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Acupuncture for Dogs: What is it and how does it work?

Acupuncture for Dogs: What is it and how does it work?

Are you wondering if acupuncture may be the right therapy for your canine companion? Here, our Avon vets explain veterinary acupuncture in dogs, including the treatment process, its benefits and the conditions that it may be used to address.

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Acupuncture for Dogs with Arthrits

Acupuncture for Dogs with Arthrits

Osteoarthritis is a progressive, degenerative condition in dogs that becomes more severe over time. While there is no cure for this condition, our Avon vets are here to explain how we can use acupuncture in conjunction with other treatments to help manage your dog's discomfort and improve their quality of life.

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Cat Urinary Tract Infections and Diseases: Symptoms, Treatment & Recovery

Cat Urinary Tract Infections and Diseases: Symptoms, Treatment & Recovery

The veterinary team at our animal hospital serving Avon sees far fewer urinary tract infections in cats than we do in dogs. With that being said, there are many urinary tract conditions that may frequently affect older cats. Here, we explain urinary tract infections and other conditions in cats.

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Constipation in Dogs: Causes, Diagnosis and Treatment

Constipation in Dogs: Causes, Diagnosis and Treatment

Constipation in dogs may, at first, seems like a minor health issue. Depending on its cause, however, constipation can be life-threatening. Here, our Avon veterinary team offers some advice about the causes of your dog's constipation, its diagnosis and its treatment.

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How to Care for Your Dog After Orthopedic Surgery

How to Care for Your Dog After Orthopedic Surgery

When your pup undergoes any surgery, it is important for pet parents to know how to care for their dog after a procedure. Recovery can be a long process and this is even more true for orthopedic surgery. Here, our Avon vets give you advice on how to care for your dog after surgery.

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The basics of dogs, cats, and COVID

The basics of dogs, cats, and COVID

If you have pets, you may have wondered whether or not your cat or dog can catch COVID-19 and what you should do if your companion seems to be displaying coronavirus symptoms. Here, our Avon veterinary team explains current understandings of cats, dogs and COVID symptoms.

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How To Help A Constipated Cat

How To Help A Constipated Cat

Constipation in cats can cause discomfort and restlessness - not to mention become a health concern. Our Avon vets share signs of constipation in cats, causes and tips for treating the condition.

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Common Conditions Found At A Puppy or Kitten's First Appointment

Common Conditions Found At A Puppy or Kitten's First Appointment

The first visit to your veterinarian is an incredibly important one for the lifelong health and well-being of your puppy or kitten. Here, our Avon vets explain our preventive care priorities at your young pet's first appointment as well as some of the common conditions we will examine them for.

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Routine Vet Exams: Why Are Regular Veterinary Checkups Important?

Routine Vet Exams: Why Are Regular Veterinary Checkups Important?

During a routine exam, your veterinarian will check your pet for the signs of symptoms of illness, internal damage and conditions that require diagnosis and treatment. Here, our Avon vets explain why routinely scheduled veterinary checkup appointments are important.

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Cat Dental Health: What Every Owner Should Know About Cats Dental Hygiene

Cat Dental Health: What Every Owner Should Know About Cats Dental Hygiene

Dental health issues can be just as painful for your cat as they are in people. In fact, tooth and mouth pain may even cause your cat to be resistant to eating properly each day. Here, our Avon vets explain how to best keep your cat's mouth clean and healthy.

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