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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early detection testing highland vet

Our pets age much faster than we do. Because of this, if they are developing any health issues, they can progress rather quickly. One of the best ways to make sure that your pet is in the best shape they can be over the years is by establishing regular yearly visits to the vet for a wellness exam and early detection testing. What is early detection testing and how can it help your pet? Let’s take a closer look.​​​​​​​

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When it comes to keeping your pet looking great, smelling fresh, and clean from head-to-toe, there is nothing better than professional grooming. Pet groomers have a large task to accomplish, more so than you may expect. It certainly is nothing like a person getting a haircut. After all, when was the last time you bit your stylist while getting an anal gland cleaning? In light of this vast difference, what do groomers wish their clients knew before getting to the grooming table? Let’s take a closer look.​​​​​​​

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When it comes to significant emergencies that can be fatal, stomach bloat is a major cause for concern. If you’re wondering what causes a dog’s stomach to swell up, there are a few things you need to know. Understanding what to look for can mean the knowing difference between belly full of food or a deadly condition requiring immediate emergency assistance.​​​​​​​

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Our cats are just as capable of becoming unwell as we are, and the illnesses and diseases that affect them can be just as severe. Fortunately, it is now possible to protect our furbabies from many of these problems using vaccinations. Feline distemper is one example of a serious disease that used to affect cats worldwide but is now much rarer thanks to the success of preventative vaccines.​​​​​​​

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