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What Should You Do If Your Pet is Poisoned?

For most people pets aren’t just animals, they are family. And if something bad happens to your pet, it is an emergency. What if your pet has poisoning? Normandale Veterinary Hospital has the information you need if your pet is poisoned.

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Orthopedic Pet Care: TTA and TPLO Procedures Explained

Your pet is not just an animal, it is family. When your pet has an injury, Normandale Veterinary Hospital is there for you. Your pet’s injuries may require surgery from our professionals. When you hear our vets saying things like “TTA” and “TPLO,” it can be overwhelming. Here are the Tibial Tuberosity Advancement (TTA) and tibial-plateau-leveling osteotomy (TPLO) procedures explained.

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Six Signs Your Pet May Need a Trip to the Emergency Room

It can be difficult to know if your pet requires an emergency veterinary appointment. If your pet is showing signs of illness, however, we recommend that you bring it to Normandale Veterinary Hospital. We provide expert pet care that restores your pet back to normal health and gives it a full life. Schedule a screening today if you notice any of the following symptoms in your dog or cat.

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Get Your Pet's Teeth Cleaned For Better Health

Poor dental hygiene can lead to serious health problems for your pet if left unattended. As an owner, you have a role in keeping your pet’s teeth clean year round. For a professional cleaning, bring your pet to Normandale Veterinary Hospital. Our professionals are able to spot potential oral problems before they arise and take preventative measures, saving you money, and your pet distress in the long run.

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Is Your Pet Vaccinated?

With the rise in health problems in pets, vaccinations are more necessary than ever. Now is the time to schedule your pet vaccination and annual checkup at Normandale Veterinary Hospital. We offer up-to-date immunizations and preventative treatments that are necessary for your pet. Since each pet is different, we specialize in preventative medicine for your cat or dog.

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It's Time for Your Pet's Heartworm and Tick Disease Screening

The most effective way to prevent heartworm, ticks, and fleas from spreading disease is to bring them to Normandale Veterinary Hospital for an annual screening. We give comprehensive checkups for dogs. To find out more about our services or to schedule an appointment, contact us today. We are the pet care specialists in Edina, Minnesota.

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The Importance of Grooming Your Pet

Grooming your pet is a necessary part of its growth and development. In addition to appearance and cleanliness, there are also health benefits to keeping your dog or cat groomed. We recommend grooming your pet starting at a young age so that it becomes a regular part of their routine. Normandale Veterinary Hospital offers professional grooming for pets of all shapes and sizes. You can schedule a session with us by calling our clinic and setting up an appointment.

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5 Warning Signs That Your Dog Has Heartworms

Once a heartworm enters your dog’s digestive system, it can grow up to 12 inches long and live as long as five to seven years. Your dog will exhibit one or more clear signs that it is suffering from heartworms. If you notice one of the symptoms below, bring your dog to Normandale Veterinary Clinic for a checkup and a diagnosis. We can provide the right treatment that will get rid of the heartworms and restores your dog back to good health.

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January is the Perfect time for Your Pet’s Annual Physical Examination

What’s the most important thing you can do for your pet in 2018? Bring them to Normandale Vet Hospital for an annual check-up. Even if your pet seems healthy, a Normandale veterinarian performing a physical exam will help us discover any potential illnesses or diseases early on. If we find any health conditions that could cause problems, we can discuss preventative measures you can take to help your pet or treatment options if needed. January is the perfect time for your pet’s annual physical examination. It’s a great way to start off the year.

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5 Common Medical Conditions in Older Dogs

As your dog gets older, you may observe changes in its behavior or mood. These can be indications that something is physically wrong. Just like people, as dogs grow older their ability to fend off illnesses declines. Even the most loving and attentive owner can miss signs by assuming that deviations in the dog’s sleep or eating habits are normal, merely due to age. If you notice abnormal behavior, bring your dog to Normandale Veterinary Hospital for a physical examination. We can diagnose the behavior and inform you if there are conditions that need medical attention.

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