The Pets Place Animal Hospital Blog

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Pet Dental Health: Tips for Maintaining a Healthy Smile

The significance of pet dental health extends way beyond a fresh breath and a shining set of teeth. Poor dental health in pets can affect their overall quality of life.

How to Choose the Right Pet Food for Your Furry Friend

As a pet owner, one of the most critical decisions you'll make is what to feed your furry friend. The correct diet is essential for your pet's health, happiness, and longevity.

Ultrasounds 101: Everything you need to know about your pets procedure

What goes on inside your animal companion's body? Has your veterinarian recommended an ultrasound to diagnose a medical condition? Pet parents should know what to expect during the procedure as it’s important to understand how an ultrasound can help diagnose various medical conditions in animals.

How to Properly Groom Your Pet at Home, and When They Should See a Professional

Grooming is an important part of pet care. The American Veterinary Group advises pet owners to groom their pets at home and bring them to a professional groomer.

End-of-life Care for Your Pet: What to Expect

Dealing with the impending loss of your pet can be very difficult. Most pet parents go through anxious moments when their furry family member is approaching their final moments.

Warning Signs Your Pet May Be in Pain

No one wants to see their pet suffering or in pain. Animals are instinctively wired to hide their pain or any signs of weakness. It can be difficult to know when your pet is sick or hurting.

How to Prevent Parasites in Dogs

Parasites may be tiny, but they can do a lot of harm to your pet’s health. A parasite infection can cause organ damage or severe illness. The most common pet parasites include heartworms and intestinal parasites such as roundworms, whipworms, and hookworms. 

The Importance of Preventative Care in Veterinary Services

Preventative care is essential to veterinary medicine, helping ensure pets' health and well-being.

Warning Signs Your Pet May Need an Emergency Exam

Situations requiring emergency vet care can occur anytime, day or night. As a pet parent, you must be prepared and know how to identify the situations. Knowing the signs that indicate your pet is in distress can help prevent severe medical conditions. An exam can help identify issues that can be potentially fatal. The following are warning signs your pet may need an emergency exam. 

How to Prepare Pets for Boarding During the Holiday Season

The holiday season can be a fun time to spend with friends and family. But for pet owners, it can be very stressful and overwhelming. Interrupting routine can make your pet anxious due to the time they spend away from you. Thinking of boarding them can be daunting. However, you can rest assured they are okay throughout the holiday if you prepare them.

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