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Cyanosis in Dogs

Cyanosis in Dogs

If you begin to notice your dog's skin changing color, becoming purple of blueish, they may be experiencing cyanosis. In this blog, our vets in Bedford explain the causes and dangers of cyanosis in dogs, as well as the prognosis and treatment options.

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Addison's Disease in Cats

Addison's Disease in Cats

Addison's disease is a condition that can affect hormone production leading to complications for organs such as the kidneys. Here, our Bedford vets share some vital information about the causes and signs of Addison's disease in cats, how it is diagnosed and what can be done to manage the symptoms.

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Lyme Disease in Dogs: Treatment & Cure

Lyme Disease in Dogs: Treatment & Cure

Ticks are an external parasite that can carry diseases. If your pet is bitten by an infected tick they risk developing one of these potentially serious conditions such as Lyme disease. Today, our Bedford vets talk about Lyme disease in dogs including the symptoms, treatment options and if it can be cured.

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What is medical pet boarding?

What is medical pet boarding?

If you need to head away from home for a while when you have pets, it will involve some careful planning. This is especially true if your companion has medical needs. Today, our Bedford vets talk about caring for your pet while you are away from home and how medical pet boarding can help if your cat or dog has a condition or is recovering.

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Where to Leave a Dog While on Vacation

Where to Leave a Dog While on Vacation

Do you have anxiety about leaving your dog while you go on vacation? This is completely normal. Today, our Bedford vets offer advice like what to do with your dog while you travel, what you can expect, and how pet boarding may be an ideal choice during your vacation.

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Tips for Veterinary Boarding for Senior Dogs

Tips for Veterinary Boarding for Senior Dogs

Leaving your dog for any amount of time can be stressful, especially so if your dog is older. Here, our Bedford vets talk about what you should share with the boarding staff and how you can help your senior dog have a relaxing and comfortable stay at a pet boarding facility.

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How Long Can You Leave a Cat Alone?

How Long Can You Leave a Cat Alone?

We generally think of cats as being solitary creatures, but did you know that they are actually pretty social and prefer having company? Here, our Bedford vets talk about how long you can leave a cat at home alone during each stage of their life and tips for ensuring a pleasant experience.

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How to Travel With a Cat: Tips for a Low-Stress Trip

How to Travel With a Cat: Tips for a Low-Stress Trip

If you need to go away from home for a while and you have a cat then you may be wondering: 'Should I travel with my cat?' and 'Do cats even like to travel?'. Here, our Bedford vets talk about the best way to travel with a cat and how to travel with a cat on a plane or in a car for a stress-free trip.

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Cat Tooth Extractions: What to Expect & What to Watch For

Cat Tooth Extractions: What to Expect & What to Watch For

When a cat's tooth becomes damaged or if it is causing your cat a great deal of pain your vet will likely recommend an extraction to treat the issue and prevent complications with the surrounding teeth. Today, our Bedford vets share some information about cat dental surgery and why tooth extractions are needed.

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Dandruff in Dogs: Causes & Treatment

Dandruff in Dogs: Causes & Treatment

If you've noticed that your dog just won't stop scratching and they're leaving white flaky skin everywhere, then you are probably wondering if dogs can even get dandruff. Here, our Bedford vets talk about dandruff in dogs, what causes this flaky condition, and how it can be treated.

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