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Preventing Dental Disease in Cats

Preventing Dental Disease in Cats

If your cat is experiencing dental concerns then they may find it difficult to eat or go about their day as they normally would due to the pain. Today, our Eastham veterinary team shares some information on the signs of dental disease in cats as well of some of the most common types of dental disease.

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What To Expect From A Dog Tooth Extraction

What To Expect From A Dog Tooth Extraction

If your dog's tooth is broken or decayed beyond repair, an extraction will be necessary to stop infection and allow your dog's mouth to heal. Today, our Eastham vets explain what you can expect if your dog is getting a tooth removed.

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Gingivitis In Cats: Causes, Signs And Treatment

Gingivitis In Cats: Causes, Signs And Treatment

Dental problems can be extremely painful for cats. Cats suffer gingivitis at extremely high rates; as much as 85% over the age of 3 have some form of dental disease. Our Eastham vets share signs and causes, along with information on how the disease is diagnosed and how it can be treated.

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Dental Health In Cats: What Every Pet Owner Should Know

Dental Health In Cats: What Every Pet Owner Should Know

Dental problems can cause your cat significant pain, leading to more severe conditions if left untreated. Today, our Eastham veterinary team explains how to spot dental health problems in your cat, common dental diseases in cats, and how to prevent or treat them.

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Warning Signs of Cancer in Dogs

Warning Signs of Cancer in Dogs

If you are petting your dog and find a lump or bump it can be very concerning. While not all bumps will be cancer it will always be best to have your pet examined. Our Eastham internal medicine vets share some of the different types and warning signs of cancer in dogs.

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Periodontal Disease In Dogs: Signs And Prevention

Periodontal Disease In Dogs: Signs And Prevention

A dog's oral health directly affects their overall health, but unfortunately, many of our canine companions suffer from periodontal disease due to inadequate dental healthcare. Here, our Eastham vets explain how periodontal disease in dogs can be treated and prevented.

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The Guide to Urinary Tract Infections in Cats

The Guide to Urinary Tract Infections in Cats

It is rare that our Eastham vets see urinary tract infections in cats. When they do it is typically in senior cats, or cats that are suffering from an additional urinary tract issue or disease. Today we look at the symptoms, causes, and treatments for urinary tract infections and diseases in cats.

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Joint Pain in Dogs: Signs, Possible Causes & Treatment

Joint Pain in Dogs: Signs, Possible Causes & Treatment

Healthy kidneys perform a range of essential functions, dogs with acute kidney failure experience a sudden and rapid decline in kidney function that requires urgent medical care. Here our Eastham vets explain the signs of acute kidney failure in dogs, and what you should do if your canine companion shows signs of kidney failure.

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Acute Kidney Failure in Dogs

Acute Kidney Failure in Dogs

Healthy kidneys perform a range of essential functions, dogs with acute kidney failure experience a sudden and rapid decline in kidney function that requires urgent medical care. Here our Eastham vets explain the signs of acute kidney failure in dogs, and what you should do if your canine companion shows signs of kidney failure.

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Providing a Healthy Lifestyle For Your Pet

Providing a Healthy Lifestyle For Your Pet

If you have a pet then the one thing you will have in common with other pet owners is that you want them to live the happiest and healthiest life possible. Today our Eastham vets talk about what you can do to ensure that you provide a healthy lifestyle for your pet.

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