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Our Gilbert veterinarians share helpful tips and advice to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.

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Why Won't My Cat Eat?

Why Won't My Cat Eat?

Our Gilbert vets know that cats are notoriously picky eaters for a reason. Because of this, if your cat is refusing to eat, it may be difficult to know why. Here, our Crossroads Veterinary Hospital veterinary team provides a few common reasons why your cat may not be eating and what to look for to figure out whether you should bring them in to see us. 

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Common Skin Problems in Dogs

Common Skin Problems in Dogs

Is your dog excessively itching, scratching or licking their skin? They may be suffering from one or more common skin conditions. Here, our Gilbert vets explain what may be causing your dog's skin issues and how you can help alleviate their discomfort. 

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Is Your Cat Overweight: Signs and Symptoms

Is Your Cat Overweight: Signs and Symptoms

You may think of your cat as extra cuddly, but carrying only a few extra ounces can make a big difference for your feline friend's overall health and longevity. Here, our Gilbert vets explain how you can tell if your cat is overweight and what to do about it.

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Signs Your Dog Needs Grooming

Signs Your Dog Needs Grooming

Since we see our pups every day, it can be difficult to tell if they should see a groomer. Because of this, our Gilbert vets are here to share some of the early signs you should be on the lookout for that it's time to bring you dog into a groomer and why it's important that you have them groomed routinely.

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Teething Puppies: Tips & Tricks

Teething Puppies: Tips & Tricks

The time in a pet parent's life when their puppy starts teething can be frustrating. The pain caused by teething can often cause our young pets to chew on things they really shouldn't. Here are a few suggestions from our Gilbert veterinary team on how you can assist your puppy in managing their discomfort and help get you both through this difficult time.

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5 Reasons Your Dog Needs Dental Cleaning

5 Reasons Your Dog Needs Dental Cleaning

Your dog's dental care is a hugely important aspect of not only their oral health, but their general health and well-being too. Unfortunately, many dogs don't get the dental health care that they need. Here, our Gilbert veterinary team walks you through 5 reasons your dog may need and benefit from professional dental care.

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Cavities in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Cavities in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Dental health issues in dogs can be just as problematic as they are in people. If you've ever developed a cavity in one or more of your teeth, you know they can be uncomfortable. Dogs can develop cavities too and here, our Gilbert vets explain the causes, symptoms and treatments of cavities in dogs. 

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Cat Dental Health: What Every Owner Should Know About Cats' Dental Hygiene

Cat Dental Health: What Every Owner Should Know About Cats' Dental Hygiene

Oral health issues may be just as painful for our cats as they are for us. In fact, tooth and mouth pain may even get so bad that it prevents your furry friend from eating. Here, our Gilbert vets explain some of the best ways you can help keep your cat's mouth clean and healthy. 

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Your Dog's Dental Health: How to Care for Your Dog's Teeth

Your Dog's Dental Health: How to Care for Your Dog's Teeth

Your dog's oral health influences their overall health and well-being. Because of this, it's important to make sure that your dog's teeth and gums are clean and healthy. Here, our Gilbert vets share some of the ways you can keep your dog's teeth in excellent condition.

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Preventing Periodontal Disease in Your Dog

Preventing Periodontal Disease in Your Dog

Periodontal disease is capable of impacting your dog's dental and overall health quite negatively. But what is exactly is periodontal disease? And how can you prevent it? Here, our Gilbert vets explain how you can help keep your dog's mouth as healthy and disease-free as possible.

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