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Tips for Heartworm Prevention

Posted on 12-22-2017

Most dog and cat owners have heard of heartworm, but do you know how serious it can be? This parasite occurs in all 50 states, and if left untreated can be crippling and even deadly to beloved...

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What To Do If Your Pet Has An Emergency

Posted on 12-18-2017

An emergency can happen to anyone in your family, including your pets. Here are a few things you should know so you're prepared in the unlikely event your dog or cat experiences a health c...

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How You Should Prepare Your Pet Before Surgery

Posted on 12-18-2017

At Paws & Claws Pet Medical Center, our Troutdale veterinarian understands just how stressful it can be to learn that your cat or dog needs surgery of any kind. Fortunately, you can rest a...

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Flea & Tick Treatment from a Troutdale Veterinarian

Posted on 12-11-2017

You try your best to care for your dog or cat, but unfortunately, you think they may have been infested by fleas or ticks. Your pet seems very itchy lately, and you’re almost scared to i...

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Toxic Substances Your Pet Needs To Avoid

Posted on 12-07-2017

You know not to let your dog have chocolate, but what about grapes or nuts? Is the same food toxic in a cat if a dog can’t have it? It’s good to know the answers to these questions...

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