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Our Hoquiam vets and team share helpful advice on a range of topics to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.

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Common Orthopedic Problems in Dogs

Common Orthopedic Problems in Dogs

You love to watch your dog run around living their best life but unfortunately health issues affecting their bones, joints, tendons, or ligaments can bring that to a halt. Here, our Hoquiam vets share four of the most common of these orthopedic health issues in dogs, what the signs are and how they can be treated.

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What is the Difference Between Pet Insurance & Pet Wellness Plans?

What is the Difference Between Pet Insurance & Pet Wellness Plans?

If you have a pet then you may be concerned about the cost of veterinary visits, whether it is urgent care or routine ongoing vet care. Today, our Hoquiam vets talk about the difference between pet insurance and our pet wellness plans and why you might consider either of these options. 

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Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia in Dogs

Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia in Dogs

If your dog is diagnosed with autoimmune anemia your vet will begin the process of diagnosing and treating the underlying illness that is causing your pup's condition. Autoimmune hemolytic anemia is a sign that your dog is suffering from an underlying health condition that requires immediate attention from our Hoquiam vets.

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13 Best Family Dogs

13 Best Family Dogs

Are considering welcoming a new canine companion into your home and family? In this blog, our Hoquiam vets talk about 13 breeds of dogs that might make a great addition to your family.

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Why Preventive Health Care is Important for Dogs

Why Preventive Health Care is Important for Dogs

Wellness exams and other forms of preventive care are crucial to the long-term health and wellbeing of your dog. In this blog, our Hoquiam vets talk about many forms of preventive care and how they benefit your dog while helping them live long and happy lives.

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Preparing Your Dog for a Blood Test

Preparing Your Dog for a Blood Test

Your vet may recommend that your dog has blood work done in order to help monitor their health or diagnose potential conditions. Today our Hoquiam vets discuss the various reasons that your dog may need blood tests and how to prepare your dog to have blood tests done at our lab.

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How To Choose The Right Pet For You

How To Choose The Right Pet For You

Making the decision to bring a new pet into your life is an exciting time. The challenging part is deciding what type of pet would be right for you and your family. Our Hoquiam vets at Raintree Veterinary Hospital discuss some of the common types of pets and how to choose the right pet for your home. 

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X-Rays and Ultrasound for your Pets

X-Rays and Ultrasound for your Pets

The use of technology in veterinary care has been an important part of diagnosing your pets. One of the most important areas of this technology in diagnostic imaging. Today, our Hoquiam vets discuss what digital x-rays and ultrasound are used for when it comes to your pets and why they are important.

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How can I manage my dog's pain after neutering?

How can I manage my dog's pain after neutering?

Deciding on any type of surgery for your family pet is never an easy decision, some surgeries, however, are beneficial to the lifelong health of your dog. Our Hoquiam vets discuss spaying and neutering your dog, what to expect with the surgery and the lifelong benefits. 

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What age should you spay or neuter your cat?

What age should you spay or neuter your cat?

If you have recently acquired a kitten, you may be wondering if you should get your kitten fixed. Our Hoquiam vets explain why spaying or neutering your cat not only prevents unwanted litters but can help to curb many unwanted behaviors. 

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