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Kennel Cough
Kennel cough
got its name for being a highly contagious disease.   It is frequently passed around in places
where large groups of dogs gather frequently (think kennels, dog parks,
groomers, pet shops, etc.)   Here, a
Lincoln, NE animal clinic will discuss t...
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Signs of Pain in Cats and Dogs
In the last few decades, many great strides have been made in
pain management for cats and dogs.   A
large part of that is becoming better at recognizing when they are in pain as
animals can be very subtle in their signs.   Until the day we can have a direc...
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Water Safety Tips for Dogs
Nothing
feels better in summertime than jumping into the pool or lake to cool off.   With so many water-centric activities in
summer, it’s tempting to bring your dog along.   A Lincoln, NE veterinary clinic offers tips to
help keep your summer fun for you a...
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Dog Body Language: The Body
This is part
2 of our series, so be sure to have read part one so you can easily get a whole
picture of what your dog may be feeling.   In this article, a Lincoln, NE veterinarian will address the rest of the
dog to give you a more complete picture. Hair:  ...
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Managing a Multi-Cat Household
Contrary to
popular belief, cats are not solitary creatures.   They do have social lives, but they are
different than dogs (as they are in most things!).   It’s no secret that if you have more than one
cat, your likely hood for behavioral problems increases...
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5 Quick Cat Facts
Are you a cat lover, or just cat curious?   Even if your cat knowledge is limited to
funny you-tube videos, here are some quick facts from a Lincoln, NE
veterinarian you might find interesting to know! Why do cats purr?   The obvious
answer people alwa...
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Dog Body Language: The Face
One of the essential skills to interpreting how your dog is
feeling at any given time is to be able to read their body language.   Since they aren’t going to be using words any
time soon, we must rely on the sometimes obvious, and sometimes subtle signals t...
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Food Allergies in Your Pet
If you’ve walked through a pet food aisle lately, or done an
internet search about pet food, food allergies have likely come up in some
way.   Food allergies can develop in any
pet, at any time in their life.   An
allergy is an abnormal response of the immu...
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Green Your Pet
If you have
pets, your love has likely extended to the natural world.   Good news!   Just as in every other type of product available, green or eco-friendly
pet products are available everywhere you look.   A Lincoln, NE animal clinic will discuss some of t...
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