Signs of Pain in Pets

By September 26, 2015 · · · · 0 Comments
Signs of Pain in Pets

Radar’s story Signs of pain in pets can be subtle and easily missed. Case in point: I recently saw a case of a nine year-old mixed breed dog “Radar”, who was brought in to me for “just a check up” and to update the vaccinations. A foul odor emanated from the dog and it didn’t…

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Pets deserve veterinary dentistry

professionally cleaned cat teeth

More than just bad breath If you have ever wondered what happens if teeth go for years without brushing (or you want to show your children what will become of their teeth if they fail to brush regularly), lift up your pet’s lips and have a look at the teeth and smell your pet’s breath. Veterinary…

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Vaccination Guidelines and Disease Prevention

Preparing a pet vaccination, or shot

Vaccines Protect Your Pet from Preventable Disease At Sardis Animal Hospital, we understand that vaccines protect most pets from serious diseases. However, we don’t believe in giving pets vaccines they don’t need. Our vaccine protocols are based on the recommendations published by the American Animal Hospital Association, the American Veterinary Medical Association, the Canadian Veterinary…

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5 Free Kitten Wallpapers

Kitten Wallpaper 4

Following our dog, cat, and puppy wallpaper collections here is our latest curation: kitten wallpaper.  Enjoy.  :)

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5 Free Cat Wallpapers

Cat Wallpaper 5

Last week we shared 5 free HD dog wallpapers.  This week it’s cats!  Enjoy. :)

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Is a purring cat truly content?

Content cat purring

It’s a common belief that cats purr because they are happy.  A relaxed cat being petted will often purr, close it’s eyes and enter a trance like state that to us looks like the ultimate state of bliss. There is also an assumption that a purring cat is a healthy, well cat and that is…

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Vocal signs from your cat

By October 15, 2003 0 Comments
Content cat purring

Cats learn at an early age that their owners will respond to the vocal signals they make. They are rewarded with attention, affection and most importantly, food. There are individual and breed related differences in the vocal characteristics of cats, the Siamese being notorious for loud, at times piercing wails and meows made at night….

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