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Check-Ups for Dogs & Cats & Why They Are Important

Check-Ups for Dogs & Cats & Why They Are Important

Routine wellness exams help to keep your pet healthy by giving your vet a yearly opportunity to examine your four-legged family member for early signs of disease and to monitor your pet's overall health. Here, our Oklahoma City vets explain what to expect when you bring your dog or cat in for a routine exam.

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Why are regular veterinary checkups important?

Why are regular veterinary checkups important?

Taking your cat or dog in for routine exams is the best way to prevent and identify a variety of health issues your pet may encounter. Today, our Oklahoma City vets discuss how important routine vet exams are for your pet.

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Questions to Ask A Veterinarian to Make the Most Out of Your Routine Exam

Questions to Ask A Veterinarian to Make the Most Out of Your Routine Exam

It is always best to go into your pet's veterinary appointment prepared, knowing exactly what you want to ask your vet. This will ensure that you get the information you need to keep your pet happy and healthy. Our Oklahoma City vets have listed some sample questions that you should ask your veterinarian and explain why they are important.

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How to Help a Teething Puppy

How to Help a Teething Puppy

Puppy teething can be a trying time for pet parents. Pain caused by teething often leads our adorable companions to chew on things they shouldn't - like your favorite pair of shoes for example. Here are a few suggestions from our Oklahoma City vets on how you can help relieve your puppy's pain and get you both through this difficult stage.

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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 a number of uncomfortable symptoms and conditions. Here, our Oklahoma City 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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How to Raise a Puppy: Guide for the First Year

How to Raise a Puppy: Guide for the First Year

Puppies make adorable additions to the family but do require specific love and care. Today, our Oklahoma City vets discuss what you should know about raising a puppy, especially in their critical first year.

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High Blood Pressure in Dogs

High Blood Pressure in Dogs

Did you know that dogs, like people, can suffer from high blood pressure? In fact, some breeds have a genetically increased risk of developing hypertension. Here, our Oklahoma City vets discuss high blood pressure and the signs/symptoms you should recognize.

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Periodontal Disease in Dogs - How to Stop and Prevent Periodontal Disease in Dogs

Periodontal Disease in Dogs - How to Stop and Prevent Periodontal Disease in Dogs

Taking care of your dog's oral health is crucial for their overall health. Unfortunately, many dogs don't receive the dental care required to maintain healthy gums and teeth. Here, our Oklahoma City veterinarians discuss the treatment and prevention of periodontal disease in dogs.

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What to Do With Your Dog When You Travel

What to Do With Your Dog When You Travel

We understand that leaving your dog behind in a kennel while on vacation can be stressful, especially if your pet has medical needs. Here, our Oklahoma City vets share tips to help lessen your anxiety about leaving your dog while on vacation and choose the best place to leave your dog while you're away.

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Aging cats: When Is a Cat Considered a Senior?

Aging cats: When Is a Cat Considered a Senior?

Have you noticed your long-time pet cat starting to slow down? Are they showing signs of fatigue or loss of vision and hearing? Here, our Oklahoma City vets discuss when cats are considered senior and how owners can tell that their kitties are aging.

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Putnam North Animal Hospital is accepting new patients! Our team is passionate about the health and well-being of dogs and cats from across Oklahoma City. Get in touch today.

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