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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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Why Does My Dog Need a Urinalysis?

Why Does My Dog Need a Urinalysis?

If you have a dog then you know that routine care is a part of keeping your pet healthy. This means regular checkups and diagnostic testing in order to ensure their ongoing care. So today, our Hoquiam vets share some information about urinalysis, what they show and why your dog may need to have this diagnostic test performed.

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Understanding Blood Tests for Dogs

Understanding Blood Tests for Dogs

If you are anticipating a surgical procedure for your pet or if they are having other concerning symptoms then your vet will most likely recommend a variety of diagnostic procedures. Our Hoquiam vets discuss diagnostic testing and help you will understanding blood tests for your dog.

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ECG for Dogs & Cats: When it's needed?

ECG for Dogs & Cats: When it's needed?

As a pet parent, you work hard to keep your furry companion healthy, so when they begin to experience symptoms affecting their major organs such as the heart, it can be frightening. Our Hoquiam vets will discuss ECGs for dogs and cats, when it might be needed and what they show your vet.

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Importance of Preventing Parasites in Dogs

Importance of Preventing Parasites in Dogs

Parasites, whether external or internal can cause incredible discomfort for your furry friend and could even be potentially life-threatening. In this post, our Hoquiam vets will discuss what the most common types of parasites are and why preventing parasites in your dog is so important to their health.

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Complete Guide To Puppy Vaccinations

Complete Guide To Puppy Vaccinations

One of the most important steps you can take toward ensuring lifelong health for your dog is by providing preventive care such as vaccines and parasite protection. How do you know what your new puppy will need though? Our Hoquiam vets share the recommended puppy vaccination schedule and why it is important to make sure your dog stays up to date on their shots.

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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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