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Like humans, overweight canines also have an increased risk of facing various health conditions. Having an overweight dog can be an exasperating experience for it. Weight problems can also exacerbate any existing conditions your dog may have. It also leaves pet owners who are very observant of the weight gain of their furry friends distraught. ​​​​​​​
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Microchips are minute electronic devices roughly proportional to a single grain of rice. A vet uses a syringe to insert it into your pet. The injection has minimal discomfort to the cat and lasts only a few seconds. Each microchip has a unique identification code, ensuring that none other has a similar number. Microchipping has several benefits for you, the owner, and your cat. They include:​​​​​​​
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X-rays are crucial when your pet falls and injures itself, ingests something it should not, or has an unusual problem. The vet performs an X-ray to identify the problem. They help vets diagnose what is happening with their patients. Otherwise, treatment in situations needing X-rays would be like walking through a forest with a blindfold.​​​​​​​
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A pet wellness exam is a medical evaluation of your pet. The exams are an ideal way of promoting health by focusing on early disease detection and prevention. Exams may occur once or twice annually when the animal is in good health.​​​​​​​
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Having pets spayed or neutered is a common and routine practice around the world. Animals that are not for breeding get the procedure to prevent reproduction. Almost 80 percent of pet owners in the country have their canine companions spayed or neutered. ​​​​​​​
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Our veterinarians and staff are committed to ensure that your pets receive the compassionate and individualized attention they deserve.