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A Complete Guide to C-Sections for Dogs

A Complete Guide to C-Sections for Dogs

Dogs often manage to give birth naturally without the need for veterinary intervention, but how do you know if your dog needs a c-section? Our Albany vets share advice to help you spot when a c-section may be necessary for your pregnant dog.

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Hookworm in Dogs: Signs, Treatment & Prevention

Hookworm in Dogs: Signs, Treatment & Prevention

Hookworm is a parasitic condition that causes gastrointestinal upset in adult dogs that are otherwise healthy but can be fatal for puppies or dogs with other underlying health conditions. Our Albany vets explain more about hookworm and how this condition can be treated or prevented.

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The Best Pet Birds for Beginners

The Best Pet Birds for Beginners

Thinking of getting a pet bird? Friendly and gentle are bound to be your top 2 must-haves in your new bird, but be sure to check out other important characteristics such as personality, size, and lifespan before you decide on the best bird to own as your pet. Here are a few suggestions from our Albany vets.

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Do cats get lonely when left alone?

Do cats get lonely when left alone?

Although they are known for being aloof and antisocial, cats will often form a deep attachment to their people and get great enjoyment from socializing. Today our Albany vets provide guidance and tips for leaving your cat alone.

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Whipworm In Dogs - What You Need to Know to Protect Your Pet

Whipworm In Dogs - What You Need to Know to Protect Your Pet

Whipworm is a common parasite in dogs that makes its home in the large intestine and cecum of your pet, causing irritation and leading to a host of uncomfortable symptoms. Today our Albany vets share some facts about whipworm and how it can be prevented.

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Cat PU Surgery & Recovery

Cat PU Surgery & Recovery

Urinary blockages are a common but potentially life-threatening condition in cats. If your cat experiences a urinary blockage our Albany vets may recommend a perineal urethrostomy (PU surgery). Below we provide information about this effective treatment for urinary blockages and what to expect after your cat's surgery.

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Dog Joint Pain - Spot the Signs Early

Dog Joint Pain - Spot the Signs Early

Left untreated joint pain can severely impact your dog's quality of life and potentially develop into a more serious condition or injury. That said, it can be challenging for pet parents to spot the early signs of joint pain in dogs. Today, our Albany vets explain the types of joint pain seen in dogs, causes, symptoms and treatments. 

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Signs Your Dog Needs Their Teeth Cleaned

Signs Your Dog Needs Their Teeth Cleaned

If your dog is experiencing dental health problems they will not only be in pain but also at risk of other health concerns. Luckily, by ensuring routine dental care and cleanings you can help keep your dog's mouth healthy. Our Albany vets share the signs that your dog is in need of their teeth cleaned and how you can help care for their teeth at home.

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Canary Care 101

Canary Care 101

The canary is a charming little bird that is relatively easy to care for and makes a cheerful companion. Thinking about getting a canary? Below our Albany vets share tips on how to keep your canary healthy and happy.

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Freshwater Angelfish Care

Freshwater Angelfish Care

Of the more than 1,300 species of Cichlidae, the freshwater angelfish ranks as the favorite for people looking to keep fish as pets. This beautiful species of fish is loved by many for its long elegant fins and feisty personality. Today our Albany vets share tips on caring for your freshwater angelfish.

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