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Our veterinarians in Palmyra share valuable tips and advice to help you keep your pets healthy and happy. 

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Can Cats Have Asthma

Can Cats Have Asthma

Asthma in cats is often an allergic reaction to inhaled allergens and affects approximately 1-5% of cats. Do you think your cat may be having an asthma attack? Our Palmyra vets share some of the most common symptoms of this condition, and how it can be treated. 

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Hyperthyroidism in Dogs - Signs & Symptoms

Hyperthyroidism in Dogs - Signs & Symptoms

Hyperthyroidism is a serious condition in dogs which develops if your pup's thyroid produces too much hormone. In today's post, our Palmyra vets explain more about the causes of hyperthyroidism in dogs and how it can be treated.

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How to Raise a Puppy: Guide for the First Year

How to Raise a Puppy: Guide for the First Year

Puppies make adorable additions to the family, but do require specific love and care. Today, our Palmyra vets discuss what you should know about raising a puppy, especially in their critical first year.

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Common Signs of Heart Disease in Dogs

Common Signs of Heart Disease in Dogs

Heart disease is a common internal medical condition in dogs so pet parents need to be able to spot the signs early, and get the treatment their four-legged friend needs fast. Below, our Palmyra vets discuss common signs of heart disease in dogs.

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Cat Wound Care & How to Speed Up Recovery Process

Cat Wound Care & How to Speed Up Recovery Process

Cats can sometimes become injured and sustain wounds while exploring their environment. Here, our Palmyra vets list common causes of wounds in cats, how to care for a cat wound, and when to take your beloved kitty to a veterinarian. 

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My Dog Ate Gum? Is That Dangerous?

My Dog Ate Gum? Is That Dangerous?

If you are concerned because your dog has swallowed gum and do not know if it's dangerous for them then this article will provide you will all the information you need to know and when to bring your dog to the Palmyra Animal Clinic vets.

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Why We Use Hydrotherapy For Rehabilitation

Why We Use Hydrotherapy For Rehabilitation

If your pet needs low-impact exercise or is recovering from an injury or surgery, hydrotherapy (aquatic therapy) may be the ideal way for your pet to have fun while working out. Today our Palmyra vets explain why we use hydrotherapy for rehabilitation.

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How to help a Dog or Cat With Allergic Dermatitis

How to help a Dog or Cat With Allergic Dermatitis

Unlike humans who sneeze when they have allergies, cats and dogs develop allergic dermatitis and become very itchy. Our Palmyra vets will discuss allergic dermatitis, its symptoms, and how to treat it.

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Best Pet Birds for Beginners

Best Pet Birds for Beginners

Considering getting a feathered friend as a pet? There are many things you're probably considering including size and species. Here are a few suggestions from our Palmyra vets.

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Cataract Surgery for Dogs - What to Expect

Cataract Surgery for Dogs - What to Expect

Cataracts are a relatively common eye condition in people in dogs that can result in blurred vision and eventual blindness, but surgery can help to restore sight in many cases. Today our Palmyra vets share a little about cataract surgery for dogs, and what you can expect if your dog has cataract surgery.

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