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Bladder Stones in Dogs: Causes & What to Do

Bladder Stones in Dogs: Causes & What to Do

Bladder stones can result in your dog having problems urinating and may even become life-threatening if they completely obstruct the bladder. In this post, ourNew York vets explain everything you need to know about bladder stones in dogs.

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Whipworm In dogs: Symptoms, Treatment & Prevention

Whipworm In dogs: Symptoms, Treatment & Prevention

Whipworm is very common in dogs but most pet parents don't know what to look for. Our Rivergate Veterinary Clinic vets will explain what whipworm is, its symptoms, treatment, and what can be done to prevent it.

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Cat Shots: Should I get my cat vaccinated?

Cat Shots: Should I get my cat vaccinated?

You may have many questions when it comes to getting your cat vaccinated, but our New York vets can provide insight on why it is important and when to get them.

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Osteoarthritis in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Osteoarthritis in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Osteoarthritis (OA) is a progressive, degenerative condition in dogs that gradually becomes more severe. While no cure has been discovered for this painful condition, your New York vet may be able to successfully manage symptoms to help your dog enjoy a good quality of life as they continue to age. 

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When is a cat considered a senior?

When is a cat considered a senior?

Today our New York vets discuss at what age a cat is considered senior, how to spot signs of aging, and the special care requirements that an aging cat might need.

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Acute Kidney Failure in Dogs

Acute Kidney Failure in Dogs

In this post, our New York vets list signs of acute kidney failure in dogs, and what you should do if your dog suddenly shows signs of kidney failure. 

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My Dog Stops Walking & Won't Move: What to Do

My Dog Stops Walking & Won't Move: What to Do

You and your dog are taking a walk on a beautiful day, but they stop suddenly and won't move. In this post, our vets in New York list some reasons why this may happen and what you can do. 

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Cat Wound Care 101: The Complete Guide

Cat Wound Care 101: The Complete Guide

Cats can sometimes become injured and sustain wounds while exploring their environment. Here, our New York vets list common causes of wounds in cats, how to care for a cat wound, and when to take your beloved kitty to a veterinarian. 

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How Long Does Spaying Take and More

How Long Does Spaying Take and More

Are you wondering about whether or not you should have your pet spayed? What about how long the procedure itself takes? Getting your dog ot cat spayed is considered to be a safe and easy process with a whole host of potential benefits.

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What to Do When Your Cat is Recovering from Surgery

What to Do When Your Cat is Recovering from Surgery

After your cat comes home from surgery, they'll need a little extra tender loving care to help their incision heal without becoming injured, infected or otherwise aggravated. Our vets in New York list some strategies for caring for your kitty as they recover from surgery.

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