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Parvo Virus - Puppy Enemy #1
Parvo (parvo virus infection) is a highly contagious disease of dogs that is caused by a virus. It is extremely serious in puppies less than 1 year of age, but can affect dogs of all ages, with fatalities running as high as 90% if not treated. [...]

Snakes in the Southwest
We have more than our share of obnoxious creatures here in the desert: scorpions, black widow spiders, tarantulas, Gila monsters, mountain lions, and coyotes, to name a few. But by far the most common and potentially deadly is the rattlesnake! [...]

Internal Skeletal Fixation
Internal skeletal fixation (ISF) is one type of orthopedics in which we use various pins, plates, screws, and wire combinations to align and stabilize fractures bones. All implants are surgical grade stainless steel. Implant placement is done surgically, [...]

Canine Vaccinations
What are all these letters and vaccinations about anyway? DA2PPLCL... and on and on - what is my dog getting? Do they need these vaccinations? Read on, and we'll talk about all those letters. [...]

How to housebreak your Puppy
Follow these guidelines to make housebreaking as easy as possible for your pet. Start at the ideal age. Generally, start consistent habits as soon as the puppy is adopted. However, the ideal age to begin learning is at 7 1/2 to 8 1/2 weeks. At athis age you can teach the puppy where to eliminate [...]

Heartworm Disease in Pets
Heartworm disease is a serious and potentially fatal disease in dogs (and cats also), caused by a worm called Dirofilaria immitis These worms are found in the chambers of the heart and adjacent blood vessels of infected dogs and cats. Heartworms range in size from 3 to 14 inches long. [...]

Canine Hip Dysplasia
Canine Hip Dysplasia (CHD) is a developmental disease of the hip joint in dogs. Although found in all breeds and even mixed breeds, it is more common in larger, well-fed, faster growing breeds. Some of the popular breeds most commonly affected include German Shepherds, Labrador Retrievers, [...]

Nutrition - what should I feed my pet?
Are all pet foods created equal? Absolutely not! There is an old saying you are all familiar with - you get what you pay for! This is especially true with pet foods. As a general rule of thumb, the higher price the food is per pound, the higher quality are the ingredients, and the better the food is for your pet.[...]

Arthritis & Pain Relief for our Pets
As technology and the quality of veterinary medicine improves, many pets are living to older ages. This has created a new problem of pain control for arthritis - just as in many of us (including me!) What can we safely give to our friends to improve their comfort and quality of life? [...]

Puppy Care - Love your puppy? - Take good care!
1. Vaccinations are the most important consideration with a young pup! Since most serious diseases like distemper and parvovirus affect the young, timely vaccinations are essential for their wellbeing (not to mention saving the cost of expensive treatments)! Vaccinations must start at 5-6 weeks of age [...]


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