Our Glendale veterinarians share helpful tips and advice to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.

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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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Why should I vaccinate my indoor cat?

Why should I vaccinate my indoor cat?

Skipping vaccinations for your indoor cat may be tempting but cat and kitten vaccines are as important for our feline homebodies as they are for cats who explore the great outdoors. Today our Glendale vets explain why vaccines for indoor cats are essential.

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Cavities in Dogs

Cavities in Dogs

Just like us, our dogs can develop dental cavities due to inadequate oral hygiene. In today's post, our Glendale vets explain how dog cavities are treated and how to prevent your canine companion from developing a cavity. 

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What is a reverse sneeze in dogs?

What is a reverse sneeze in dogs?

Your dog suddenly stops, extends its neck, and produces a loud snorting sound. There is a good chance that you have just witnessed a reverse sneeze, and it is common in small dogs. Below, our Glendale vets explain paroxysmal respiration.

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Seizures in Dogs

Seizures in Dogs

Seizures can be triggered in dogs due to a number of factors ranging from heat exhaustion to epilepsy. Here, our Glendale vets share some of the reasons that dogs have seizures, and what you should do if your dog has a seizure.

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Parvovirus in Puppies

Parvovirus in Puppies

Parvovirus is a highly contagious often deadly virus that is spread between dogs through contact with infected dogs or contaminated objects such as bowls or toys.  Below, our Glendale vets share facts about parvovirus that you need to know to help keep your four-legged friend healthy.

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Stool Tapeworm in Dogs

Stool Tapeworm in Dogs

Parasitic worms are not only unpleasant to look at but also can be detrimental to your dog's health. Here, our Glendale vets discuss what tapeworms are and how to get rid of tapeworms in dogs.

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Common Signs of Heart Disease in Dogs

Common Signs of Heart Disease in Dogs

Heart disease is a common internal medical condition in dogs so it's essential for pet parents to be able to spot the signs early, and get the treatment their four-legged friend needs fast. Below, our Glendale vets discuss common signs of heart disease in dogs.

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5 Health Benefits of Acupuncture for Dogs

5 Health Benefits of Acupuncture for Dogs

When it comes to our dogs, there's probably nothing we wouldn't do to avoid them from feeling agony or discomfort, which is why new therapeutic approaches are being adopted. Pet acupuncture and other complementary treatments provide innovative and noninvasive solutions to improve rehabilitation and manage discomfort. Today, our Glendale vets discuss five benefits of acupuncture for dogs.

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Plaque and Tartar Build-Up in Dogs

Plaque and Tartar Build-Up in Dogs

When dogs eat, plaque forms on their teeth, and if not brushed away regularly, it hardens into tartar, which can cause a variety of dental health problems. Our Glendale vets explain how plaque and tartar form in a dog's mouth and how to prevent it in this post.

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