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stem cell therapy for dogs
It's no secret that many pet owners take their dog's health incredibly seriously. After all, we tend to love and care for them tremendously. At Highland Veterinary Clinic, we want our patients to stay abreast of the latest options regarding their pet's health. We are excited to explain more about stem cell therapy and what it could mean for your beloved furry friend.​​​​​​​
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pet boarding vs. pet sitting
When you choose to become a pet parent, you do so with the understanding that your pet is going to live with you permanently. Nevertheless, there are situations and occasions that arise in day to day life whereby you may need to leave your beloved animal for a few days or more. Perhaps you need to go away with work, or you are heading off on vacation. Whatever the reason, as a caring and conscientious pet parent, you will undoubtedly want to ensure that you leave your furry, scaly or feathered family member in the safest possible hands.​​​​​​​
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dog grooming
With so much time, energy, expertise, and specialized tools required to groom a dog properly, it usually comes as no surprise why it’s worth having your dog groomed professionally. This is doubly true if you have a large breed, fluffy dog or one with a few behavioral challenges. Grooming a dog is nothing like cutting a person’s hair, for instance. After all, it’s not like people go get a haircut and then opt-in for an anal gland cleaning before they hit the road. It takes practice, skill, and a special kind of tact to perform grooming tasks well, and that’s what a professional groomer is able to provide.​​​​​​​
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pediatric pet care
Your pet needs care at every stage of her life. However, exactly what care your pet needs will depend on her species and potentially breed, and her life stage. This means that you can expect to see considerable differences in the main elements of caring for your pet as she gets older. For example, her appetite will change, her nutritional requirements will vary, and her activity levels will alter. As such, it is important for veterinarians to tailor their services to meet the evolving needs of your precious pet.​​​​​​​
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cancer pet highland vet
Has your pet been diagnosed with cancer? Are you looking into the things you can do to make sure they get the best care possible? Let’s take a look at some tips for pets with cancer so you and your pet can get through this challenging time the best way possible.​​​​​​​
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