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C-Sections For Dogs

C-Sections For Dogs

Emergency c-sections can be performed if a dog is in labor, but in some cases, an elective c-section may be recommended if your pooch faces an increased risk of complications. Today, our Glendale vets look at how to tell if your dog needs a c-section.

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Hip Dysplasia Surgery in Dogs

Hip Dysplasia Surgery in Dogs

Hip dysplasia is a painful condition caused by the abnormal development of one or both hips in your dog. Untreated hip dysplasia can worsen over time, severely limiting your dog's mobility. Our Glendale vets explain the three most effective surgeries used to treat hip dysplasia in dogs in today's post.

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Dog Knee Surgery

Dog Knee Surgery

If your dog is experiencing knee pain due to a torn cruciate ligament (ACL), surgery may be the best treatment option. Today, our Glendale vets look at 3 surgery options for treating this common knee injury in dogs.

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Cat Hernia Surgery: Recovery & Cost

Cat Hernia Surgery: Recovery & Cost

As long as they are detected early, hernias in cats typically aren’t serious and can be repaired with surgery. In this post, our Glendale vets describe different types of hernias and offer insight into what to expect from cat hernia surgery.    

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Hip Dysplasia Surgery in Dogs: Cost & Recovery

Hip Dysplasia Surgery in Dogs: Cost & Recovery

Hip dysplasia is a condition characterized by the abnormal formation of one or both of your dog's hips leading to pain when exercising or changing position. Learn more about hip dysplasia, its symptoms, and the surgeries used to treat this condition.

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Lymphoma in Cats: Symptoms & Treatment

Lymphoma in Cats: Symptoms & Treatment

Lymphoma is a type of cancer commonly seen in cats that affects specific white blood cells called lymphocytes. In today's blog, our Glendale vets explain the types of lymphoma seen in cats, how they are diagnosed and how they are treated. 

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how long can a dog live after being diagnosed with cancer?

how long can a dog live after being diagnosed with cancer?

When our Glendale vets have the sad task of diagnosing cancer in a dog, the owner's first question is typical - how long can a dog live with cancer? The questions might also be specific. How long can a dog live with bone/mammary/ liver/adrenal/bladder cancer? Today. our vets explain why that's such a difficult question to answer even with today's advanced diagnostics and treatments.

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How long do puppies teethe?

How long do puppies teethe?

Puppy teething can be a trying time for pet parents. Pain caused by teething often leads our adorable companions to chew on things they shouldn't - like your favorite pair of shoes for example. Here are a few suggestions from our Glendale vets on how you can help relieve your puppy's teething pain and get you both through this difficult stage.

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Cat Dental Care & Health

Cat Dental Care & Health

Dental health issues can be just as painful for your cat as they are for us. Mouth and tooth pain could even cause your feline friend to resist eating. Today, our Glendale vets explain how to clean your cat's mouth and keep its teeth healthy.

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How to Treat Periodontal Disease in Dogs

How to Treat Periodontal Disease in Dogs

Periodontal disease can negatively impact your dog's overall health as well as their dental health, but what is periodontal disease in dogs, and how can you prevent it? Today, our Glendale vets explain how you can help to keep your dog's mouth healthy. 

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