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What does it mean if my cat won't eat?

What does it mean if my cat won't eat?

You may be alarmed to find that your cat has suddenly stopped eating. It can be difficult to decide whether your four-legged companion needs to visit an emergency vet clinic. Our Richmond vets share some common reasons why cats stop eating, and how to tell if it’s an emergency situation.

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Vomiting in Dogs

Vomiting in Dogs

Vomiting in dogs is a common symptom of gastrointestinal upset. There are a number of potential causes for this condition. In this post, our Richmond vets share what you should know, and what to do.

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Signs its Time to Visit the Emergency Vet

Signs its Time to Visit the Emergency Vet

It is not always clear whether or not your pet needs emergency care. Today, our Richmond vets share some of the signs that could indicate that it's time to head to the emergency animal hospital.

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How Long Do Puppies Teeth & Other Relevant Questions

How Long Do Puppies Teeth & Other Relevant Questions

An early challenge for new dog owners comes in the form of puppy teething. Our juvenile canine companions oft enjoy chewing on things they really ought not to, from their owner's favorite pair of shoes to the wires that keep everything in your home turned on. Today the Richmond vets at Broad Street Veterinary Hospital are here with tips on how you can help relieve your puppy's pain and get you both through this difficult stage.

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Do dogs need their teeth cleaned?

Do dogs need their teeth cleaned?

Tooth decay and gum disease are as much of a problem for dogs as they are for people. That's why caring for your dog's teeth is an important element of caring for your dog's overall health. In today's post, our Richmond vets explain how to clean a dog's mouth and keep your pup's teeth in tip-top condition.

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Cat Dental Care FAQ

Cat Dental Care FAQ

Oral health issues can be just as painful for our feline friends as they are for us. Despite this, most US cats don't get the dental health support they need, leading to most feline companions suffering from dental disease. Our Richmond vets explain the best dental health practices for keeping your cat's mouth clean and healthy.

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The Importance of Pre-anesthetic Lab Work

The Importance of Pre-anesthetic Lab Work

Wondering what spaying or neutering your dog actually entails, when you should get it done, what to expect from the recovery process and which risks are involved? Our Richmond vets share everything dog owners need to know about reproductive surgery.

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What to do If Your Cat is Jumping or Not Eating After Surgery

What to do If Your Cat is Jumping or Not Eating After Surgery

Today our Richmond vets discuss strategies to care for a cat recovering from surgery, what to do for a cat not eating after surgery, and how to stop a cat from jumping after surgery. We do this because it is important to give special attention to your cat's care after surgery, in order to avoid re-aggravating the injury

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FHO Surgery - Cat Hip Problems & How to Affordably Fix Them

FHO Surgery - Cat Hip Problems & How to Affordably Fix Them

As cats age, the likelihood of health complications related to their hips increases exponentially; FHO surgery is a frequently effective and relatively low-cost surgical option that can treat hip problems in cats.  In today's post, the Richmond vets at Broad Street Veterinary Hospital educate owners on the hip anatomy of cats, the cost of treatment, and what recovery looks like for a cat after FHO surgery

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What is IVDD in Dogs? Answers About Surgery, Cost & Recovery

What is IVDD in Dogs? Answers About Surgery, Cost & Recovery

IVDD (intervertebral disc disease) is one of the most commonly seen neurologic disorders in dogs, leaving terror and heartbreak for afflicted dogs and their owners in its wake; generally, treatment is required early to combat IVDD, so in today's article our Richmond vets discuss IVDD surgery and its costs.

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