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Is Your Dog Overweight? Signs, Symptoms & What to Do

Is Your Dog Overweight? Signs, Symptoms & What to Do

Obesity in dogs is increasing and poses a significant health risk to our furry friends. If your dog appears extra cuddly, they may carry excess weight. In this blog post, our Gilbert vets will explain how to tell if your dog is overweight and what you can do about it.

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Behavioral Health: Addressing Anxiety and Stress During Routine Pet Wellness Exams

Behavioral Health: Addressing Anxiety and Stress During Routine Pet Wellness Exams

When you take your pet to the vet, it's important to consider their physical and mental health. In this blog post, our veterinarians from Gilbert will provide tips on how to make a vet visit less stressful for your cat or dog and ensure they remain calm and comfortable during their wellness exam.

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How Often Do You Take a Dog to the Vet?

How Often Do You Take a Dog to the Vet?

Ensuring your dog's health and well-being is crucial to pet ownership. Regular veterinary visits play a significant role in maintaining their health.  In this blog post, our vets in Gilbert will discuss when to take your dog to the vet, how often you should schedule these visits, and the consequences of neglecting veterinary care.

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Help! Should I take my cat to the vet for limping?

Help! Should I take my cat to the vet for limping?

As a cat owner, it's natural to be concerned when your feline friend starts limping unexpectedly. A cat limping can be alarming, and understanding the potential causes and appropriate responses is crucial. In this blog, our Gilbert vets share a few common reasons for limping in cats and what you should do.

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Knuckling in Puppies: Causes & Ways to Help Your Puppy

Knuckling in Puppies: Causes & Ways to Help Your Puppy

Knuckling in puppies occurs when a pet stands on the top of their paw instead of the normal paw positioning. The puppy is often unaware that its paw isn't in the correct position. This abnormal gait is a sign of neurological disease and requires prompt attention. In this blog, our vets in Gilbert explain what knuckling is in puppies and how it can be stopped. 

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Your Guide to Dog Behavior Changes After Vaccinations

Your Guide to Dog Behavior Changes After Vaccinations

If your pet is about to go for their shots it's important to understand that it's common to notice some changes in their behavior following vaccinations. Here, our Gilbert vets explore the topic of dog behavior change after vaccinations, possible reasons behind these changes and common concerns.

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Newborn Kitten's First Vet Visit: What to Expect

Newborn Kitten's First Vet Visit: What to Expect

So you have just brought home a little bundle of joy. Congratulations! But make sure you're scheduling your first veterinary appointment, as well as routine exams going forward. To help you prepare, our Gilbert vets discuss what to expect at your kitten's first appointment.

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How to Groom an Aggressive Dog

How to Groom an Aggressive Dog

In this post, our Gilbert vets explain the reasons for aggression in some dogs during grooming, and how you can best put your pup at ease.

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What You Should Know About Dog Grooming

What You Should Know About Dog Grooming

Grooming is an essential element of pet ownership. If you have a dog, grooming promotes good health and helps to form a bond between you and your animal. Here are a few grooming basics from our Crossroads Veterinary Hospital vets in Gilbert.

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Tips for Grooming Long-Haired Cats

Tips for Grooming Long-Haired Cats

Grooming cats can be a daunting task, but dealing with long-haired cats can be even more challenging. In this post, our Gilbert veterinarians offer some tips on grooming long-haired cats to help the process go as smoothly as possible.

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