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Here, our Clearlake vets share helpful tips and advice to help you keep your pets healthy and happy - whether that is information about common illnesses or advice about parasite prevention.

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How To Recognize Spider Bites On Dogs

How To Recognize Spider Bites On Dogs

No one likes the thought of a spider being in their home. Most of the time they stay out of sight, and don't cause any issues. However, they do occasionally bite us or our pets. Below, our Clearlake vets tell you about spider bites in dogs, and when to seek medical attention.

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Cat Tooth Fractures: Is It an Emergency? What to Do Next

Cat Tooth Fractures: Is It an Emergency? What to Do Next

In cats, fractured teeth are something that our veterinarians in Clearlake see quite frequently. It is most commonly caused by chewing on hard objects, rough play, or direct trauma. In older cats, the tooth may have simply worn down. But when is a broken tooth a serious issue that needs to be addressed? Our Clearlake explain when to take action.

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Symptoms & Treatment of Laryngeal Paralysis in Dogs

Symptoms & Treatment of Laryngeal Paralysis in Dogs

Laryngeal paralysis is a condition that causes a dog's windpipe to open incorrectly when your pooch inhales. Rather than opening as it should, the sides of the windpipe are sucked into the opening. In severe cases, laryngeal paralysis can lead to suffocation but can be treated effectively if detected early. Our Clearlake vets describe the condition further in this post.

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6 Benefits To Pet Wellness Plans

6 Benefits To Pet Wellness Plans

Pet owners understand the importance of regular veterinary care for their furry friends, but the cost can often be a significant concern. This is where pet wellness plans come in. Today, our Clearlake vets share some of the benefits of wellness plans for your beloved canine companion or feline friend

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Signs Your Dog Needs Dental Cleaning

Signs Your Dog Needs Dental Cleaning

Knowing the signs that your dog needs a dental cleaning is important. Our veterinarians at Clearlake Veterinary Clinic will provide you with the signs that your dog may need to come to our Clearlake.

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My dog keeps eating everything!

My dog keeps eating everything!

Watching a puppy playfully gnawing on a shoelace might seem adorable, but it could potentially become a dangerous or obsessive behavior if left unchecked. In this article, our veterinarian from Clearlake will discuss the reasons behind this behavior and whether or not it should be a cause for concern.

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Cataracts in Cats: Causes, Signs, and Treatment

Cataracts in Cats: Causes, Signs, and Treatment

Have you noticed your cat's eyes have started to cloud over, this may be a sign that your cat is developing cataracts in its eyes? Today, our Clearlake vets will provide you with information on cataracts in cats and what to look out for.

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Fractured Teeth in Cats

Fractured Teeth in Cats

Cats are not as known for chewing or exploring the world with their mouths as dogs are, but they can still get up to no good and even damage their teeth! Here, our Clearlake vets discuss the signs and symptoms of fractured teeth in cats and when it is considered an emergency.

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Does My Cat Need a Friend?

Does My Cat Need a Friend?

Cats, usually seen as solitary, also value companionship. In this post, our Clearlake vets explain the benefits of having two cats, how to introduce them, and how to prep for a new kitty.

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Joint Pain in Dogs - Signs, Causes & Treatment

Joint Pain in Dogs - Signs, Causes & Treatment

Dogs of any age can suffer from joint pain that can affect their overall well-being. If left untreated, it can lead to more severe conditions and injuries. Identifying joint pain in dogs can be tricky unless you know the symptoms. Our veterinarians in Clearlake provide information on various types of joint pain in dogs, including their causes and treatments.

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