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Caring For Your Pet’s Teeth at Home

We often underestimate how quickly dental disease can take hold because most of us are in the habit of taking care of our teeth every day. Our cats and dogs are not much different in their oral health needs: daily brushing is key to avoiding severe periodontal disease which leads to loss of teeth and very bad breath.

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Is My Cat Sick? Signs of Illness in Cats

Pay attention if your cat is sleeping more or sleeping less, suddenly has bad breath or is eliminating outside of the litter box, as these and others can be signs that something is wrong. Cats are masters at hiding signs of illness; keeping your eyes open can help you figure out when they need help.

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Iris the Wonder Puppy, part 2

Iris, a Borzoi Sighthound, was everything her owner Meaghan had hoped-- until she wasn’t quite herself one evening. A life-threatening illness proved to be the culprit, and quick action and a lot of care saved Iris' life.

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Primary Care is closed on Mother’s Day

We will be closed for routine services on Sunday, May 13th, for Mother's Day. Emergency services, as always, will remain open.

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What To Expect on Surgery Day

You may be anxious about your pet's surgical procedure for many reasons. We'd like to take a few minutes to describe our protocols and hopefully ease your mind about what to expect.

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