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Why Doggy Day Camp Is Good for Your Canine 07/07/20 - 2:30 pm

Do you wish you could spend all day with your dog, playing and interacting? While this scenario is not practical for most dog owners, there…

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August Is Itchy Pet Awareness Month 08/08/19 - 11:00 am

Did you know? Itching is the number one reason for veterinary visits by dogs.

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The Shocking Dangers Of Heatstroke 07/18/19 - 12:03 pm

Summer is here – As you get ready to enjoy the warm weather during outdoor activities and road trips with your pup.

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Preparing Your Pet for the Holidays 12/13/18 - 11:01 am

The holidays are right around the corner. Keep your pet safe and be sure to keep them away from these foods

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Link Between Diet And Heart Disease In Dogs 09/21/18 - 12:02 pm

The team at Plymouth Heights Pet Hospital would like to highlight recent findings reported in the news that there is a link between certain diets and heart disease in dogs. These reports are based on a warning issued by the FDA.

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August 15th Is Check The Chip Day! 08/01/18 - 11:04 am

What is 'Check The Chip Day' you ask? August 15th is a day to raise awareness with pet owners to register and update their pet's microchip.

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10 Facts About Senior Pets 08/01/18 - 11:04 am

Thanks to research and improvements in veterinary care, pets are living longer than they used to. In honor of these seniors, we’d like to share some interesting facts and information about our elderly four-legged companions.

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Periodontal Disease 08/01/18 - 12:04 pm

Preventative dental care helps protect your pet and catch problems before they become more serious.

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Fractured Teeth 08/01/18 - 11:03 am

Fractured teeth are very common in dogs and cats. Chewing on hard toys, sticks, cages etc cause damage to the teeth.

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Excess, Rotated & Overcrowded Teeth 08/01/18 - 7:19 am

Puppies normally have twenty-eight deciduous or baby teeth and forty-two adult or permanent teeth. Dogs have four types of teeth – incisors, canine teeth, premolars, and molars.