Pet Health

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There are several ways to manage your pet's motion sickness

Cure your pet’s motion sickness for the best road trip, ever

(By: Dr. Dym)

One of the most frustrating problems encountered by animal guardians is the motion sickness experienced by many pets when traveling in the car or airplane. In many pets, motion sickness may lead to disturbing symptoms of vocalization, restlessness and panting.
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Over 80% of adult pets have some degree of periodontal disease.

Your pet’s bad breath could signal a bigger problem

(By: Dr. Dym)

One of the most common complaints that animal guardians have, especially as their pets age, is the presence of halitosis, otherwise known as bad breath. Probably the most common cause of terrible breath in dogs and cats is the presence
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Aural hematomas are fairly common in pets

Prevent a recurrence of your pet’s ear hematoma

(By: Dr. Dym)

Ear hematomas are very common clinical skin/ear complaints of dogs and cats that present to the small animal practitioner. An ear hematoma (or aural hematoma) is actually a blood filled balloon-like swelling of the ear flap(s) that is often due
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Scooting is most often caused by impacted anal glands

Get to the bottom of your dog’s scooting

(By: Dr. Dym)

A very common question heard in canine small animal practice is “Why does my dog scoot its rear end so much?” Probably the most common cause of this in most pets is impacted anal sacs (i.e. anal glands), which, if
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