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Common Gardening Items That are Toxic for Your Pets

Common Gardening Items That are Toxic for Your Pets

As the spring thaw begins, you may be excited to grab your gardening gloves and watering can. But before you bring your pet to keep you company in the garden, beware of some of the most common pet toxins that may be lurking in the yard.   Pesticides and...

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What Should I Do if My Pet Eats a Toxin?

What Should I Do if My Pet Eats a Toxin?

This month is National Pet Poison Prevention Month, and we want to help keep your furry friend safe! Our team here at Madera Animal Hospital has created this list of step-by-step instructions on what to do in case your furry pal comes into contact with a potentially...

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Everything You Need to Know About Hairballs

Everything You Need to Know About Hairballs

A regular part of cat ownership involves coming across furry, slimy tubes, otherwise known as hairballs. Depending on your cat’s hair coat length, you may encounter hairballs with such regular frequency that you become worried about your feline friend’s health. Our...

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At-Home Dental Care Options for Pets

At-Home Dental Care Options for Pets

Does your furry friend get stressed out when you bring out the toothbrush? No matter how slowly you tried to introduce flavored toothpaste and a variety of brushes, your furry pal was not a fan. But, you have other options. If toothbrushing seems out of reach for your...

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What Happens During My Pet’s Spay?

What Happens During My Pet’s Spay?

Although you know you should spay your female pet to prevent a host of medical and behavior issues, as well as unwanted puppies, you may not know what exactly happens during a spay surgery. Since World Spay Day—February 23—is approaching, let’s explain the procedure,...

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Signs Your Pet Is In Pain

Signs Your Pet Is In Pain

Animals are experts at hiding when they are in pain and can often suffer for weeks, months, or even years without complaint. To help pet owners identify pain in their beloved companions, the International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management (IVAPM) has proclaimed...

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What is Cognitive Dysfunction in Pets?

What is Cognitive Dysfunction in Pets?

As pets enter their golden years, they can suffer from impaired mental function. This can look similar to elderly people with Alzheimer’s or dementia. Many of the signs associated with cognitive dysfunction in pets are chalked up to old age. However, with careful...

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Benefits of Microchips

Benefits of Microchips

With Check the Chip Day coming up on August 15, now's the perfect time to check if your pet is microchipped and that the contact information is up-to-date! Many pets are reunited with their owners every year thanks to their microchips. Our team here at Madera Animal...

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How to Safely Groom Your Pet This Summer

How to Safely Groom Your Pet This Summer

Grooming is such an important part of making sure that your pet looks and feels their best! Grooming not only helps to maintain their furry coat but also keeps their skin healthy. We have put together some tips for how you can safely care for your pet's coat during...

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Madera, CA 93638
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