Urinary Problems in Dogs and Cats

Just like humans, dogs and cats are susceptible to issues that affect the urinary tract. These problems can range from mild discomfort to serious medical issues. The urinary tract, which consists of the kidneys, the bladder, the urethra, and the uterus in females, can easily come into contact with bacteria,…

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The Story of Bodhi and Hypertrophic Osteodystrophy (HOD)

Treatment for Hypertrophic Osteodystrophy in Weimaraners When Dr. Noa Safra asked us to help her educate owners of Weimaraners afflicted with a disease called Hypertrophic Osteodystrophy (HOD), we agreed enthusiastically. We don’t think it’s hyperbole to say she saved Bodhi’s life. Working with her to create a support network for…

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Keep It Local and Shop at Our Veterinary Online Store

Whether it’s groceries or garden supplies, books or clothing, there’s nothing like shopping online. Just last year alone, consumers spent over $800 billion with internet retailers, an increase of 44 percent from 2019. Of course, it’s hard to compete with the convenience of loading up a virtual cart and choosing…

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Ringworm Treatment for Dogs And Cats

Ringworm is an incredibly contagious fungus that can cause health issues for dogs, cats, and even humans. If your furry friend comes into contact with ringworm, it is important to get treatment quickly to avoid it causing further problems for that animal or spreading to other animals in your home.…

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Wheaton Veterinary Services Spotlight: Anal Glands

Caring four our four-legged friends can be a lot of fun, but there are some not-so-pleasant aspects as well. Anal glands tend to top the list of things that we would all rather avoid, but caring for them is an important part of pet ownership. The pet experts at Wheaton…

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Spay and Neuter Considerations for Your Pets

Do you have questions when it comes to preventive surgery for your pet? We may not be Bob Barker, but The Pet Experts at Wheaton Animal Hospital have all the answers you need when it comes to spay and neuter! Reasons to Spay and Neuter While it may seem like…

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Understanding Pyometra in Cats and Dogs

You may have never heard of the word pyometra, but it is a medical condition that warrants understanding. It is especially essential to recognize its signs if you are the owner of an intact rather than spayed female cat or dog. Pyometra is a uterine infection that occurs in older…

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Struggling to Breathe: When Your Pet Has Asthma

Have you noticed that your pet is having trouble breathing? They may cough or wheeze. They may even want to sleep more than normal, or don’t have any interest in exercise. Respiratory issues in pets can be caused  by a number of conditions, but if your pet already struggles with…

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