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Nutrition, Skin, and Dogs

Nutrition, Skin, and Dogs

Just like in people, our dogs' skin is their largest organ. When combined with their coat, it makes up 12% of the average dog's body weight. What you may not know is that your dog's daily nutrition can have a significant impact on the health and condition of its skin and coat. Here, our Tucson vets explain the relationship between your dog's skin, coat, and its diet.

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Why does my pet need a urinalysis?

Why does my pet need a urinalysis?

A urinalysis test can help detect several conditions and diseases that your cat or dog may have. Today, our Tucson vets discuss the importance of regular urinalysis testing for pets.

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Routine Diagnostic Imaging for Dogs & Cats

Routine Diagnostic Imaging for Dogs & Cats

Diagnostic tools help your vet understand what's going on inside your pet's body. Without them, it would be challenging to keep your dog or cat healthy. Our Tucson vets explain common X-rays, MRIs, ultrasounds, and cat scans for dogs and cats.

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Are probiotics good for cats?

Are probiotics good for cats?

Just like with humans, the bacteria in your cat's gut can become disrupted which can lead to several uncomfortable symptoms and conditions. Here, our Tucson vets share some information about your kitty's gut health, how it can be managed, and what the best probiotics are for cats.

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What bones can dogs eat?

What bones can dogs eat?

Bones can be an enriching treat for your dog. Chewing can relieve boredom, anxiety and stress, and helps keep your dog's teeth clean. However, bones can be also harmful to dogs. Today, our Tucson vets explain.

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Stomatitis in Cats

Stomatitis in Cats

Stomatitis is a severe form of gum disease that could cause your cat quite a bit of pain. Our Tucson vets explain the potential causes of stomatitis, how to recognize it in your kitty, and how to get it treated.

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Aging in Cats: Caring for Senior Cats

Aging in Cats: Caring for Senior Cats

Thanks to advancements in veterinary care and medicine, pet nutrition and diet research and development, and accessibility to information for pet owners, our senior cats are living far longer than they used to. Today, our Tucson vets talk about what to expect as your cat ages and share tips on how to care for your senior cat.

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How to Take Care of a Senior Dog

How to Take Care of a Senior Dog

If your dog is 'getting up there' in years, there are a number of things to keep in mind for your aging pooch. Today, our Tucson vets discuss old dog care, their needs, and how you can make an old dog happy and comfortable. 

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How to Take Care of a Kitten: Complete Guide

How to Take Care of a Kitten: Complete Guide

Bringing home a new kitten is both a joyful celebration and a big responsibility. To provide you with a guide to care for your kitten, check out the tips below from our Tucson vets.

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Importance of Routine Vet Exams for Pets

Importance of Routine Vet Exams for Pets

Wondering why you should take your cat or dog to the vet when they seem perfectly healthy? Taking your healthy animal for a routine exam gives your veterinarian the opportunity to monitor your pet's overall health and check for early signs of developing health issues. Here's what you can expect from your pet's routine exam and more about why these pet checkups are important.

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