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

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Why are my cat's nails splitting?

Why are my cat's nails splitting?

Cats' nails grow continuously. As they do, the old layer peels away which is why we find them always scratching at everything. But what causes split nails? Today, our Grass Valley vets share the reasons behind your cat's nails splitting and when you should bring them to the vet to have their paws examined.

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Dog Ear Bleeding: Causes & Treatment

Dog Ear Bleeding: Causes & Treatment

There are a range of issues that can lead to bleeding dog ears. While some are simple and require basic management, others can be more serious. Here, our Grass Valley vets talk about the causes of bloody ears in dogs and how you can help stop a dog's ear from bleeding.

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CCL Surgery & Recovery For Dogs

CCL Surgery & Recovery For Dogs

When your dog experiences an injury to their leg, it may impact their cranial cruciate ligament or CCL. Here, our vets in Grass Valley talk about the CCL in dogs, what happens when this ligament becomes damaged, and how surgery can help to repair a CCL injury.

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Pet Hospice: Why You Should Consider It

Pet Hospice: Why You Should Consider It

Saying goodbye can be difficult but it may put your mind at ease to know that we can help keep your pet comfortable during their final days. Here, our vets at Grass Valley Veterinary Hospital share some information about why hospice care may be needed and how it can help both you and your beloved pet.

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Exploring Alternative End-of-Life Options for Pets

Exploring Alternative End-of-Life Options for Pets

While we wish that our furry friends could be a part of our lives forever, one day the time may come when we need to say goodbye. Here, our Grass Valley vets talk about end-of-life care for pets and what your options are to help your companion pass peacefully.

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PU Surgery in Cats

PU Surgery in Cats

Urinary blockages are a serious concern for cats and have the potential to be life-threatening. If the routine solutions have proven to be ineffective then your vet may recommend surgical correction. In today's post, our Grass Valley vets talk about perineal urethrostomy (PU) surgery in cats and what will happen during your cat's surgery and recovery.

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Dog Intestinal Blockage Surgery

Dog Intestinal Blockage Surgery

Dogs like to chomp on everything when given the chance. this means that your dog also has a high risk of swallowing something they shouldn't which could lead to a possible life-threatening blockage. Here, our vets in Grass Valley share some of the signs of intestinal blockages in dogs and why surgery may be the best course of action.

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Constipation in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Constipation in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

It can be difficult when your beloved furry friend is feeling unwell. Especially when you don't know how to help them feel better. Our Grass Valley vets talk about constipation in dogs, how it happens and what can be done to help treat this condition.

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What To Do If My Dog or Cat Is Choking

What To Do If My Dog or Cat Is Choking

As a pet parent, you always hope to help keep your pet safe and healthy. Unfortunately, accidents and emergencies can happen. Our Grass Valley veterinarians share the signs of choking in dogs and cats and the steps you can take to relieve your pet and prevent it from happening again.

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Best Food for Canines Dental Health

Best Food for Canines Dental Health

Your dog's dental care is an important aspect of not just their oral health, but also their overall health and well-being. Here, our Grass Valley vets talk about how your dog's diet can help care for their dental health and what foods are best for their teeth.

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