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For tips and advice from our vets on how to keep your pets happy and healthy, please check in on our Perry Animal Hospital blog regularly. 

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Pet Eating Problems: Why won't my cat eat?

Pet Eating Problems: Why won't my cat eat?

When your cat isn't eating or drinking, it can cause any pet parent to worry. With swift action, you can get to the bottom of it and quickly get your kitty back to normal. Today, our Perry vets discuss the different reasons why your cat won't eat and what you should do if they stop eating.

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Dog Chewing Problems: Why They Chew & How To Stop Them

Dog Chewing Problems: Why They Chew & How To Stop Them

Some dogs go through a faze of chewing. This most often happens as a puppy when their first teeth erupt. But what about when they are older? Here, our vets in Perry share some information about dogs with chewing problems and what can be done to deter this behavior.

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Vomiting in Dogs

Vomiting in Dogs

Your dog's upset stomach can have many different causes which can lead to uncomfortable side effects like vomiting and diarrhea. Today, our Perry vets share some reasons why your dog may be vomiting and how you can help manage their symptoms.

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Urinary Tract Infections in Cats

Urinary Tract Infections in Cats

While they are much rarer than urinary tract infections in dogs, cats (senior cats in particular) frequently experience other issues with their urinary tract. Today, our Perry vets list symptoms, causes, and treatments for urinary tract infections and diseases in cats.

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Leptospirosis in Dogs

Leptospirosis in Dogs

The bacteria that cause leptospirosis are transmitted through infected water and soil. This bacteria can lead to an infection accompanied by uncomfortable symptoms. Here, our Perry vets discuss what leptospirosis in dogs is, how it is transmitted, as well as the diagnosis and treatment for this infection.

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Low Red Blood Cells in Cats

Low Red Blood Cells in Cats

Anemia is a condition that occurs when the red blood cell count drastically decreases and they are unable to perform as needed to keep the body functioning properly. Here, our Perry vets talk about hemoglobin, the effect of low red blood cells on your cat's body, and how it can be treated.

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Medical Pet Boarding: What To Expect

Medical Pet Boarding: What To Expect

When your pet is scheduled for a veterinary procedure or if they are recovering from illness or injury, medical boarding may be a good option. Today, our Perry vets share some information about pet care options and how medical pet boarding allows your cat or dog to be monitored through recovery from a procedure or condition, giving you peace of mind.

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Road Trip With Your Dog: Everything You Should Know

Road Trip With Your Dog: Everything You Should Know

While bringing your furry friend with you on the road can be an enjoyable adventure, there are a few things that you should keep in mind to make the journey go smoothly. Here, our Perry vets share some key tips and advice to help your road trip with your dog be a success.

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Canine Babesiosis: Symptoms & Treatment

Canine Babesiosis: Symptoms & Treatment

Babesiosis, also referred to as Babesia infection, is a tick-borne disease that affects dogs across the U.S. Today, our Perry vets share the symptoms and effects of Canine Babesiosis and what the prognosis is for dogs diagnosed with this condition.

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What to Feed a Dog With Kidney Failure

What to Feed a Dog With Kidney Failure

Your dog's kidneys help to filter toxins out of their blood in order to help keep them healthy and their organs functioning properly. But what happens when their kidneys aren't working as they should? Here, our Perry vets discuss kidney failure in dogs and what you should feed them to help manage their condition.

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