Our Smokey Point veterinarians share helpful tips and advice to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.

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Anemia in Dogs - Types, Symptoms & Treatments

Anemia in Dogs - Types, Symptoms & Treatments

Anemia in dogs is a serious condition that can be caused by a number of underlying health problems. Today our vets at Advanced Care Animal Clinic in Smokey Point explain the different types of anemia seen in dogs, associated symptoms and treatment options.

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Hypothyroidism in Dogs - Diet & More

Hypothyroidism in Dogs - Diet & More

Our Smokey Point vets often see dogs with hypothyroidism suffering from unexplained weight gain, skin and coat issues, reduced energy and other behavioral changes. Below, we discuss this condition in more detail and how diet can be used to help treat the symptoms of hypothyroidism in dogs.

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A Pet Parent's Guide to Dog Wound Care

A Pet Parent's Guide to Dog Wound Care

While not every dog wound needs veterinary care it is important that your dog's injuries are treated properly to prevent infection and promote proper healing. If your dog has a wound, follow these first aid tips from our Smokey Point vets to help your dog begin healing quickly.

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Do kittens teethe?

Do kittens teethe?

Just like children and puppies, kittens first grow baby teeth that fall out just before their permanent teeth come in. In today's post, our Smokey Point vets share a little about the kitten teething process and how you can help.

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Tips For Caring For a Newborn Kitten

Tips For Caring For a Newborn Kitten

In today's post, our Smokey Point vets explain how to take care of a newborn kitten without a mother, what can go wrong, and when to bring your baby kitten to the vet.

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How often should you take a cat to the vet?

How often should you take a cat to the vet?

Our Smokey Point vets know that you want to do all you can to help your kitty live a long and healthy life, but many cat owners aren't sure just how often they should take their cat to the vet for checkups. Here are a few guidelines to follow.

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HIp Dysplasia in Dogs - Treatment & Prevention

HIp Dysplasia in Dogs - Treatment & Prevention

Hip dysplasia is a progressive, degenerative disease that begins in puppies but generally isn't diagnosed until noticeable symptoms appear in adulthood. Today our Smokey Point vets discuss treatment options and ways to help reduce the impact of this painful condition on your dog's mobility.

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What To Expect When You Take Your Dog For Dental Cleaning

What To Expect When You Take Your Dog For Dental Cleaning

To prevent your dog from developing painful oral health issues, or to help restore your pup's good oral health, professional dental examinations and cleaning are essential. But what exactly happens when you bring your dog to Advanced Care Animal Clinic for a dental examination? Our Smokey Point vets explain.

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How Long Can You Leave a Dog Home Alone?

How Long Can You Leave a Dog Home Alone?

Leaving a dog home alone while at work is one of the most common reasons why dogs are routinely left alone. But how long is too long? Today, our Smokey Point vets discuss how long you can leave your dog at home without them succumbing to boredom or depression.

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Dog Worms: How to Get Rid of Worms in Dogs

Dog Worms: How to Get Rid of Worms in Dogs

Worms in dogs are always unpleasant to deal with no matter the type. Here, our Smokey Point vets list common types of worms in dogs, signs of worms, how they can be prevented and how they are diagnosed. 

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