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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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Why Are Regular Veterinary Checkups Important?

Why Are Regular Veterinary Checkups Important?

Routinely scheduled wellness exams are critical to helping your pet stay healthy by providing your vet with ample opportunities to check your furry family member for signs of illness and disease. Here, our Gilbert vets share some more information about what to expect when you bring your pet in for a routine exam.

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3 Common Cat Illnesses & Their Symptoms

3 Common Cat Illnesses & Their Symptoms

Even for the most attentive cat owners, it can be hard sometimes to tell when our feline companions are ill, even when they are seriously sick! Here, our Gilbert vets explain the signs of 3 common illnesses in cats as well as their symptoms. 

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What Does a Vet Do During a Routine Checkup

What Does a Vet Do During a Routine Checkup

Routine checkups—also called wellness exams—can help provide your cat or dog with their best chance at lifelong health and comfort, but what does the veterinarian actually do during a routine pet checkup? Here, our Gilbert vets explain what happens when you bring your pet in for a checkup with us.

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Why Does My Dog Eat Everything?

Why Does My Dog Eat Everything?

From toys and plants to roadkill and feces, some dogs will eat just about anything. If your dog consistently eats things they shouldn't be, there may be a good reason for you to be concerned. Here, our Gilbert vets take a look at why some dogs keep eating everything and offer some advice on what to do to curb their behavior. 

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Urinary Tract Infections in Cats

Urinary Tract Infections in Cats

Although urinary tract infections in cats are rare when compared to their frequency in dogs, older cats may experience a whole host of urinary tract issues that may cause similar symptoms to a UTI. Here, our Gilbert vets share some of the symptoms, causes and treatments for urinary tract infections and related diseases in cats. 

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Anxiety and Depression in Dogs

Anxiety and Depression in Dogs

Just like people, dogs can become depressed or experience anxiety from time to time. If your think that your pet is feeling anxious or depressed, follow some of the tips here from our Gilbert veterinarians to try and help them feel better.

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