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Understanding Reverse Sneeze in Dogs

Understanding Reverse Sneeze in Dogs

Your dog suddenly stops, extends their neck, and produces a loud snorting sound. There is a good chance that you have just witnessed a reverse sneeze, and while it may be somewhat alarming it is common in small dogs. Our Berkeley vets explain paroxysmal respiration.

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How to Recognize a Pet Emergency

How to Recognize a Pet Emergency

Our Berkeley vets know that it isn't always obvious when your pet experiencing a veterinary emergency. Below are just a few signs that indicate that it's time to take your dog or cat to the emergency vet. 

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How to Get Rid of Tapeworms in Dogs

How to Get Rid of Tapeworms in Dogs

It's certainly not a pleasant topic, but tapeworms are a common parasite in dogs that are easily treated. Today our Berkeley vets discuss tapeworms in dogs - including the common symptoms and treatments.

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Chronic Hepatitis in Dogs - Symptoms & Treatment

Chronic Hepatitis in Dogs - Symptoms & Treatment

If your dog experiences symptoms related to an inflamed liver for more than six weeks, chronic hepatitis could be the cause. Here, our Berkeley vets share some of the causes and symptoms of canine chronic hepatitis.

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Causes of Seizures in Dogs & What to Do

Causes of Seizures in Dogs & What to Do

It can be distressing to watch your dog have a seizure. Why is your dog having a seizure and what should you do? Below our Berkeley vets share some facts about seizures in dogs.

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Anal Sac Disease in Dogs

Anal Sac Disease in Dogs

Is your dog 'scooting' or having difficulties passing stool? Anal sac disease could be the problem. In today's post, our Berkeley vets explain the causes, symptoms and treatments for this uncomfortable condition in dogs.

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Why Dogs Eat Grass - Should You Be Concerned?

Why Dogs Eat Grass - Should You Be Concerned?

Most dogs will nibble on grass now and again, but some dogs seem to munch on grass relentlessly. So, why do dogs eat grass, and should you be concerned? Our Berkeley vets share some reasons why dogs might eat grass and what you should do.

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Symptoms of Chocolate Poisoning in Dogs

Symptoms of Chocolate Poisoning in Dogs

Pet parents should avoid feeding candy to their dogs in general, but chocolate is a particular concern since eating chocolate can be deadly for dogs if consumed in the right quantities. Today, our Berkeley vets explain the symptoms and treatments for chocolate poisoning in dogs. 

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Dog Diarrhea - Causes and How to Stop It

Dog Diarrhea - Causes and How to Stop It

As a pet parent, few symptoms are more distressing or harder to deal with than diarrhea in dogs. Below, our Berkeley vets share some causes of diarrhea, what to do if your dog's stool is bloody, and when it's time to call your vet.

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What Lab Tests Can Tell You About Your Cat's Health

What Lab Tests Can Tell You About Your Cat's Health

Your vet has recommended lab tests for your cat, but what are they and what do they check for? Today, our Berkeley vets explain some common lab tests used for cats and what you can learn from them about your cat’s health. 

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