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Thyroid Hormone Testing in Dogs

Thyroid Hormone Testing in Dogs

Some dogs may experience conditions that cause issues such as a low thyroid. Today, our Fairhaven vets discuss the effects of a low thyroid in dogs, how they will test for this issue and what the different tests are that can diagnose low thyroid levels in dogs.

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Dog Parvovirus

Dog Parvovirus

Parvovirus infections, while only causing discomfort in vaccinated dogs, can cause serious health complications for puppies and unvaccinated dogs. Below our Fairhaven vets talk about parvovirus in dogs, the dangers of this virus and what you can do to protect your pup.

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Cats & Rabies: What are the signs and symptoms?

Cats & Rabies: What are the signs and symptoms?

While you may not be sure if the rabies vaccine is necessary for your cat, especially if they never go outside, we can assure you this is a condition that you would rather be safe than sorry with. Our Fairhaven vets explain the dangers of the rabies virus and why vaccines are so important for your cat's protection.

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When Is a Dog Considered a Senior?

When Is a Dog Considered a Senior?

As our pets become elderly, cat and dog care needs to change to better suit their needs. Here, our vets at New England Animal Hospital in Fairhaven talk about caring for geriatric dogs, the signs that your dog is getting older, and at what age your dog is actually considered a senior.

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How Old Do Kittens Have to Be to Get Fixed?

How Old Do Kittens Have to Be to Get Fixed?

Kittens typically begin to reproduce at a fairly young age which makes it important to have them spayed or neutered as early as possible. In this post, our Fairhaven vets share some information about preventive reproductive care and talk about how old your kitten has to be to get fixed.

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Kitten Eye Infection

Kitten Eye Infection

While the causes may vary, it is common for some kittens may experience eye infections around the time that they first begin to open their eyes. In this post, our Fairhaven vets share the causes behind these eye infections and how a kitten will be diagnosed and treated for this issue.

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Cat Breeds That Live the Longest

Cat Breeds That Live the Longest

You can generally expect a pet cat to live around 10 to 14 years. That said, there are some breeds that are known to live longer lives than the rest. Today, our Fairhaven vets share a list of cat breeds that live the longest and some interesting information about each of them.

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The Best Dog Food for Senior Dogs

The Best Dog Food for Senior Dogs

Just like us, the nutritional needs of our dogs change as they age including extra support for things like bone and joint health. Today, our Fairhaven vets talk about the needs of geriatric pets and what the best type of food is for senior dogs.

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Does my cat need a friend?

Does my cat need a friend?

Cats are seemingly perfectly content with keeping to themselves, but did you know they actually quite enjoy the company of other people and pets? Here, our Fairhaven vets talk about the signs that your cat needs another cat and how to introduce them to their new friend.

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C-Sections for Dogs

C-Sections for Dogs

While many dogs deliver their puppies without any issues, some may need an elective or emergency C-section to help get all of the new pups out safely. Today, our Fairhaven vets share some information about C-sections for dogs, when they may need one and what to expect.

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