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Skin Problems That May Be Bothering Your Dog

There are currently over 160 known skin diseases for dogs. While some of these diseases can be easily treated, others are severe and require special medication or even medical procedures to heal. Normandale Vet Hospital specializes in treating all types of skin diseases for your canine. We take special care with your pet and work hard to find a cure no matter what type of disease your pet has.

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Does Your Pet Have Allergies? We Can Help!

When allergies attack your dog or cat, they can cause all kinds of health problems. At Normandale Vet Hospital, we treat dogs and cats of all breeds for a wide range of allergies. If you seek treatment right away, then most allergies can be cured or reduced with medicine. Below is a brief description of allergy symptoms and how we can treat them.

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What Happens During a Dog's Teeth Cleaning Appointment?

Getting your dog’s teeth cleaned may seem more like an inconvenience than a necessity, but the treatment is important for your pet’s hygiene and continued well-being. The procedure differs from the one you experience at the dentist, because your pet is typically given anesthesia. The teeth cleaning process is relatively straightforward, but there are important steps to know, so you’re comfortable with the process.

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Get Your Pet Fixed: the Benefits of Spaying and Neutering

The sad reality is that there are many cats and dogs without a place to call home. And part of being a responsible pet owner is ensuring that your pet won’t contribute to overpopulation. As Bob Barker always says, “Have your pet spayed or neutered!”

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Maintaining Healthy Teeth for a Healthy Pet

When you think of your own dental care routine you probably would include brushing and flossing your teeth daily. Taking care of your pet's teeth is no different – but it’s doubtful you can even think of a time when you flossed your pet's teeth! In the wild, a wolf would get his teeth cleaned during a meal by chewing on dense bones. However domestic pets don't get the same cleaning from eating a bowl of kibble. Hence they need regular dental check ups to ensure their teeth stay healthy.

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Grooming: The Wellness Exam that Looks Great too

Keeping your pet up to date on vaccines and attending a yearly wellness exam are great ways to ensure yours is a healthy, happy companion. Though pet owners often overlook the importance and health benefits of a well-groomed pet. Not only does grooming offer health benefits, it can also be a great opportunity for increased socialization. Below, we examine just a few of the benefits to having a well groomed animal.

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Summer Safety Tips For Dogs

Summer comes with its own set of concerns for people and animals alike, but it can be difficult to determine the warning signs of heat problems in dogs. Before you decide to go on that next long walk, take your dog to the park, or on a run, keep the following summer safety tips in mind before you head out.

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Pet Oral Care Matters

Often when people think of caring for their pets, things like vaccines, heartworm medication, grooming, and exercise come to mind. However there is one key aspect of pet health that many pet owners overlook: pet oral care.

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Why Your Dog Needs Heartworm Treatment

If you are a dog owner, you've no doubt heard about heartworm. If you're wondering whether you should worry about it, the answer is yes. Heartworm is one of the most common and deadly diseases that afflicts dogs. It is very important that you both take your dog in for regular exams and that you give preventative treatment to the animal. To learn more, read on.

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Spaying and Neutering Does More Than Prevent Unwanted Litters

Most pet owners agree that having the simple operations that keep them from reproducing, is the responsible thing to do in terms of controlling animal populations. But what’s less well understood is that spaying (for females) and neutering (for males) also dramatically decreases their chances of developing serious, life-threatening diseases.

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