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Confronting the Pain of Cancer in Your Pet

A diagnosis of cancer carries many scary things with it, including the likelihood that your pet is in pain. Your veterinarian in Philadelphia will work with you to create a pain management plan to keep your pet comfortable during treatment. Here are some pointers to keep in mind as you discuss this plan with your

Pet Health

Q&A – Pet Dental Health

February is National Pet Dental Health month! To celebrate, we’re answering a few basic questions about dog dental health: So when do dogs have adult teeth? Do they just keep their baby ones? When they’re young, puppies have a set of milk teeth, or deciduous teeth, they use to nurse and eventually eat solid food

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Spinal Health in Your Pets

Keeping your pet healthy can be a challenge, but if you are aware of the signs and symptoms of a health issue, you can be proactive. One of the most common concerns among pet owners, specifically cat and dog owners, is spinal health and issues with the spine. Some of the common signs and symptoms

Winter Safety For Pets

As the cold months grace us with their presence, it is important to be well informed, so we are able to keep our furry friends safe from possible dangers. We love our pets, and although they may love to frolic in the snow or venture outside with the kids, it may not be the smartest