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Our Arlington veterinarians share helpful tips and advice to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.

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The Importance of Regular Fecal Exams for Cats & Dogs

The Importance of Regular Fecal Exams for Cats & Dogs

Parasites can wreak havoc on the digestive system of your pet causing all kinds of uncomfortable symptoms. Here, our vets in Arlington talk about the purpose of fecal exams for dogs and cats, and what we can find when performing one.

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Diagnostic Imaging: X-rays & CT Scans for Cats & Dogs

Diagnostic Imaging: X-rays & CT Scans for Cats & Dogs

Diagnostic imaging can be used to help during both routine pet checkups and in more time-sensitive situations. It can provide valuable insight into the internal health and functions of your pet. Here, our Arlington vets explain what you can expect with CT scans and X-rays for cats and dogs at our veterinary diagnostic lab.

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Ultrasounds for Dogs & Cats: What Pet Owners Want to Know

Ultrasounds for Dogs & Cats: What Pet Owners Want to Know

So your vet recommended that your pet have an ultrasound, but what does that mean exactly? Here our Arlington vets talk about the purpose of ultrasounds for cats and dogs, and what they can help show us about their health and internal functions.

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Veterinary Surgery: Getting Your Dog Fixed

Veterinary Surgery: Getting Your Dog Fixed

Veterinary surgeries can do more than treat conditions that are already occurring. some can prevent potential issues from arising in the first place. Here, our veterinary surgeons in Arlington talk about the purpose of veterinary reproductive surgery for pets and how having your dog spayed or neutered can help protect them.

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X-Rays for Dogs

X-Rays for Dogs

Diagnostic imaging allows our vets to gain valuable insight into the internal functions and structure of your pet. Here, our Arlington vets talk about why your dog may need an X-ray, what to expect during the appointment, as well as some information about safety and cost.

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Cranial Cruciate Ligament (CCL) Surgery

Cranial Cruciate Ligament (CCL) Surgery

Because your dog spends so much time running around, injuries to their knees aren't entirely uncommon. Our Arlington vets talk about how an injury to the cranial cruciate ligament (CCL) may happen, how surgery can treat it, and what to expect during recovery.

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Helping Your Dog Recover After Surgery

Helping Your Dog Recover After Surgery

The treatment doesn't end once your pet has a surgical procedure. You will also need to provide ongoing care during their recovery for the best outcome. Today, our Arlington vets talk about how to help your dog recovery after veterinary surgery including tips and advice.

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Ear Hematoma Surgery in Cats

Ear Hematoma Surgery in Cats

If your cat gets into a fight or sustains an accidental injury to their ear, it can result in a hematoma or blood blister. Here, our Arlington vets share some of the things you should know about cat ear hematomas and how surgery can help treat them and prevent future reoccurrences.

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How to Groom an Aggressive Dog

How to Groom an Aggressive Dog

While some dogs love being brushed, others become highly agitated making it a difficult process. Luckily, there are ways to make this easier for you. Today, our vets share some signs and reasons behind dogs becoming aggressive when groomed and how our professional pet grooming services in Arlington can help. 

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How to Bathe a Cat & How Often You Should Do It

How to Bathe a Cat & How Often You Should Do It

Cats shouldn't need baths often, which is a good thing since many dislike the experience. But what can you do if it's necessary? Our vets in Arlington offer some cat bathing advice and include a few tips to make cleaning up go smoothly.

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