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Helping Your Dog Cope During a Storm, Get prepared!
What has worked best to calm your pet down during a storm? Let us know! We’d love to hear your advice.
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Clyde was in this morning for an injection of Adequan, which is given to arthritic dogs to help restore joint lubrication and relieve inflammation. Clyde has been feeling much better and he wants to spread the good news!
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Harmful Algal Blooms: Avoid Dangerous "HAB-itats"! - Many dogs love the water. But when there's a thick coating of algae, it may be best to pass on the swimming because that algal bloom could be harmful to their health. - https://hubs.ly/H0dqqyv0
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Meet the spunky Miss Cleo, a French Bulldog puppy who is owned by Katie, one of our LVTs. Cleo has stolen everyone's hearts here at the hospital!
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Kitten coming through!
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So much for those dog shaming pictures. An expert explains why dogs don't feel guilty: https://hubs.ly/H0dlnsJ0
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Ideas for Summer Fun With Your #Dog - https://hubs.ly/H0djH200 #pets
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Glaucoma: Does Your Pet's Breed Increase Risk? - Glaucoma can develop in any breed of dog or cat. A number of breeds of cats and dogs are especially likely to develop this disease and, together with those having a history of certain medical conditions, are candidates for regular glaucoma screening. It could save your pet's vision! - https://hubs.ly/H0dkPXr0
Glaucoma: Does Your Pet's Breed Increase Risk?
Glaucoma: Does Your Pet's Breed Increase Risk?
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Keep rollin' rollin' rollin'
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New books at Ann Arbor Animal Hospital - Prevention is the best medicine, and these two books (one for dogs, one for cats) each contain 101 tips that may help you keep your beloved companion out of the emergency room. They also have short case studies relating to the various tips, with outcomes both humorous and tragic. - https://hubs.ly/H0djJ9f0
New books at Ann Arbor Animal Hospital
New books at Ann Arbor Animal Hospital
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