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Many people make a list of New Year’s resolutions to start afresh. You set different goals to improve yourself, such as saving more or losing weight. However, a lot of cat and dog parents often overlook their animal companions.
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Have you noticed that your pet is slower than usual? Pets grow old, and they start to show signs of aging, just like humans. You start to notice gray fur on your pets. They start responding less because they are hard of hearing.
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As winter kicks in, it is important to think about your pet’s safety. Pets are vulnerable to hypothermia or low body temperature. They can also get frostbite if exposed to cold weather for long periods.
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Urethral blockages are common in cats, particularly amongst males, and have the potential to be a life-threatening emergency.
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Your pets require regular oral care. Your pet’s teeth get dirty just the same as yours do. The canned and dry food that they feed on leaves fine particles in their mouth. It is recommended that you clean your pet’s teeth regularly, and you have regular oral exams for them.
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At Port Royal Veterinary Hospital in Port Royal, SC, our experienced doctors and staff are proud to offer complete veterinary medicine catered to the specific needs of your pet.