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Top Doggie Dental Tips for Keeping Man’s Best Friend Healthy

Your dog’s mouth is as important to how she perceives the world as your hands are to you. Whether she’s using her teeth to dig into a steak bone or find the perfect stick for playing fetch, her mouth helps her interpret the world around her. That’s why it’s incredibly important to keep her teeth and gums healthy through regular dental maintenance. Humans visit the dentist regularly, so why shouldn’t your beloved pets?

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How to Care for Your New Puppy

Dogs have been humanity’s finest companions for many millennia. A canine friend is completely loyal and doesn’t ask for much in return. But if dogs are man’s best friend, puppies are the best of the best! There’s nothing quite like welcoming an adorable, cuddly, and playful puppy into your new home.

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Everything You Should Know About Spaying and Neutering Your Pets

Whether you’re a dog lover, a cat lady, or the proud owner of a menagerie of furry friends and winged pals, you want what’s best for your animal companions. It’s common knowledge that sterilizing your pets is important for reducing the overall animal population and protecting your pets from disease. Sadly, millions of dogs and cats are euthanized every year because there’s no family to love them, and even more will die on the streets of hunger and illness.

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The Health Benefits of Keeping Your Pet Groomed

Whether you’re a dog lover, a cat lady, or the proud owner of a menagerie of furry friends and winged pals, you want what’s best for your animal companions. It’s common knowledge that sterilizing your pets is important for reducing the overall animal population and protecting your pets from disease. Sadly, millions of dogs and cats are euthanized every year because there’s no family to love them, and even more will die on the streets of hunger and illness.

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Getting Your Pet Ready Before Surgery

As a pet owner, your beloved animal friends are important members of your family. They offer you love unconditionally, which is why you want to be there for them when they need you. After all, they completely depend on you to protect them and make sure they’re taken care of when they need it.

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Five Heartworm Symptoms to Look Out For

When your family includes furry friends, you’ll do anything you can to take care of your furriest family members. After all, your pets offer you love unconditionally and bring joy to your family without asking for much in return. That’s why it’s important to protect your furry friends from exposure to parasites that can threaten their safety and health.

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It's Springtime: The Perfect Season for Vaccinations

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 preventive treatments that are necessary for your pet. Since each pet is different, we can specialize the type of preventive medicine we give to your cat or dog.

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Identifying the Symptoms of Heartworm Disease

The most effective way to prevent heartworms, ticks, and fleas from spreading diseases is to bring them to Normandale Veterinary Hospital for an annual screening. We give comprehensive checkups for the dogs and cats in your home. 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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Heartworm Detection and Prevention

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 it is suffering from heartworms.

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February is National Pet Dental Health Month

Dental health is vital to your pet’s overall health and well-being. Dental problems can lead to other health problems or be caused by medical conditions your pet may be experiencing. A Normandale Veterinarian can examine your dog’s or cat’s teeth to identify any issues and provide the appropriate dental treatment.

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