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Our Clackamas veterinarians share helpful tips and advice to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.

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What is parainfluenza in dogs?

What is parainfluenza in dogs?

Canine parainfluenza virus (CPIV) is a highly contagious ribonucleic acid virus that causes respiratory illness in dogs all over the world. Today, our Clackamas vets lay out the symptoms and causes of parainfluenza in dogs and how to treat it.

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Rabies in Cats

Rabies in Cats

Wondering whether getting your cat vaccinated against rabies is worth the hassle? The fact is that in most US states pets must be kept up-to-date on their rabies shots, but equally important is the fact that one day that vaccine could save your pet's life. Our Clackamas vets explain. 

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The Importance of Parasite Control in Dogs

The Importance of Parasite Control in Dogs

Parasites pose a constant threat to your dog, ranging from an annoyance to a life-threatening danger. In this post, our Clackamas vets will discuss some parasites your dog may contract and why it's crucial to prevent infection and practice parasite control.

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Should I get a microchip for my dog?

Should I get a microchip for my dog?

Microchipping your dog can increase the chances that they are found if they get lost. Our Clackamas vets discuss the benefits of getting a microchip for your dog.

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What causes whipworm in dogs?

What causes whipworm in dogs?

Whipworms are a common parasite that makes their home in the large intestine and cecum of dogs, causing irritation and leading to a host of uncomfortable symptoms. Today our Clackamas vets explain more about whipworms in dogs including symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention.

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How to Deal with Leash Aggression in Dogs

How to Deal with Leash Aggression in Dogs

Leash aggression in dogs is a common and often frustrating issue for pet owners. But dogs reacting aggressively while on a leash should be addressed promptly. In this article, our Clackamas vets discuss leash aggression in dogs, including what may be causing it and how you can prevent it. 

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Behavior Problems in Cats & Dogs

Behavior Problems in Cats & Dogs

Behavior problems in dogs and cats can be frustrating for their owners to decode and address. In this post, our vets in Clackamas discuss signs of behavioral issues in pets, the value of early intervention, and how consulting with your vet can help stop problems from becoming worse. 

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Advice on Dog Training

Advice on Dog Training

You're the proud new pet parent of a beautiful young puppy or rescue dog, and now it's up to you to start their training! Today, our Clackamas vets share some key small and big dog training advice to help get you started. 

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How to Give Pets First Aid

How to Give Pets First Aid

Pets tend to be full of energy and not necessarily the best accident avoidance. In this post, our Clackamas vets will discuss first aid for pets, and what to do if your pet ever gets into trouble.

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Tips For Leaving Your Puppy Alone For The First Time

Tips For Leaving Your Puppy Alone For The First Time

You adore your new puppy but at some point, you will need to leave your pup home alone. How do you prepare so that your puppy's first experience at home alone is positive? Here are a few tips from our Clackamas vets.

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