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Heart Failure in Cats: Signs & Symptoms

Heart Failure in Cats: Signs & Symptoms

Heart failure is a condition that occurs when the heart is unable to pump properly impacting the flow of blood throughout the body. Today, our Springfield vets talk about the types of heart failure in cats, the signs and symptoms to watch for, and what the expected outcome may be.

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DCM in Dogs

DCM in Dogs

DCM, or dilated cardiomyopathy, is a serious condition that can affect pets resulting in serious symptoms and can be fatal. Here, our Springfield vets talk about DCM in dogs, the causes and symptoms, and what can be done to manage the condition and improve your dog's quality of life.

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Pet Eating Problems - Why Won't My Cat Eat?

Pet Eating Problems - Why Won't My Cat Eat?

Maybe your cat is just eating less than usual or they've stopped eating entirely. Either way, this can be concerning for any pet parent. Today, our Springfield vets share some of the common culprits behind a decreased appetite and what to do when your cat won't eat.

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Signs and Symptoms of Heat Stroke in Dogs

Signs and Symptoms of Heat Stroke in Dogs

When the temperature increases, so does the risk of heatstroke. This dangerous condition can affect both people and pets and it's important to take preventive measures. Here, our Springfield vets talk about the causes of heat stroke in dogs, the signs and symptoms to watch for and what you can do to prevent it.

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Best Small Dogs For Apartment Living

Best Small Dogs For Apartment Living

If you love the idea of dog ownership but are concerned that your apartment may not provide adequate room, don't fret, there are dog breeds that would find your smaller space comfortable. Here, our Springfield veterinary team shares the top five choices for small dog breeds that are suitable for apartment living.

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Congestive Heart Failure in Dogs

Congestive Heart Failure in Dogs

Sometimes our furry friends experience conditions that require a little bit of extra care such as heart-related concerns. Today, our vet specialists in Springfield discuss congestive heart failure in dogs, what the common causes of this disease are and what the life expectancy is for dogs with this condition.

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Heart Murmur in Cats

Heart Murmur in Cats

Knowing the signs of a heart murmur can help you get your cat to the vet as early as possible for diagnosis and treatment. Here, our Springfield vets share the signs and stages of heart murmurs in cats and the possible treatment options.

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Joint Pain in Dogs - Signs, Causes & Treatment

Joint Pain in Dogs - Signs, Causes & Treatment

Joint issues can affect any dog or any breed, age or size. Even so, there are certain factors that can help contribute to its development. Here, our Springfield vets share the different types of joint pain in dogs and the symptoms and treatment options to help get your pup moving around comfortably again.

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What to Know About Cancer in Cats

What to Know About Cancer in Cats

Early diagnosis and treatment are crucial for the treatment of cancer in our feline friends. This makes it important to know the typical signs that accompany this type of condition so you can contact your vet. Here, our vets in Springfield share some useful information about cancer in cats including the signs and different types.

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Signs of Pain or Discomfort in Cats & What to Do

Signs of Pain or Discomfort in Cats & What to Do

If a cat is in pain you may not even become aware until it has become a serious issue. This is because our feline friends are hardwired to hide any signs of weakness including pain and illness. Here, our Springfield vet specialists share the signs that your cat may be in pain and when it may be a good idea to seek veterinary care.

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