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Our veterinarians in Somerset share helpful tips and advice to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.

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Pet Iguanas: Everything You Need To Know

Pet Iguanas: Everything You Need To Know

Ticks can spread a number of serious diseases and are therefore dangerous to people and pets. In this post, our Somerset vets explain how these external parasites thrive, including which signs to beware of, and how to keep ticks away from your pets and your family.  

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When to Visit an Emergency Vet?

When to Visit an Emergency Vet?

Life can be unpredictable, and veterinary emergencies can happen at any time, though it can be challenging to recognize whether your pet needs emergency care or not. Our Somerset vets discuss potential emergency situations and when your pet should visit an emergency vet.

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Treatment For Cushing's Disease in Dogs

Treatment For Cushing's Disease in Dogs

Cushing's disease is a serious condition in dogs that can lead to severe, sometimes life-threatening conditions and illnesses. Our Somerset vets share some crucial information about Cushing's Disease in dogs and what the treatment and prognosis is for dogs with this condition.

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Heatstroke in Cats

Heatstroke in Cats

Just like any animal, there are times when a cat may get too hot, especially during the summer months. Unfortunately, there are times when this can lead to them experiencing heatstroke and can require veterinary care. Our Somerset vets share some information about heatstroke in cats, how it is usually treated and what you can do to protect your feline friend.

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Types of Anemia in Dogs

Types of Anemia in Dogs

While anemia itself is a condition that should be treated as soon as possible, it is important to have your dog examined and diagnosed by a vet in order to determine the underlying cause of this condition. Here, our Somerset vets share the different types of anemia that may affect your dog, the common causes and what can be done to treat this condition.

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How to Take Care of a Kitten: Complete Guide

How to Take Care of a Kitten: Complete Guide

Cats are one of the most popular pets in the US which makes knowing how to properly care for cats and kittens important for pet parents. Today, our Somerset vets provide this useful guide on how to take care of a kitten and other information that may be helpful.

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My Dog Ate Gum: Is That Dangerous?

My Dog Ate Gum: Is That Dangerous?

Dogs are notorious for finding ways of eating and chewing on things that they shouldn't, one thing they made eat that could cause you to worry is gum. Our Somerset vets discuss the dangers of dogs eating things they shouldn't and what to do if your dog ate gum.

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Symptoms of Kidney Failure in Cats

Symptoms of Kidney Failure in Cats

The kidneys are an integral part of your cat's body and how it functions, they are necessary to their survival. Today, our Somerset vets discuss end-stage kidney failure in cats and what the causes, symptoms and management are for this condition.

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Anxiety & Depression in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms & How To Help

Anxiety & Depression in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms & How To Help

Did you know that humans are not alone in experiencing anxiety and depression? Dogs can also experience these emotions. Our Somerset vets talk about anxiety and depression in dogs, what the signs are and how you can help them feel better.

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How to Care for Common Dog Wounds & Injuries

How to Care for Common Dog Wounds & Injuries

While injuries happen and most will be small and easy to care for, but you should make sure that you know how to care for any potential injuries that could happen. Today our Somerset veterinary team offers advice on dog wound care at home and when you should bring your dog to see a vet.

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