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Bladder Stones in Dogs

Bladder stones can be due to a number of causes. All of these causes lead to excess minerals in the urine followed by irritation to the lining of the bladder. Some dogs may show symptoms before the stones have even formed while others may have many stones before a visible change to their owner. Some of the more dramatic X-rays we have seen over the years are dogs with bladder stones.

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Dog Flea Allgery, Prevention and Treatment.

Dog Fleas are bad enough but when your dog is allergic they are twice the problem. It is very common for dogs and puppies with flea allergy to have secondary infections. Let's face it, they are just plain unhappy.

Here in Orange County the climate is ideal for fleas much of the year. Even when the climate isn't ideal fleas are able to live and multiply. Keep in mind, your house or apartment is ideal for fleas all of the time.

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Periodontal Disease: Pre-Grade 1

Your pet is showing early signs of Periodontal Disease

Periodontal disease is a progressive bacterial infection of the teeth roots and bony structures that cradle the teeth.

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Pet Periodontal Disease: Grade 4

Your pet has been diagnosed with Grade 4 Periodontal Disease (POD)

Periodontal disease is a progressive bacterial infection of the teeth roots and bony structures that cradle the teeth.

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Pet Periodontal Disease: Grade 3

Your pet has been diagnosed with Grade 3 Periodontal Disease (POD)

Periodontal disease is a progressive bacterial infection of the teeth roots and bony structures that cradle the teeth.

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Pet Periodontal Disease: Grade 2

Your pet has been diagnosed with Grade 2 Periodontal Disease (POD)

Periodontal disease is a progressive bacterial infection of the teeth roots and bony structures that cradle the teeth.

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