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Should I Get My Indoor Cat Vaccinated? Why & When

Should I Get My Indoor Cat Vaccinated? Why & When

Some people might think about not giving their indoor cats vaccinations. But it's really important to know that indoor cats need vaccines, just like outdoor cats do. The veterinarians at Gilbert explain why indoor cats should get vaccines.

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Puppy & Kitten: Are They a Good Match?

Puppy & Kitten: Are They a Good Match?

Are you prepared to capture adorable moments of puppies and kittens together? Before you proceed, it's crucial to establish a harmonious home life for them. Today, our veterinarians in Gilbert provide some tips on ensuring that your puppy and kitten coexist harmoniously.  

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What is parainfluenza in dogs?

What is parainfluenza in dogs?

CPIV is a virus that globally infects canines, resulting in respiratory ailments. Our veterinarians in Gilbert provide information on the signs, origins, and management of parainfluenza in dogs today.

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The Friendliest Dog Breeds

The Friendliest Dog Breeds

Are you considering adding a new furry friend to your family but not sure which dog breed to pick? Our veterinarians in Gilbert have compiled a list of the most friendliest dog breeds you can adopt.

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Does My Cat Need a Friend?

Does My Cat Need a Friend?

Although cats are often thought of as loners, they actually enjoy making friends with other animals. In this blog, our Gilbert vets discuss why you might consider getting another cat, how to introduce your cats to each other, and what you should do first before bringing a new kitty home.

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Why is My Dog Limping? Common Causes and What You Can Do

Why is My Dog Limping? Common Causes and What You Can Do

Limping in dogs is a frequent issue that brings many furry friends to our Crossroads Veterinary Hospital emergency vets Just like humans, dogs can experience various problems that lead to limping. Today we look at the causes of limping in dogs, what you can do to help your limping dog, and when it's time to see a vet.

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Cat Paralysis

Cat Paralysis

Is your cat having trouble moving their back legs, all four legs, or another part of their body? This could be a sign of paralysis, which included laryngeal paralysis - a condition affecting the upper airway.  Learn more about it from our Gilbert vets share information about the condition.

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Signs of Joint Pain in Dogs: Types, Causes and Treatment

Signs of Joint Pain in Dogs: Types, Causes and Treatment

Joint pain is a common problem for dogs of all ages, reducing their quality of life and likely evolving into more serious issues and injuries. In this article, our vets in Gilbert will review the different stages and the importance of identifying the subtle symptoms before they become worse.

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Signs of Ear Infection in Dogs & What You Should Do

Signs of Ear Infection in Dogs & What You Should Do

At Gilbert, our veterinarians frequently encounter ear infections in dogs, especially those with cute, long floppy ears. Fortunately, most of these infections are treatable with early detection.  Here are the signs to watch for.

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My cat won't stop vomiting: what to do and when to seek help

My cat won't stop vomiting: what to do and when to seek help

There are many reasons why a cat may vomit and it's not always concerning. However, if you're unsure, seek medical attention from our veterinarians at Gilbert.

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