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Pet Care Tips

The veterinarians at Oak Grove Animal Hospital are here to share helpful advice and tips with our clients to help keep your pet companions healthy and happy all throughout their lives.

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What Cat Breeds Live The Longest?

What Cat Breeds Live The Longest?

Your new kitty will be a cherished part of your family, so you'll want to choose a breed that stands the best chance of being with you for as long as possible. Here our Oak Grove vets detail a few cat breeds known to live long lives.

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Signs of Periodontal Disease in Dogs

Signs of Periodontal Disease in Dogs

Good oral health plays a vital role in your dog's overall health, yet periodontal disease is common in dogs starting as young as 3 years old. Today our Oak Grove vets explain how to prevent and treat canine periodontal disease.

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A Pet Parent's Guide to Kidney Failure in Cats

A Pet Parent's Guide to Kidney Failure in Cats

Kidney failure, whether chronic or acute, can have devastating effects on your cat's kidneys, related organs and bodily functions. Today, our Oak Grove vets discuss the symptoms of kidney failure in cats, as well as possible causes and how this condition is treated. 

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Pet Dental Care Checklist - Keeping Your Pet's Mouth Healthy

Pet Dental Care Checklist - Keeping Your Pet's Mouth Healthy

You make sure that your pet eats a nutritious diet and gets plenty of exercise, but do you pay attention to the health of their teeth and gums? To help you keep your pet's mouth in tip-top condition follow these tips from our Oak Grove vets.

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Puppy Vaccination Schedule - When To Get Your Puppy's Shots

Puppy Vaccination Schedule - When To Get Your Puppy's Shots

At Oak Grove Animal Hospital our vets understand that repeated appointments for your dog's vaccines can seem inconvenient, but following this vaccination schedule is the best way to help protect your pet's health now and throughout their lifetime.

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Blood in Dog Stool - Is It an Emergency

Blood in Dog Stool - Is It an Emergency

If you walk your dog regularly you spend a lot of time picking up their dog's poop. So, chances are that you have a pretty good idea of what a normal stool looks like for your dog. But what should you do if you notice blood in your dog's stool? Our Oak Grove vets explain.

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Constipation in Cats - What You Need to Know

Constipation in Cats - What You Need to Know

Constipation in cats is often mild enough to treat at home but can quickly go from being an uncomfortable issue to being a serious health concern for your kitty. Below, our Oak Grove vets discuss the signs of constipation in cats, possible causes and how it can be treated.

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Signs of Intestinal Blockages in Dogs

Signs of Intestinal Blockages in Dogs

If your dog has a habit of swallowing things they shouldn't, then intestinal blockages are a real health concern! Blockages can result in devastating health issues and in some cases, major surgery is required to save your dog's life. Our Oak Grove vets explain more...

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Signs of a Pet Emergency & What to Do

Signs of a Pet Emergency & What to Do

Accidents, injuries and sudden illness can strike our pets at any time, so you need to be ready to take action right away. Here, our Oak Grove vets provide a few examples of situations that require emergency care and what you should do if your pet is experiencing a health emergency.

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A Pet-Parent's Guide to C-Sections for Dogs

A Pet-Parent's Guide to C-Sections for Dogs

Many dogs manage to give birth naturally without the need for veterinary intervention, but how do you know if your dog needs a c-section? If your dog is about to give birth here are some tips from our Oak Grove vets to help you spot when a c-section may be necessary.

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Oak Grove Animal Hospital is accepting new patients! Our veterinarians are passionate about animal health and are proud to serve our patients. Contact us today to book your pet's first appointment and to get started.

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