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Helpful tips and advice from our Grass Valley vets to keep your pets happy and healthy! 

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Yeast Infections & How They Affect Dogs Ears

Yeast Infections & How They Affect Dogs Ears

When the climate that your dog lives in becomes warm and humid or if exposed to the right conditions, the yeast on your dog's skin and in their ears can suddenly become a concern. Our Grass Valley vets discuss yeast infections in dogs' ears and how you can help prevent this uncomfortable condition.

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Anxiety & Depression in Dogs: Symptoms & Causes

Anxiety & Depression in Dogs: Symptoms & Causes

Humans aren't the only ones that get a bit down or overwhelmed sometimes, this can happen to our beloved pets as well. Here our Grass Valley vets talk about what to do if you think that your dog is experiencing the symptoms of anxiety or depression and what the cause may be.

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Best Food For Senior Dogs

Best Food For Senior Dogs

As your beloved canine companion enters their golden years their dietary needs will change with them, but how will you know what food is best for them? Today our Grass Valley vets share some information about the best food for senior dogs and what the benefits of each of these foods are.

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Weight Loss In Older Dogs: When To Worry

Weight Loss In Older Dogs: When To Worry

Weight gain is typically the first thing we think of if we are concerned with the size of a dog, however, this is not always the issue, some dogs actually begin to lose weight as they age. Here, our Grass Valley vets talk about weight loss in older dogs and when you should be worried about them losing weight.

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Pet Hospice: When Is It Time to Euthanize Your Dog or Cat?

Pet Hospice: When Is It Time to Euthanize Your Dog or Cat?

Fleas, a common external parasite, can make your pet (and you) miserable! If left untreated, your living space can easily become infested with fleas. They may even lead to infections and cause serious diseases. Today, our Grass Valley vets explain early signs of fleas, and what to do if you suspect your pet has fleas. 

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Senior Dogs Care: Tips & Advice

Senior Dogs Care: Tips & Advice

As your canine companion ages, there will be new concerns that arise and preventive care needed that is unique to geriatric pets. Today, our Grass Valley vets discuss senior dog care, signs of potential issues that your should watch for and how to keep your pup comfortable as they age.

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Siamese, Munchkins & More: Which Cat Breeds Live The Longest?

Siamese, Munchkins & More: Which Cat Breeds Live The Longest?

Our pets are like family, and we want them to be around as long as possible. If you are looking for a feline companion who will live a long time, our Grass Valley vets are here to tell you what cat breeds live the longest from Siamese to Munchkins and more.

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Dog Hip Dysplasia Surgery

Dog Hip Dysplasia Surgery

If your dog is starting to show signs of discomfort at times when they are participating in physical activity then there is a chance that they may be experiencing hip dysplasia. In this post, our Grass Valley vets discuss the causes of hip dysplasia in dogs as well as surgery options to correct this condition.

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TPLO surgery in Dogs

TPLO surgery in Dogs

If your dog has experienced a tear in their CCL then the only option that they may have is Tibial Plateau Leveling Osteotomy (TPLO) surgery. In this post, our Grass Valley vets explain TPLO surgery for dogs and what it is used to treat as well as some information about the procedure and recovery.

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Veterinary Surgery For Ear Hematomas in Cats

Veterinary Surgery For Ear Hematomas in Cats

Cats can be adventurous getting into all sorts of mischief. Sometimes this can lead to injuries and can result in secondary conditions such as hematomas for injuries affecting your cat's ears. Today, our Grass Valley veterinary surgeons discuss ear hematomas in cats and when surgery may be needed.

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