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Pet Surgery for Mass Tumor Removal

January 31, 2021

Masses and tumors are enlargements that can occur at any part of your pet’s body. Benign growths stay enclosed in their place of origin and don’t spread. They often cause less concern for pet parents. But this type of mass lesions can still be aggressive and grow to massive proportions.

Importance of Pet Vaccinations

December 31, 2020

Should you have your pet vaccinated? Vaccination is a controversial subject in the pet medicine world. Many experts in animal health and pet owners have divided opinions on whether pet vaccinations cause more harm than good. Are vaccinations really necessary? Rumors and reports of harm are so widespread that many pet owners are skipping shots for preventable pet illnesses. As a result, there has been a worrying increase in pet deaths for diseases that could have been prevented. That said, dodging pet vaccines is not a wise decision, and here is why.

Reasons for Pet Oral Surgery/Tooth Extraction

December 10, 2020

Dental problems are also just as unpleasant for animals as they are for us, so any issues that affect them can be painful and debilitating. While your vet will support you in doing everything possible to preserve your pet’s oral health and teeth for as long as they can, there are some situations where surgery is necessary to achieve this. And in some cases, tooth extraction is the safest and best option. 

Benefits of Spaying and Neutering Pets

November 3, 2020

Below the surface of your adorable pet is an often-overlooked sight. Its anatomy. When you avoid spaying or neutering your animal pal, you will encounter occasional challenges. For example, doggy day-cares will say no to your beloved dog. Some boarding kennels will even refuse to take him or her.

Veterinarian Care for Exotic Animals

September 30, 2020

Some people find small animals more fulfilling to have as pets or companions. After all, they are small and adorable. Yet according to the American Veterinary Medical Association, caring for small, exotic animals is not that easy at all. Your veterinarian cannot use principles of cat or dog healthcare on your exotics. This will only result in inappropriate veterinary medical treatment. If you have a new exotic pet, here’s what you need to know about proper veterinarian care for exotic animals.

Conditions Pet Acupuncture Treats

September 8, 2020

According to the American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture, the ancient practitioners of acupuncture first focused on treating weak livestock such as horses. Once animals were taken in for human companionship, humans accepted acupuncture treatments. Experts say that it was only natural for acupuncturists to extend their practice on pets who don’t feel well. If you are thinking about calling a pet acupuncturist, here’s what you should know about the conditions pet acupuncture treats.

Why Dental Hygiene is Important For Pets

July 15, 2020

Humans are told that visits to the dentist are important for their overall health, but the same also goes for pets. Pet dental is one of the pet services you should visit your veterinary clinic for in Springboro, OH.

Pet Dental Care FAQs

May 20, 2020

If you want your dogs or cats to live long, healthy lives, pay attention to all of their veterinary needs, including pet dental problems. Pets get tooth decay just like people do, and they need their teeth cleaned by a dentist at least once per year. Call The Vet in Springboro, located in Springboro, OH, to schedule pet services, including a dental care appointment for your pet. Find out more surrounding why dental care is key to holistic well-being.

Allergies in Pets

February 28, 2020

Pets can suffer from allergies just like people. The symptoms of allergies are caused by the body viewing the allergen as a danger, which causes the immune system to react. If you suspect your pet has allergies in Springboro, OH, contact The Vet In Springboro.

Why Microchip?

December 2, 2019

Microchipping your pet is one of the easiest ways to protect your pet. If your cat or dog escapes your house or car and runs off, you may never see your pet again. However, if your pets are microchipped, they will have a permanent tie to your contact information. Our veterinarian at The Vet in Springboro can insert a microchip into your pet and help you sign up with a pet registry.

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