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Fungal Skin Infections in Cats

Fungal Skin Infections in Cats

Fungal infections can be dangerous to our feline friends' health. In some cases, your cat's fungal infection may be passed on to you, your family, and other pets in the house. Our Bartlett veterinarians discuss the causes, symptoms, and treatments of fungal infection in cats.

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Dog Skin Problems - Itching & Scratching

Dog Skin Problems - Itching & Scratching

Is your dog itching, scratching or licking relentlessly? It could be dermatitis. Today our Bartlett vets look at the most common causes of itchy, uncomfortable skin in dogs.

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What To Do With Your Dog When You Travel

What To Do With Your Dog When You Travel

Your pet is a cherished member of your family, but it's not always possible to take your dog along when you go on vacation. Today our Bartlett vets offer advice on what to do with your dog while you travel.

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Dog Dental Care - How to Clean Your Dog's Teeth

Dog Dental Care - How to Clean Your Dog's Teeth

Periodontal disease and tooth decay aren't just painful for dogs, they can also negatively impact your dog's overall health. That's dental care should be a part of your dog's routine preventive care. Here our Bartlett vets share tips on how to keep your dog's teeth clean and healthy.

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A Pet Parent's Guide to Dog Depression & Anxiety

A Pet Parent's Guide to Dog Depression & Anxiety

It's not uncommon for our canine companions to experience anxiety and depression from time to time. Here are a few tips from our Bartlett vets that may help to alleviate your dog's anxiety or depression.

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What to do About Cat or Dog Diarrhea & Vomiting

What to do About Cat or Dog Diarrhea & Vomiting

Vomiting and diarrhea are common signs of gastrointestinal upset in cats and dogs, and there are a number of things that can trigger these symptoms. Today, our Bartlett vets explain what you should know, and what to do if your pet is experiencing persistent vomiting or diarrhea. 

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How to Help a Constipated Dog

How to Help a Constipated Dog

Although constipation in dogs may seem like a minor concern it can be a sign of a potentially life-threatening health issue. Our Bartlett vets and team offer advice on what to do if your dog is constipated.

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Labored Breathing in Dogs & Cats - What Does Labored Breathing Look Like?

Labored Breathing in Dogs & Cats - What Does Labored Breathing Look Like?

Many pet parents wonder if their dog or cat's panting means that their pet is experiencing labored breathing. While this can be the case, labored breathing actually means that the pet is struggling to breathe. Our Bartlett vets and team share more about labored breathing in dogs and cats.

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Heatstroke Symptoms in Dogs - The Signs to Watch For

Heatstroke Symptoms in Dogs - The Signs to Watch For

When temperatures rise and the sun comes out heatstroke becomes a very serious health concern for our canine companions. Here our Bartlett vets share the signs of this potentially deadly condition, and what to do if your dog has heatstroke.

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How to Get Rid of a Yeast Infection in Your Dog's Ear

How to Get Rid of a Yeast Infection in Your Dog's Ear

Yeast ear infections can be a real problem for dogs living in hot and humid climates, even for just a few brief summer months, but you may be able to help prevent your dog from developing a yeast ear infection. Our Bartlett vets explain how.

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