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Why Is Dog Dental Care Important?

Why Is Dog Dental Care Important?

Without appropriate dental care, your dog's teeth could decay, loosen or even fall out. Today, our Palmdale vets share a few reasons why dog dental care is so important to their health.

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Puppy Teething - When do puppies start teething?

Puppy Teething - When do puppies start teething?

An early challenge for new dog owners comes in the form of puppy teething. Our juvenile canine companions oft enjoy chewing on things they really ought not to, from their owner's favorite pair of shoes to the wires that keep everything in your home turned on. Today the Palmdale vets at All Care Pet Clinic are here with tips on how you can help relieve your puppy's pain and get you both through this difficult stage.

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Periodontal Disease in Dogs

Periodontal Disease in Dogs

Periodontal disease can negatively impact your dog's overall health as well as their dental health, but what is periodontal disease in dogs, and how can you prevent it? Today our Palmdale vets explain how you can help to keep your dog's mouth healthy.

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How to Know If Your Dog is Depressed, Anxious, or Nervous

How to Know If Your Dog is Depressed, Anxious, or Nervous

Our dogs are not immune to the effects of depression, anxiety, or nervousness. In this, they are no different than their loving owners. Today, our Palmdale vets discuss strategies to help depressed dogs find their joy again.

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The Best Dog Food for Senior Dogs

The Best Dog Food for Senior Dogs

As our canine companions age, they are likely to find themselves with different dietary needs or even tastes. Today our Palmdale vets answer questions about geriatric care, and what the best dog food for older dogs is.

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Preparing For Your Pet's Preventive Care Examination

Preparing For Your Pet's Preventive Care Examination

Preventive care exams for pets are like 'checkups' for people and have the same benefits of enabling medical professionals to spot the earliest signs of developing health problems. Today our Palmdale vets explain how to prepare for your pet's preventive care exam.

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Why You Should Bring Your Pet In to the Vet For Regular Dog Checkups or Cat Checkups

Why You Should Bring Your Pet In to the Vet For Regular Dog Checkups or Cat Checkups

Annual exams or vet checkups for your dog or cat allow your veterinarian to monitor your pet's health by checking for early signs of disease and providing preventive treatments that help protect your pet against potentially life-threatening conditions. Today our Palmdale vets explain the benefits of dog checkups and cat checkups in delivering best-in-class preventive care for pets.

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Diarrhea in Dogs - Is bloody diarrhea in dogs an emergency?

Diarrhea in Dogs - Is bloody diarrhea in dogs an emergency?

It is alarming whenever our canine companions clearly aren't feeling great, and that's why it can be stressful when your dog has unexplained diarrhea. Today, our Palmdale vets explain some common causes of diarrhea, what to do if your dog's stool is bloody, and when it's time to call an emergency vet.

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Dog Dental Care - How to Clean Your Dog's Teeth

Dog Dental Care - How to Clean Your Dog's Teeth

Gum disease and tooth decay are no less problematic for dogs than they are for people.  Today our Palmdale vets share how important it is to care for your dog's teeth, and some tips on how you can best keep their mouth healthy from home.

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Cat Dental Health & Care: What You Should Know

Cat Dental Health & Care: What You Should Know

Dental health issues can become painful for cats, just like in humans. Pain in your kitty friend's mouth or teeth can even cause them to stop eating. In this post, our Palmdale vets explain how to keep your cat's mouth clean and healthy.

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