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Choosing the Best Veterinarian For Your Dog

When trying to ensure that man’s best friend is healthy and strong, finding a good dog veterinarian is important. Although pets may be part of the family, sometimes we don’t always know the best way to keep a dog healthy. For example, many people believe that feeding their...
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Pet Neutering in Lexington Kentucky

Introduction to Neutering in Lexington Before examining the case for neutering pets, it is important to ensure that the concepts under discussion are understood. For starters, neutering is sometimes used in lieu of castrating to mean removing both testicles to ensure that a male animal is no longer...
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How to Choose a Lexington Veterinarian

When you are trying to choose a Lexington veterinarian for your treasured pet, you face a decision that is often difficult. If you’ve just moved into Lexington, finding a Lexington veterinarian who is right for your family means starting over with building rapport. There isn’t just one set...
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Ferret Veterinarian in Lexington Kentucky

Your Lexington Ferret Veterinarian If ferrets could talk, caring for them would be much easier. Unfortunately, animals don’t talk and it is up to us to figure out what their needs are. If you have a ferret, most likely she will hide the fact that she is sick...
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Lexington Rabbit Veterinarian

The Importance of Having a Lexington Rabbit Veterinarian This may sound weird and hard to believe but YES — there is a difference between regular veterinarians in Lexington and a Lexington rabbit veterinarian. These are specialized veterinarians who are specifically trained to address medical concerns in regards to rabbits....
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Dog Allergies

Dog Allergies To see if your dog has allergies, look for these symptoms: Ear Scratching Licking/Chewing on feet or body Reddish discoloration between toes or on feet Continually rubbing face on floor, furniture or wall Rash, pimples, bumps or sores on skin Eyes are red or watery Repeated...
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