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Dog ACL Injuries & Surgeries

Dog ACL Injuries & Surgeries

In humans, the ACL is vital in stabilizing knee movement. In dogs, the cranial cruciate ligament (CCL) performs this task. While the ACL and CCL are somewhat different many pet parents prefer to stick to the term ACL when discussing their pet's injury. Today's post delves into ACL injuries in dogs and the surgeries used to treat them.

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Parvo in Dogs - What You Need to Know

Parvo in Dogs - What You Need to Know

Few conditions are more dangerous to the health of puppies and dogs than parvovirus. Today, our Mamaroneck vets explain how this highly contagious condition is spread, symptoms to watch for, and how to protect your pup.

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Fractured Teeth in Dogs: Signs, Symptoms, Treatment

Fractured Teeth in Dogs: Signs, Symptoms, Treatment

Sometimes, dogs can suffer a traumatic injury, or chew something so hard, that one of their teeth breaks. In this post, our Mamaroneck vets will discuss the causes, signs, and treatment of fractured teeth in dogs.

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Common Dental Problems in Dogs

Common Dental Problems in Dogs

Regular dental care is essential for keeping your dog's teeth healthy, but sometimes, even with regular care, dog teeth problems can occur. In today's post, you will learn about common dental issues in dogs and what to do.

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Surgery to Treat Ear Hematomas in Cats

Surgery to Treat Ear Hematomas in Cats

Today, our Mamaroneck veterinarians delve into the subject of ear hematomas in cats and the surgery performed to treat this potentially painful condition.

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Cataracts in Cats - Signs & What To Do

Cataracts in Cats - Signs & What To Do

Like people, our feline friends can develop cataracts, which, when severe can have a significant negative impact on their vision. In today's post, our Mamaroneck vets delve into the topic of cataracts in cats, signs to watch for and what can be done to help.

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Is it better to have two dogs than one?

Is it better to have two dogs than one?

Having two dogs in your home can be beneficial to both you and the pets, but there are bound to be challenges along the way. Today our Mamaroneck vets provide tips to help you introduce a second dog to your home.

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Vomiting & Diarrhea in Pets

Vomiting & Diarrhea in Pets

Vomiting and diarrhea are common signs of gastrointestinal upset (gastroenteritis) in our furry friends. However, pinpointing the precise cause of these issues can be challenging. Read on to learn more about the causes and what to do if your pet has these symptoms.

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Your Guide to Essential First Year Puppy Vaccinations

Your Guide to Essential First Year Puppy Vaccinations

Puppy vaccinations play a crucial role in safeguarding your fur baby's health and providing them with a strong start in life. Our Mamaroneck vets explain the shots your puppy needs, the reasons behind each vaccination, and when they should be given.

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Cat Ear Hematoma - What They Are & Surgery Used to Treat Them

Cat Ear Hematoma - What They Are & Surgery Used to Treat Them

In today's post, you will learn about ear hematoma in cats, what they are, what causes them, and the surgery used to treat this potentially painful condition.

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