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Causes & Treatment for Bladder Stones In Cats

Causes & Treatment for Bladder Stones In Cats

Our Woburn vets often see cats suffering from uncomfortable symptoms related to bladder stones, but how do they develop and how can they be treated? Today we look at the causes, symptoms and treatments for bladder stones in cats.

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What to Do if My Dog Cut His Paw Pad

What to Do if My Dog Cut His Paw Pad

While the pads of your dog's feet are much tougher than the bottom of your feet, they can still get cuts and other injuries. Our Woburn vets and team explain what you can do if your dog has a cut paw.

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What To Expect At Your Puppy's First Vet Visit

What To Expect At Your Puppy's First Vet Visit

Your new puppy is ready to come home with you, you've got all the essentials, and you've booked your new puppy's first vet appointment. Our Woburn veterinarians explain what to expect and what to bring to your first appointment.

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What Is Bordetella In Dogs?

What Is Bordetella In Dogs?

If your dog spends time around other dogs, goes to the groomer or needs to be boarded at a facility while you are away, they will need to be protected from Bordetella. Our Woburn vets are here to tell you all about it.

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Should An Indoor Cat Still Be Vaccinated?

Should An Indoor Cat Still Be Vaccinated?

Our Woburn vets know that it can be tempting to not get vaccinations for indoor cats, but even if your feline friend stays inside there are some good reasons to have your kitty vaccinated. Our vets explain.

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Importance of Parasite Control in Dogs

Importance of Parasite Control in Dogs

External parasites live on your cat or dog's skin and can create a lot of health problems if they are not properly treated. Our Woburn vets are here with some tips to help with parasite prevention for your pets. 

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Important Puppy Vaccination Schedule

Important Puppy Vaccination Schedule

Our team of veterinarians know that repeating appointments to get your puppy vaccinated and have their boosters administered may seem pretty inconvenient, but following your dog's vaccination schedule is incredibly important. Our Woburn team explains.

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Preventing Leptospirosis

Preventing Leptospirosis

Leptospirosis is a zoonotic disease that can impact dogs, farms, and wild animals in addition to people. Our Woburn veterinarians list signs and symptoms of leptospirosis in dogs and what you can do to protect your canine companion.

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Dog Tooth Extractions

Dog Tooth Extractions

If your dog's tooth is broken or decayed beyond the point of repair, an extraction will be necessary to allow your dog's mouth to heal without infection. Here, our Woburn vets explain what you can expect if your dog is getting a tooth removed. 

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What is Gingivitis in Cats?

What is Gingivitis in Cats?

Dental problems in cats can be very painful. As many as 85 percent of cats over the age of three have some form of dental disease, and Gingivitis is the beginning stage of periodontal disease. With sufficient care, this stage is reversible, and our Woburn vets will help you get there.

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