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What is diabetes in dogs? How is it treated?

What is diabetes in dogs? How is it treated?

Today our Bartlett vets share some of the most common symptoms of diabetes in dogs, and how the condition is treated.

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ACL Surgery Options for Dogs with Torn Cruciate

ACL Surgery Options for Dogs with Torn Cruciate

If your dog is suffering from a torn cranial cruciate ligament (CCL/ACL) your Bartlett vet may recommend surgery to repair the damage and get your dog up and running again. Here are 3 surgery options for treating this common knee injury in dogs.

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ACL (CCL) Injuries in Dogs

ACL (CCL) Injuries in Dogs

ACL injuries frequently occur in athletes but due to the anatomy of your dog's leg, this injury is also very common in dogs. Here, our Bartlett vets explain the symptoms of ACL (CCL) injuries in dogs, and the treatments available for this painful condition.

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Great Small Breed Dogs for Families

Great Small Breed Dogs for Families

If you're considering bringing a new fur-baby into your family you may be wondering which breed will fit in best with your family's lifestyle. Here are some breeds of small breed dogs that are great for families.

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Dog Training Tips & Advice

Dog Training Tips & Advice

The arrival of your new fur-baby can be both exciting and overwhelming, particularly if it's your first puppy. Here are some tips and advice from our Bartlett vets to help you tackle dog training in a fun, effective and positive way that you and your puppy can enjoy.

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Why won't my dog stop chewing things?

Why won't my dog stop chewing things?

Chewing, in moderation, is a normal and healthy activity for dogs. But, if your dog is chewing things they shouldn't or chewing excessively, it may be a symptom of a different problem. Today, our Bartlett vets explain the causes of destructive chewing, and how to stop it.

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How to tell if your cat is sick: Signs and Symptoms

How to tell if your cat is sick: Signs and Symptoms

Cats can be stoic creatures and often manage to hide their discomfort when they are sick. Our Bartlett vets share some of the signs and symptoms that indicate your feline friend may be feeling under the weather. 

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Pet Sitting vs. Boarding

Pet Sitting vs. Boarding

Our Memphis vets understand that leaving your dog or cat behind when you are heading out of town can be stressful. Should you hire someone to stay at your home and pet-sit, or would your pet be safer and happier at specially designed boarding facility?

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Common Home & Garden Plants Toxic to Cats

Common Home & Garden Plants Toxic to Cats

Knowing which plants in your home and garden are toxic to cats could help to safeguard your feline friend's health in an emergency. Today our Bartlett vets share which plants are toxic for cats, and what to do if you notice your cat nibbling on your houseplants. 

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Grooming Your Dog or Cat: Bathing, Haircutting, Nail Trimming & More

Grooming Your Dog or Cat: Bathing, Haircutting, Nail Trimming & More

Grooming is an essential element of pet ownership. Whether you have a cat or a dog, grooming promotes good health and helps to form a bond between you and your animal. Here are a few grooming basics from our Bartlett vets at Hillcrest Animal Hospital.

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