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Pet Care Tips

Our South Salem veterinarians share helpful tips and advice to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.

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Signs Your Dog or Cat Needs an Emergency Vet

Signs Your Dog or Cat Needs an Emergency Vet

Pets, like people, can develop conditions that necessitate immediate medical attention. Our South Salem veterinarians explain when emergency care is required and what to do in those situations.

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How Do You Know if Your Dog Has Been Poisoned?

How Do You Know if Your Dog Has Been Poisoned?

Our South Salem veterinarians understand that dogs enjoy gnawing at things they shouldn't. As a responsible pet owner, you must be able to recognize the early signs of poisoning in your dog and know what to do if your dog exhibits poisoning symptoms.

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Heavy Bleeding on a Dog or Cat That Won't Stop

Heavy Bleeding on a Dog or Cat That Won't Stop

For any pet emergency, you should get to a veterinarian right away. And in some emergency situations, like when your male or female dog or cat is bleeding, you may need to provide some first aid until you can get there for treatment. Here, our South Salem Animal Hospital veterinarians explain. 

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What Fruit Can Dogs Eat?

What Fruit Can Dogs Eat?

Fruit can be a tasty treat for your dog, but not all fruits are safe for them to consume. Today, our South Salem veterinarians discuss which fruits are safe to feed your dog.

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Heartworm Disease in Pets: Tips on Prevention

Heartworm Disease in Pets: Tips on Prevention

Heartworm disease is well-known among dog and other pet owners for a reason—it can cause serious illness. Today, our vets explain why prevention is so important.

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How to Protect Your Pet and Family from Ticks

How to Protect Your Pet and Family from Ticks

Ticks may be small, but they can spread disease to people and animals. Today our South Salem vets talk about how to keep ticks away from your pets and your family.

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Why are fecal exams important for my pet?

Why are fecal exams important for my pet?

Annual fecal exams give your South Salem vet a chance to check your pet for parasites that can cause severe illness and spread to other household members.

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Does my pet have fleas?

Does my pet have fleas?

As the most common external parasite, fleas are masters at making your pet miserable! Our South Salem vets explain early signs of fleas, and what to do if your pet does have fleas.

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South Salem Animal Hospital is accepting new patients! Our experienced vets are passionate about the health of South Salem companion animals. Get in touch today to book your pet's first appointment.

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