Having a new kitten is exciting, but now you need to make sure that they are healthy and stay that way for life. To help you prepare, our Apple Valley vets share some information about what to expect at your kitten's first vet visit.
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Our diagnostic imaging allows vets to assess your pet's condition quickly and recommend immediate treatment options. The choice of imaging tool varies based on the specific condition. In Apple Valley, our veterinarians offer your cat or dog CT scans, x-rays, ultrasounds, and more.
Blood tests play a crucial role in most veterinary clinics as a valuable tool for assessing the health of cats. In today's blog, our vets in Apple Valley emphasize the significance of blood tests for cats and highlight the valuable information they can provide to your vet.
In certain instances, felines experiencing suboptimal oral hygiene may develop a distressing ailment referred to as gingivitis. Within this article, our veterinarians in Apple Valley discuss the symptoms, causes, and treatment of gingivitis in cats.
Spaying your female pet can have a variety of health benefits for them. While the outcome is the same, did you know that there is more than one option for the procedure that may be used? Here, our Apple Valley vets talk about laparoscopic spay surgery for dogs and cats, how it differs from traditional surgery and what the benefits are.
When you have your cat spayed or neutered, you're not only preventing the birth of unwanted kittens, but you're also safeguarding them from serious health issues. Our vets in Apple Valley are here today to discuss the ideal age to have your kitten fixed and the advantages of having your cat spayed or neutered.
It's a big decision to spay or neuter your dog and you might be worried about the complications that could come from it. Rest assured the odds of a complication are very minimal, but here our Apple Valley vets discuss what you can expect from spaying/neutering your dog and the signs of complications or infection you should keep an eye out for.