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Best Dog for Kids - Breeds for Parents to Consider

Best Dog for Kids - Breeds for Parents to Consider

Looking for a great dog companion for your kids? Here are 8 great breeds that our Berkeley vets recommend that you consider for your family.

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Is it safe for my dog to eat fruit?

Is it safe for my dog to eat fruit?

Many dogs enjoy eating fruit, but not all fruits are suitable for your pooch to eat. In today's post, our Berkeley veterinary team shares more about which fruits are safe to feed your four-legged friend.

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What To Do If Your Dog Has a Cut Paw

What To Do If Your Dog Has a Cut Paw

While the pads of your dog's feet are much tougher than the bottoms of your feet, they can still suffer from cuts and other injuries. Our Berkeley emergency vets and team explain what you should do if your dog has a cut paw.

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Essential Facts About Parvovirus in Dogs

Essential Facts About Parvovirus in Dogs

Parvovirus is a life-threatening condition that is highly contagious between dogs or through contact with contaminated items including toys and bowls. Today, our Berkeley veterinary team shares some facts about parvovirus that all dog parents should know.

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Cat Vaccinations & The Conditions They Protect Against

Cat Vaccinations & The Conditions They Protect Against

Are you wondering whether it's really worth the money and hassle to get your cat vaccinated? Our Berkeley vets explain why cat vaccinations are important and what they protect your cat against.

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Cat Intestinal Blockage Surgery - Cost & Recovery

Cat Intestinal Blockage Surgery - Cost & Recovery

Surgery to remove objects such as strings and ribbons from the intestinal tract of cats is surprisingly common. Our Berkeley vets explain more about intestinal blockage surgery for cats including cost and recovery.

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Why is my dog limping?

Why is my dog limping?

If your dog is limping you are bound to be wondering whether a trip to the vet is in order. Today our Berkeley vets share some of the reasons why dogs limp, and what to do if your dog is limping.

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Surgery for Hip Dysplasia in Dogs

Surgery for Hip Dysplasia in Dogs

Hip dysplasia is a painful orthopedic condition that affects a dog's hips. Often hereditary, this condition is characterized by the abnormal formation of one or both of your dog's hips. Today, our Berkeley Dog & Cat Hospital vets explain hip dysplasia and the surgical treatments available to treat the condition. 

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Labored Breathing in Dogs & Cats

Labored Breathing in Dogs & Cats

Your dog or cat may be panting but that doesn't necessarily mean that their breathing is labored. Labored breathing actually means that your pet is struggling to breathe. Below our Berkeley vets explain what labored breathing in dogs and cats is and what to do if your pet is having difficulties breathing.

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Epilepsy in Dogs - Idiopathic Epilepsy Treatments and Symptoms

Epilepsy in Dogs - Idiopathic Epilepsy Treatments and Symptoms

In today's blog, the vets at Berkeley Dog & Cat Hospital answer questions about symptoms and treatments for idiopathic epilepsy in dogs.  A seizure can be a terrifying moment for a pet owner, especially if they are unprepared, so read on to learn the signs of epilepsy in dogs and what you can do to help your canine companion. 

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