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Eastham Veterinary Hospital veterinarians share helpful tips and advice to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.

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Anesthesia for Dogs

Anesthesia for Dogs

Most dogs are given anesthesia when they are spayed or neutered, and the majority of them will require it at least once throughout their lives. Our four-legged pets, like us, may require anesthesia as part of a surgery or procedure. Today, our Eastham vets discuss what you should know about anesthesia for dogs.

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Diet for Cats With Hyperthyroidism

Diet for Cats With Hyperthyroidism

The thyroid gland regulates many processes within your cat's body. When this gland doesn't work properly, it can lead to many serious complications. Here, our Eastham vets discuss an overactive thyroid and what diet can benefit cats with hyperthyroidism.

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Cranial Cruciate Ligament (CCL) Surgery

Cranial Cruciate Ligament (CCL) Surgery

Orthopedic injuries commonly occur due to repeated use of a limb or trauma. Treatment is vital for preventing further complications. Our vets in Eastham talk explain what a CCL (cranial cruciate ligament) is, how it ruptures (tears) and discuss the treatment options including surgery.

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Nutrition & Diet for Dogs: How it Affects Skin Health

Nutrition & Diet for Dogs: How it Affects Skin Health

Brushing and bathing your dog can go a long way in keeping their fur smooth and their skin healthy, but did you know that the food they eat can have an impact as well? Our Eastham vets talk about dog diet and nutrition and how the food they eat can impact the health of their skin.

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Lyme Disease in Dogs: Treatment & Cure

Lyme Disease in Dogs: Treatment & Cure

External parasites can cause a variety of serious conditions, many of which are largely preventable with routine vaccines. Today, our Eastham vets talk about Lyme disease in dogs, the symptoms and treatment, as well as how to prevent it.

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Do dental chews really work for dogs?

Do dental chews really work for dogs?

Dental chews can be great for our canine companions. While they offer physical and psychological benefits, there are a few considerations before you let your dog start chomping. Here, our vets in Eastham answer the questions of 'Do dental chews and treats work for dogs' and 'Can puppies have dental chews?'.

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Owning a Pet Rat

Owning a Pet Rat

Rats can make great pets for many families. They are small and require minimal care and space, and they love interacting with their humans. Our vets at Eastham share some useful information about owning a pet rat and how to properly care for them.

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Weight Loss In Older Dogs: When To Worry

Weight Loss In Older Dogs: When To Worry

Over time you may notice that your dog's weight goes up and down, but as they get older it becomes more noticeable, especially if they are losing weight. Here, our Eastham vets discuss the possible reasons why your old dog is losing weight and what you can do to keep them strong and healthy.

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Bad Breath in Dogs: Causes & Remedies

Bad Breath in Dogs: Causes & Remedies

We all expect our dog's breath to smell at least a little. After all, we commonly refer to people having 'dog breath' for a reason. But did you know that your pup's mouth shouldn't actually stink? Here, our Eastham vets discuss the common causes of bad breath in dogs and what you should od when you notice it.

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Diarrhea in Dogs

Diarrhea in Dogs

You are out walking with your dog when it happens, doggy diarrhea. This condition can be seriously uncomfortable for your dog along with being distressing for both of you. Our Eastham vets share some information about the causes of diarrhea in dogs, how it can be treated and when you should seek veterinary care for your furry friend.

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