Your dog's dental care is a critical part of not only their oral health but their general well-being too. Many dogs, however, don't actually get the dental care they need to stay as healthy as possible. Here, our Apple Valley veterinary team guides you through 5 of the reasons dog dental care is so important.
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Tooth decay and gum disease are just as much issues for dogs as they are for people. Because of this, caring for your dog's teeth is an important element of caring for your dog's overall health. Here, our Apple Valley vets share some advice on how to maintain your dog's oral health, both professionally and at home.
Our Apple Valley vets know that making the decision to have your dog neutered or spayed can be an emotional one for pet owners. But, it's important to remember that these surgeries are relatively routine for your vet and quite easy for your pup to recovery from.
If you've recently adopted a new cat or kitten, you may be wondering when the right time is to have your feline friend fixed. Here, our Apple Valley vets explain why having your cat neutered or spayed is beneficial for both you pet and your community.
If are are preparing to have your female cat or dog spayed, you might be wondering whether or not you should search out a vet who performs laser spaying. Here, our Apple Valley vets share more about traditional spay techniques versus laser spaying.
Having your pup spayed or neutered prevents unwanted pregnancies and litters and also curbs undesirable behaviors. These procedures can even reduce the risk of certain diseases in your dog. Here, our Apple Valley vets walk you through what you need to know about having your puppy undergo one of these procedures.
There are distinct benefits to both wellness plans and pet insurance, but it's important to understand the differences between them. Here, our Apple Valley vets explain more about wellness plans and pet insurance.
Heartworm disease is a serious condition that can result in heart failure, severe lung disease, damage to other organs and even death for pets in Apple Valley. The disease is typically found in cats, dogs and ferrets. Here, our vets explain why prevention is key.