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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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Can a Vaccinated Dog Get Rabies?

Can a Vaccinated Dog Get Rabies?

Although they do help reduce the odds of your dog contracting rabies, it is still possible for your dog to become infected even while vaccinated. Today, the vets from Perry talk about rabies, why it's important to have your dog vaccinated and what to do if you suspect your dog might have contracted the virus. 

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How Often Do You Take a Dog to the Vet?

How Often Do You Take a Dog to the Vet?

One of the most important things that you can do to help your pet live a long and healthy life is by ensuring they receive routine preventive care. Our Perry vets discuss routine preventive care exams and how often you should take your dog to the vet.

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Ear Mites in Cats: Causes, Treatment & Prevention

Ear Mites in Cats: Causes, Treatment & Prevention

While they are a common external parasite, ear mites are highly contagious. They can severely irritate both ears and skin in cats and dogs and lead to infections that cause excessive itching, scratching and eventual health issues. They are more common in cats than dogs and are fairly easy to treat. Here, our Perry vets list symptoms, causes and treatments for ear mites in cats. 

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Limping in Cats: Possible Causes & What to Do

Limping in Cats: Possible Causes & What to Do

Cats are typically nimble creatures but accidents or illness can lead to discomfort and limping. Here our Perry vets share a few reasons why your cat might be limping, and when you should take your cat to the vet.

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Vaccine Reactions in Dogs

Vaccine Reactions in Dogs

While there is a risk of potential reactions when it comes to vaccinating your dog, the benefit of lifelong protection against serious diseases far outweighs that risk. Our Perry vets discuss dog vaccinations as well as the potential risks and symptoms associated with vaccine reactions. 

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Puppy Vaccination Schedule

Puppy Vaccination Schedule

Preventive care including routine vaccinations is the best way to provide your new pup with the protection they need. Our Perry vets talk about why vaccines are important and what the vaccine schedule might look like. 

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Cat Vaccination Schedule

Cat Vaccination Schedule

Although it may not seem important, vaccinating your cat, whether indoor or outdoor is crucial. Our Perry vets explain the importance of vaccines and keeping your cat on a vaccination schedule. 

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How to Help Your Dog After Surgery

How to Help Your Dog After Surgery

You can play an important role in ensuring that your dog recovers completely after surgery. To return to their daily routine as soon as possible, they must receive attentive, diligent post-operative care. Our Perry veterinarians are going to talk about how to care for your dog after surgery today.

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Entropion Eye Surgery for Dogs: What to Expect from Dog Entropion Surgery

Entropion Eye Surgery for Dogs: What to Expect from Dog Entropion Surgery

If your puppy has entropion, his or her eyelids will roll inward, causing irritation and pain. This condition is common among many breeds and can lead to other eye issues. For more information about this common eye condition in dogs, including symptoms and treatment options, please visit our Perry veterinarians today.

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Benefits of a Spayed or Neutered Dog

Benefits of a Spayed or Neutered Dog

Having a dog spayed or neutered prevents an unwanted litter, but it can also help to stop bad behavior and even cut down on the risk of certain diseases. What do you need to know about getting your puppy fixed? Our Perry vets are here to help you out.

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Perry Animal Hospital is accepting new patients to our clinic! Our kind and knowledgeable vets are passionate about the care of Perry dogs and cats. Contact us today to book your pet's first appointment.

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