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Why You Should Schedule an Annual Check-Up for Your Pets

As pet owners, we’re connected to our beloved furry pals in ways we’ll never relate to most people. Our pets love us unconditionally. They follow us around and they’re by our side when we’re feeling blue. That’s why we want to be there for them in return and give them the longest, healthiest lives possible.

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What to Do When Your Dog is Injured

When you’re a dog owner, the last thing you want is to see your beloved pet has been injured. Seeing your best friend suffering or in pain due to an unexpected injury can be downright heartbreaking. But having a good plan of action and a supportive veterinarian care team can be key to minimizing the damage and helping your furry pal enjoy a speedy recovery.

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What It Takes to Become a Veterinarian

From soft and cuddly pet rabbits to hard-working farm animals, animals bring joy to our lives and help humanity to get in touch with the best part of who we are. With all of the fantastic videos available online these days from animal rescuers and wildlife specialists, you or someone you know might have thought about becoming a vet.

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Understanding How a Dog Thinks

Many pet owners who watch Pixar’s adorable film “Up” have found themselves longing that fiction would become reality. The adorable animation features a dog named Dug with a clever collar that translates his canine thoughts into English.

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What is Parvovirus and How Can You Protect Your Dog?

Learn everything you need to know about protecting your dog from parvovirus in this post from the veterinarians at Normandale Veterinary Hospital in Edina, MN.

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What Dog Owners Need to Know About Kennel Cough

Get answers to all of your questions about how kennel cough affects dogs and what you can do to keep your family pet safe in this post from the veterinary care team at Normandale Veterinary Hospital in Edina, MN.

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Your Guide to Puppy Vaccinations

Is there anything more adorable than a new puppy? From her floppy ears to her little wet nose, whether she’s fluffy, tall, short, active, or chill, a puppy is a cuddly, sweet creature that deserves all the love we have to give. And while ear scratches and treats are a great way to show you care, there’s really no better way to love your pet than by giving her a healthy start at a long and happy life. That’s why scheduling her puppy vaccinations should be one of the first things you do after adopting a new doggo.

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What is Canine Distemper?

Dogs are considered humanity’s best friends for many reasons. They’re unconditionally loving and loyal, and they’re easy to love back. And one of the best ways to love your pet back is by keeping her safe.

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When to Spay & Neuter Cats

Right after Christmas each year, a heartbreaking story plays out for cats and dogs across the country. Pet shelters end up filling up quickly within the weeks after the holidays as the pets that were given as holiday gifts don’t work out. In fact, about ⅓ of pets given as holiday gifts end up at the shelter. And worse, many of the pets that aren’t given away end up further to the animal population because their new families don’t prioritize sterilization.

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How to Exercise Dogs Inside

Make sure your dog gets plenty of exercise during the winter months with this guide to indoor dog exercise from the veterinarians at Normandale Veterinary Clinic in Edina.

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