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

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Pneumonia in Cats

Pneumonia in Cats

Is your cat experiencing coughing, fever or signs of illness? They may be suffering from pneumonia. Today our Seymour vets discuss the different types of pneumonia in cats, the symptoms they may experience, and what the prognosis may be.

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How to tell if my cat is pregnant?

How to tell if my cat is pregnant?

Have you noticed your female cat is gaining weight and behaving more affectionately? She may be pregnant. Our vets in Seymour share some information about how we diagnose pregnancy in cats and what actions you can take to help your feline friend stay healthy.

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Joint Pain in Dogs

Joint Pain in Dogs

Our Seymour vets often see dogs in their office due to symptoms of joint pain. Although a common reason for joint pain is aging, there are effective treatments available to relieve discomfort in dogs of any age or activity level.

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What To Do If Your Dog Has a Cut Paw Pad

What To Do If Your Dog Has a Cut Paw Pad

While the pads of your dog's paws are much tougher than the bottoms of your feet, they can still suffer from cuts and other injuries. Our Seymour vets and team explain what you should do if your dog has a cut paw pad.

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Best Dogs for a Family

Best Dogs for a Family

Looking for a great dog companion for your kids? Here are 10 great big and small dog breeds for kids that our Seymour vets recommend that you consider for your family. 

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Tips & Advice On Dog Training

Tips & Advice On Dog Training

You're the proud new pet parent of a beautiful young puppy or rescue dog now it's up to you to start their training! Today our Seymour vets share some key dog training tips to help get you started. 

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Dog Chewing Problems: Why They Chew & How To Stop Them

Dog Chewing Problems: Why They Chew & How To Stop Them

When you get a new dog or puppy you likely expect some amount of chewing. But how do you get them to only chew on their own toys? Here, our Seymour vets share some of the common reasons behind chewing and ways that you can get your dog or puppy to stop.

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How often should I take my dog to the vet?

How often should I take my dog to the vet?

Caring for your pup is more than just hugs and cuddles (although we know how wonderful this part can be). It is also the more thorough care that needs to happen such as exams, vaccinations and parasite prevention. Here, our Seymour vets share some information about how often you should take a dog to the vet and what to expect during these visits.

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What causes bladder stones in dogs?

What causes bladder stones in dogs?

Bladder stones can cause urination issues in your dog and can even be fatal if they completely block the bladder. In today's post, our Seymour veterinarians discuss bladder stones in dogs.

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Urinary Tract Infections in Cats

Urinary Tract Infections in Cats

There are a number of other urinary tract conditions that can affect cats, particularly cats that are older or male. Here, our Seymour vets explain more about urinary tract infections and other urinary conditions in cats.

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