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Tularemia in Dogs: Symptoms, Causes & Treatment

Tularemia in Dogs: Symptoms, Causes & Treatment

Tularemia, also known as "rabbit fever," is a bacterial disease which is usually mild in healthy dogs. However, immunocompromised pets may have their lives at risk if they catch this illness. Here, our Northeast Pennsylvania vets will inform you about this disease's symptoms, how your dog might catch it, and how this rare disease is treated. 

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Signs of Dehydration in Dogs & What You Should Do

Signs of Dehydration in Dogs & What You Should Do

Dehydration is a serious and common health emergency in dogs. Dehydration occurs when your pup's body loses more water and electrolytes than it takes in, subsequently causing issues with their internal organs, body temperature, joints, and digestion. In today's post, our Plains emergency vets explain more about dehydration in dogs.

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What Are The Symptoms of Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever in Dogs?

What Are The Symptoms of Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever in Dogs?

Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever is a potentially serious tick-transmitted disease found in dogs across America. Here, our Northeast Veterinary team share some symptoms of this disease in dogs and detail its possible treatments. 

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Heart Disease in Cats: Types, Symptoms and Treatments

Heart Disease in Cats: Types, Symptoms and Treatments

Heart disease is a serious medical condition in cats where an abnormality of the heart is present and, if left untreated, can lead to congestive heart failure. Here, our Plains vets share the types, symptoms and treatments for heart disease in cats.

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Chronic Degenerative Valve Disease in Dogs

Chronic Degenerative Valve Disease in Dogs

Chronic degenerative valve disease is the most common form of heart disease in dogs. Today our Plains vets share information to help you better understand the disease and how to care for your dog.

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Why is my cat panting? Should I take her to the vet?

Why is my cat panting? Should I take her to the vet?

While cats may pant or breath heavily sometimes it is unusual and may be an indication of an underlying health issue. Here are a few of the reasons why your cat may be having difficulties breathing, and when an emergency trip to the vet might be necessary.

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Heartworm Disease in Dogs

Heartworm Disease in Dogs

Heartworm disease is a serious and potentially fatal disease that can affect your dog. It is caused by parasitic worms, spread through the bite of an infected mosquito, that can live in your dogs heart, lungs and blood vessels. Here, our Plains vets share information that you should be aware of to protect your beloved pet.

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What Breed of Dog is Most Likely to get Cancer?

What Breed of Dog is Most Likely to get Cancer?

When it comes to cancer some dog breeds are at a higher risk of developing the disease. Among purebreds there are certain breeds that have predispositions for specific types of cancer. Here, our Plains veterinary oncologist shares a few of the breeds with a higher risk of developing cancer.

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Causes, Symptoms & Treatments for Bladder Cancer in Dogs

Causes, Symptoms & Treatments for Bladder Cancer in Dogs

When it comes to cancer of urinary system in dogs, the bladder is the most common place for tumors to develop. Today our Plains Veterinary Oncologist shares some of the causes and symptoms of bladder cancer in dogs, and how the condition is treated.

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Types, Treatments & Symptoms of Lung Cancer in Dogs

Types, Treatments & Symptoms of Lung Cancer in Dogs

Although lung cancer is rare in dogs, cases are on the rise. At Northeast Veterinary Referral Hospital in Plains, Pennsylvania our oncology team uses advanced diagnostics and treatments to provide the best possible care to pets with cancer. In today's our vets share some of the symptoms and treatments for lung cancer in dogs.

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