When your puppy is teething it can be a stressful time for both you and your pup. Here, our West Chester vets offer some tips and tricks on how you help your puppy feel better during this time.
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Dental care is important for a dog's overall health, but most pups don't receive the oral health care they need. Today, our West Chester vets explain the importance of cleaning your dog's teeth and why professional dental care should be a part of your dog's annual preventive healthcare.
Has your dog been excessively itching, scratching, or licking their skin? They could be suffering from a condition called dermatitis. Today our West Chester vets discuss some common causes of dermatitis and how to help your pup feel better.
Although a few extra pounds might make your feline friend appear cute and cuddly, carrying even a little extra weight can have a negative long-term effect on your cat. Today, our West Chester vets explain Constipation in dogs is an issue commonly seen by our West Chester vets. Today, our West Chester Veterinary Medical Center team explains the signs of constipation and how to help a constipated dog.
Constipation in dogs is an issue commonly seen by our West Chester vets. Today, our West Chester Veterinary Medical Center team explains the signs of constipation and how to help a constipated dog.
Worried that your cat is limping all of a sudden? Limping is a sign your feline companion is in pain. Our West Chester vets discuss common causes of limping and when it's time to bring your cat to the vet.
Joint pain is a common condition which afflicts dogs of all ages, affecting their quality of life and, if untreated, potentially developing into serious conditions and injuries. It may be difficult to notice your dog is experiencing joint pain unless you know what to look for. Here, our West Chester vets walk you through joint pain in your pup, including its types, causes and treatments.
Routine wellness exams are able to help keep your pet spry, healthy and happy by allowing our vets to assess and diagnose signs of disease early or prevent them altogether. Here, our West Chester vets share information about why these exams are important and what is involved in the process.
The rabies virus is exceptionally dangerous for cats; fortunately, it is entirely preventable. Our West Chester vets discuss the costs, scheduling, and side effects associated with getting your cat vaccinated against rabies.