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Dog Tooth Extraction: What To Expect

Dog Tooth Extraction: What To Expect

When you bring your dog in for dental care, your veterinarian dentist will do everything they can to repair and save your dog's teeth. Unfortunately, they may be times when the tooth is beyond repair and removal will be recommended. Here, our Argyle vets talk about dog tooth extraction and what you can expect from this dental surgery.

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Gingivitis in Cats - Symptoms, Causes & Treatments

Gingivitis in Cats - Symptoms, Causes & Treatments

Gingivitis is a dental concern that can affect cats if they haven't been given ongoing proper dental care throughout their lives. Our Argyle vets discuss gingivitis in cats, how it occurs and what the signs and causes of this disease are.

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What is Whipworm in dogs? Causes, Treatment & Prevention

What is Whipworm in dogs? Causes, Treatment & Prevention

Whipworms are a common parasite that makes its home in the large intestine and cecum of dogs, causing irritation and leading to a host of uncomfortable symptoms. Today our Argyle vets explain more about whipworms in dogs including symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and prevention.

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Can a Dog Have a Reaction to the Bordetella Vaccine?

Can a Dog Have a Reaction to the Bordetella Vaccine?

When it comes to protecting our pets and keeping them safe, one of the most common and useful ways of doing so is through routine vaccinations. In today's article, our Argyle vets discuss the Bordetella vaccine and whether or not your dog can have a reaction to this vaccination.

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Getting Your Cat Fixed: What To Know About Spaying & Neutering

Getting Your Cat Fixed: What To Know About Spaying & Neutering

One of the easiest ways you can help protect your cat's health is by spaying or neutering them. Here, our Argyle vets discuss spaying and neutering and the benefits of getting your cat fixed.

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C-Section for Dogs: Everything You Should Know

C-Section for Dogs: Everything You Should Know

If your dog is due to have puppies but is experiencing complications they may need an emergency c-section, but in some cases, there may not be any immediate danger but an increased risk and so an elective c-section may be recommended. Today our Argyle vets discuss how to know if your dog may need a c-section and what to expect during and after the c-section procedure.

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How Should I Be Cleaning My Cat's Teeth?

How Should I Be Cleaning My Cat's Teeth?

Just like humans and all other animals it is possible for cat's teeth to begin to decay if they are not cared for properly and one of the easiest ways to do so is by cleaning them regularly. Today, our Argyle vets discuss how you should go about cleaning your cats teeth and how often you should do so. 

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Causes of Cavities and How to Treat a Cavity in Dogs

Causes of Cavities and How to Treat a Cavity in Dogs

Humans aren't the only animal that might suffer from cavities without adequate oral health care. Today, our Argyle vets talk about what cavities in dogs look like and to treat and prevent a cavity from happening.

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Common Dog Dental Conditions & Care

Common Dog Dental Conditions & Care

Dog dental care is an important part of their complete oral health and overall health care in general. In today's post, our Argyle vets discuss some common dog dental problems as well as the signs and symptoms to look out for and when you should call a veterinary dentist. 

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Cat Tooth Extractions: What to Expect

Cat Tooth Extractions: What to Expect

Dental disease is one of the most common issues for cats, affecting most cats by the time they are 3 years old. If your cat experiences dental disease then they may require the removal of a tooth. Our Argyle vets discuss dental surgery in cats and what to expect during a tooth extraction surgery and recovery.

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