - When is it time to see an emergency vet?

Emergencies don't keep to a predictable schedule this is true both for people and for pets. It can sometimes be difficult to determine if your dog or cat is suffering an emergency situation - so in today's post, our Redding vets educate on signs that a trip to the ER for pets is most advisable.

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How Can I Help My Pet Recover From Surgery?

How Can I Help My Pet Recover From Surgery?

Knowing how to care for your pet properly after surgery can help you to get your dog or cat back to feeling better, quickly and safely. Today our Redding vets share some tips on how to care for your pet following surgery.

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Dog and Cat Checkups - The Importance of Routine Exams

Dog and Cat Checkups - The Importance of Routine Exams

Routine wellness exams are dog checkups and cat checkups for your companion animal. Routine pet checkups forward our Redding vets the opportunity to catch potential health complications earlier, and to therefore provide them less invasive and more effective treatment.

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What qualifications should I look for in a vet?

What qualifications should I look for in a vet?

You want to be sure that the vet you choose for your beloved pet has the right qualifications to provide the veterinary care that your animal needs. So, which qualifications should you look for?

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Preventing Heartworm Disease in Pets

Preventing Heartworm Disease in Pets

Heartworm disease is a serious condition that can lead to organ damage, severe lung disease, heart failure and even death for pets in Redding. This disease is typically found in dogs, cats and ferrets. Today, our vets explain why prevention is key. 

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Protecting Your Pet (And Your Family) From Ticks

Protecting Your Pet (And Your Family) From Ticks

Ticks are dangerous to both people and pets because they can spread many serious diseases. Today, our Redding vets explain how these external parasites thrive, including which signs to beware of, and how to keep ticks away from your pets and family. 

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How do I know if my pet has Lyme disease?

How do I know if my pet has Lyme disease?

One of the most common tick-transmitted diseases in the world is Lyme disease. Today, our Redding vets share information about Lyme disease in pets: what it is, which symptoms to watch for, and treatment options. 

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