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Here, our veterinary team in Tucson share helpful advice and tips to help you keep your pet happy and healthy. 

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Facial Swelling in Dogs

Facial Swelling in Dogs

For dogs, facial swelling can happen suddenly. While allergic reactions can lead to facial swelling, many factors can contribute. In this article, our Tucson vets list causes and symptoms and explain how to reduce facial swelling in dogs.

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Is microchipping my cat worth it?

Is microchipping my cat worth it?

As a cat owner, you may be considering the benefits and drawbacks of microchipping your cat. This common procedure can provide peace of mind in case your furry friend ever goes missing. Our Tucson vets will discuss the benefits of microchips for cats and why you should definitely consider one.

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Hookworms in Dogs

Hookworms in Dogs

A healthy adult dog infected with hookworms will usually experience gastrointestinal upset. However, it can be fatal to puppies. Our vets in Tucson share facts about hookworms in dogs and how they can be treated and prevented. 

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Whipworms in Dogs

Whipworms in Dogs

Whipworms are a common parasite that makes their home in the large intestine and cecum of dogs, causing irritation and leading to a host of uncomfortable symptoms. Today our Tucson vets explain more about whipworms in dogs, including symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention.

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Rabies in Cats

Rabies in Cats

Rabies is a deadly virus that is very contagious for pets, including cats. In this post, our Tucson veterinarians discuss the impact the rabies on cats, including how common it is, its symptoms, and how it can be prevented.

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What is parainfluenza in dogs?

What is parainfluenza in dogs?

Canine parainfluenza virus (CPIV) is a highly contagious ribonucleic acid virus that causes respiratory illness in dogs all over the world. Today, our Tucson vets lay out the symptoms and causes of parainfluenza in dogs and how to treat it.

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Corneal Dermoids in Dogs

Corneal Dermoids in Dogs

Corneal, or ocular, dermoids in dogs are a rare type of ocular abnormality that can affect the cornea, leading to potential vision impairment and discomfort for dogs. Today, our Tucson vets explain this condition more in-depth,  as well as how they are treated and how much it may cost.

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How old do kitten have to be to get fixed?

How old do kitten have to be to get fixed?

You are preventing more than just the birth of unwanted kittens when you get your cat spayed or neutered. You are also protecting them from some serious health conditions. Today, our Tucson vets discuss the best age to have your kitten spayed or neutered as well as the benefits of having your cat fixed.

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How should I manage my dog's pain after neutering?

How should I manage my dog's pain after neutering?

Our Tucson vets understand that deciding to have your dog neutered can be an emotional decision. That's why we're here to offer advice on how to comfort a dog in pain and answer any questions you may have and put your concerns at ease. 

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What is veterinary cold laser therapy?

What is veterinary cold laser therapy?

Is your pet suffering from pain? Cold laser therapy may be an ideal non-invasive treatment option. In this post, our Tucson vets explain which conditions can benefit from this treatment, and how to determine if this therapy is appropriate for your pet.

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