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Ear Cleaning and Nail Trimming for Dogs

Grooming your dog is important for 2 reasons: it helps to keep them healthy and comfortable, and it is an excellent way to bond with your canine companion.

How often should I cut my dog’s nails?


If your dog is active, its nails will be worn down with its activity and you will therefore need to cut their nails less frequently. If your dog is less active, you will have to cut them more frequently.

Why should I clean my dog’s ears?


We don’t recommend cleaning your dog’s ears unless your veterinarian has found a need for it.

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April Pet of the Month: Gaga

Gaga presented to us in January 2017 because her owners noticed some small drops of blood in her litter box. Her physical exam was normal, but a Complete Urinalysis revealed struvite crystals, as well as numerous white blood cells and red blood cells. These findings prompted her Veterinarian to recommend an x-ray, suspecting that bladder stones may be present. Sure enough, one smooth round stone in her bladder was visible on x-ray.

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