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Updated information to keep your pet happy and healthy—right from the Clinton Veterinary Hospital team.
How to Spot Hypothermia in Your Pet

How to Spot Hypothermia in Your Pet

How to Spot Hypothermia in Your Pet   While the temperatures may drop, your furry pal still wants to go outdoors to play, eliminate, and exercise. However, frigid temperatures can lead to hypothermia in your pet, despite their fur coat.    Hypothermia signs...

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5 Holiday Hazards That Can Harm Your Pet

5 Holiday Hazards That Can Harm Your Pet

5 Holiday Hazards That Can Harm Your Pet   As the year comes to a close, holiday celebrations are still in full swing. However, the additional activity and stress present the perfect opportunity for your furry friend to get into trouble, so keep an eye out for...

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How to Help Your Senior Pet Handle the Changing Seasons

How to Help Your Senior Pet Handle the Changing Seasons

How to Help Your Senior Pet Handle the Changing Seasons The changing seasons affect everyone differently, but the switch from balmy summer weather to frigid temperatures can really do a number on your senior pet. Here are four ways to help your furry pal easily handle...

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Lumps and Bumps in Pets: When You Should Be Concerned

Lumps and Bumps in Pets: When You Should Be Concerned

Lumps and Bumps in Pets: When You Should Be Concerned November is National Pet Cancer Awareness Month, and since approximately 1 in 4 pets will develop cancer at some stage in their life, it is essential to know how to spot potential warning signs. This month, our...

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5 Halloween Pet Safety Tips

5 Halloween Pet Safety Tips

5 Halloween Pet Safety Tips As October 31 approaches, you may be planning all sorts of spooky activities to celebrate Halloween. If you include your pet in the festivities, ensure you do so safely by following our team’s top five Halloween pet safety tips. #1: Avoid...

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5 Tips to Ensure Your Senior Pet Stays Mobile

5 Tips to Ensure Your Senior Pet Stays Mobile

5 Tips to Ensure Your Senior Pet Stays Mobile As your pet ages, they likely will experience stiff, achy joints caused by osteoarthritis. Fortunately, you have many options to help keep your senior pet active and mobile throughout their golden years. Give the following...

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How To Spot Signs of Pain in Your Pet

How To Spot Signs of Pain in Your Pet

As pet owners, we want to do everything we can to make our furry friends happy and healthy. But sometimes it's hard to tell when they're in pain. In this post, we'll discuss some of the common signs of pain in pets and how you can help ease their discomfort. Thanks...

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3 Ways Your Pet Is Kept Safe Under Anesthesia

3 Ways Your Pet Is Kept Safe Under Anesthesia

As a pet owner, you want to ensure that your furry friend is safe and healthy at all times. One way you can do this is by having them undergo anesthesia for a procedure. Anesthesia helps keep your pet safe and comfortable during surgery or other procedures. Here are...

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How Do Pet Microchips Work?

How Do Pet Microchips Work?

How Do Pet Microchips Work? If you've been on the fence about having your pet microchipped, it might help ease your mind to understand how microchips work. While they do not provide GPS tracking capabilities, they do offer a permanent means of identification for your...

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