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  • At Home Veterinary Care for 3 Common Pet Problems
    Pets often have mild symptoms flare up from time to time effecting their skin & stools.  If your pet is still feeling good & only has mild symptoms, then some simple Read more
  • PET INSURANCE
    Pet insurance can be valuable when you would do anything for your pet if they got ill or injured, but don’t have deep pockets.  There are many different pet insurance Read more
  • PERIODONTAL DISEASE-MORE THAN JUST THE MOUTH
    Periodontal Disease (Dental Disease) Most of us understand the importance of clean teeth and a healthy mouth.  We sometimes forget that it’s just as important for our pets to receive dental Read more
  • HEARTWORM DISEASE IN DOGS
    THE THREAT IS REAL Heartworm disease is a very real threat in the Midwest.  This nasty parasite is transmitted by mosquitoes.  Larva are deposited under the skin and as they mature they Read more
  • STAYING AHEAD OF CANCER
    Pets and Cancer One in 4 pets will die of cancer.  Even more will be diagnosed and treated.  Genetics, nutrition, infection and environmental factors all play in role in the development Read more
  • NOISE PHOBIA'S
    Noise Phobia in Pets A noise phobia is a fear of a sound that results in a pet acting aggressively, injuring themselves or damaging property in attempt to escape the sound. Read more
  • PET FOOD: It shouldn't be this hard!
    Reading Pet Food Labels Reading a pet food label can be confusing – ingredients versus nutritional facts, guaranteed analysis, AAFCO statement. It all looks the same? A pet food label is a Read more
  • CANINE LYMPHOMA-The whole picture
    CANINE LYMPHOMA, also called lymphosarcoma, is one of the most common cancers seen in our canine patients.  Abnormal T or B cell lymphocytes (a type of white blood cell) start Read more
  • Dog Park & Doggie Day Care Safety Tips
    Dog Park & Doggie Daycare Fun Heading to the dog park should be a fun and exciting trip for both you and your pet.  In order to make sure your dog stays happy Read more
  • TICKS BEWARE!
    Ticks. Sure they are creepy and crawly, but more importantly they can cause a number of serious and life threatening diseases in our pets.  It is nearly impossible to prevent your Read more
  • Bloat, gastric dilatation-volvulus, torsion, GDV…
     Bloat, gastric dilatation-volvulus, torsion, GDV… Do these words bring any pictures to mind?  Gastric dilatation-volvulus (GDV) is a common cause of death for several large and giant breed dogs.  If this Read more
  • Yes, your cat can get Heartworms!
    Although seemingly less common than in dogs, cats can become infected with heartworms and develop Heartworm Disease or more commonly Heartworm Associated Respiratory Disease (HARD).  The disease is much different in cats, being Read more
  • Your Pet's Vaccinations
    Vaccinations are an important part of your pet's preventative wellness care. They have dramatically improved the health of our pets by being so effective at preventing disease.  Many pets, regardless of Read more
  • Animal Clinic Suburban Welcome
    Things, they are a changing.  Like most things in life, Animal Clinic Suburban has reached a point where it's time to refresh, renew and modernize.  You will surely notice our new Read more

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