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What You Should Know About Dog Grooming

What You Should Know About Dog Grooming

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 All Creatures Veterinary Hospital vets.

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Why is My Dog Constipated & What to Do

Why is My Dog Constipated & What to Do

Our veterinary team at All Creatures Veterinary Hospital often sees dogs with constipation, which is a digestive issue that could potentially be life-threatening. Here, our New Iberia vets discuss the causes of dog constipation and why it's essential to have it treated early.

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Bordetella in Cats

Bordetella in Cats

Bordetella bronchiseptica in cats is a bacterium that can cause an upper respiratory illness. It is mostly a concern in environments where cats are maintained in large groupings, such as rescue shelters and some breeding houses. Antibiotics may successfully cure infections, and an effective vaccination is available in many areas. Today, our New Iberia vets discuss cat bordetella and what you can do to spot and stop it.

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Vaccine Reactions in Dogs: Everything You Should Know

Vaccine Reactions in Dogs: Everything You Should Know

All veterinary procedures come with some level of risk, even pet vaccinations. Most of the time the benefits of giving your cat or dog vaccinations are worth the very small risk. In this post, our New Iberia vets discuss the possible side effects of vaccines and what you should do if your pet experiences one.

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What is Whipworm in dogs? Causes, Treatment & Prevention

What is Whipworm in dogs? Causes, Treatment & Prevention

Whipworms are one of the 3 most common worms in your dog. They can cause your dog a lot of pain so it is important to know what they are, the causes, and the treatment. Our New Iberia vets will let you know everything you need to know about whipworm.

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Are Pet Wellness Plans Worth It For Routine Care?

Are Pet Wellness Plans Worth It For Routine Care?

Are you considering purchasing a wellness plan for your pet but you want to know if it is worth it, and what it covers? Our New Iberia vets will discuss wellness plans and why they are beneficial for your pet.

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Difficulty Breathing in Cats & Dogs

Difficulty Breathing in Cats & Dogs

Your dog or cat may be panting but that doesn't necessarily mean that their breathing is labored. Difficulty breathing means that your pet is struggling to breathe. Below are New Iberia vets explaining what labored breathing in dogs and cats is and what to do if your pet is having difficulties breathing.

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Entropion Surgery and Treatment for Dogs

Entropion Surgery and Treatment for Dogs

Entropion is a condition seen in many breeds where the pup's eyelids roll inwards causing irritation, pain, and other eye problems. Today our New Iberia vets share more about this common eye condition in dogs including symptoms and treatment.

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How To Care For A Pet Lizard

How To Care For A Pet Lizard

If you are thinking about getting a pet but the traditional furry pets aren't right for you then you might find an interest in reptiles. Today, our New Iberia exotic animal vets talk about how to care for a pet lizard and potential health concerns to keep in mind.

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Common Dental Problems In Cats

Common Dental Problems In Cats

Dental problems can be painful to your cat in addition to leading to other health issues. Today, our New Iberia veterinary team shares tips on spotting dental health problems in your cat, what the most common dental diseases are in cats, and how these issues can be prevented or treated.

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