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Certainly, the most common surgeries performed in small animal veterinary medicine are the spays and neuters. Health concerns and extending the quality of pets’ lives have become a major incentive to altering our pets. Many serious health risks can be minimized or prevented altogether with spaying and neutering – especially if done at an early age. Read Story
Have you noticed that your cat has put on a few pounds over the past year? An increase in your cat's appetite and thirst can be a warning sign that he or she might be producing too much thyroid hormone, a condition called hyperthyroidism. Our contributing veterinarian discusses symptoms and treatments for the disorder.Read Story
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