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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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Ear Mites in Cats: Causes, Treatment & Prevention

Ear Mites in Cats: Causes, Treatment & Prevention

Ear mites are little parasites that can affect your cat's ears and lead to skin irritation and infection. In this post, our Oklahoma City veterinarians share the causes, treatment, and prevention methods of ear mites in cats.

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Parvovirus in Dogs

Parvovirus in Dogs

Parvovirus is a serious and highly contagious virus that can severely impact a dog's gastrointestinal symptom. Here, our Oklahoma City vets share how parvovirus is spread, its symptoms, and how you can prevent your dog from getting it.

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Fractured Teeth in Dogs

Fractured Teeth in Dogs

Tooth fractures are not that uncommon in dogs, however, left untreated they can grow into very serious and painful dental conditions in your pooch! Here, our Oklahoma City veterinarians discuss how dogs fracture their teeth, what a broken tooth looks like, and how to get it treated.

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Bad Breath in Dogs: Causes and Treatments

Bad Breath in Dogs: Causes and Treatments

Do you ever recoil from your dog when they come in for a cuddle or apologize to visitors for the odor? Bad breath is very common in our canine companions, especially as they get older, and it can be a sign of serious health issues. Our Oklahoma City veterinarians explain what causes bad breath in dogs and how you can help treat or even prevent it.

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Common Cat Dental Problems

Common Cat Dental Problems

It is not uncommon for cats to develop dental problems as they age. Here, our Oklahoma City veterinarians explain the most common dental problems found in cats and how they can be prevented and treated.

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Dog Dental Care: How to Take Care of Your Dog's Teeth

Dog Dental Care: How to Take Care of Your Dog's Teeth

A dog's oral health affects the health of their entire body. It is important for dog owners to know how to keep their pup's teeth and gums clean! Here, our Oklahoma City vets share some of the ways you can help to keep your dog's dental health in good condition. 

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Why does my cat's breath smell so bad?

Why does my cat's breath smell so bad?

As most cat parents know, our feline friends enjoy getting up close and personal. This is especially true first thing in the morning, and there's nothing quite like waking up to stinky cat breath. Most of the time this condition can be linked to dental concerns but that is not always the case. Our Oklahoma City vets talk about some of the reasons your cat may have bad breath and what you can do to help treat this smelly condition.

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