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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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Why doesn't my dog want to eat?

Why doesn't my dog want to eat?

While skipping one meal usually isn't cause for concern, you do want to monitor your dog closely if they aren't eating for a long time. Today, our Clackamas vets share some common reasons for a dog not eating and what to do if your dog won't eat. 

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Is it better to have two dogs?

Is it better to have two dogs?

There could be a handful of benefits to having two dogs in your home for both you and your pup! But there are some factors you have to consider before adding a second dog to your family. Our Clackamas vets explain more.

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Why does my dog eat everything off the ground?

Why does my dog eat everything off the ground?

From toys and grass to feces and roadkill, some dogs will eat anything. If your dog eats things it shouldn't, there may be a good reason to be concerned. Today, our Clackamas vets look at why some dogs keep eating everything and share tips on how to stop this problematic behavior.

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How long does spaying take?

How long does spaying take?

Spaying your female pet is an excellent method for preventing unwelcome litters of kittens or puppies from being in your care. In addition to this, it can help prevent your pet from developing certain types of cancer and prevent unwanted behaviors from occurring. In this post, our Clackamas veterinarians provide additional information regarding the spaying procedure and how long it takes for a dog to recover from spaying.

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Getting Your Dog Fixed

Getting Your Dog Fixed

Having your dog spayed or neutered prevents unwanted litters, but can also help to curb undesirable behaviors and even reduce the risk of certain diseases. Here, our vets share what you need to know about getting your puppy fixed.

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Male Cat Before & After Neutering: Behavior & Recovery

Male Cat Before & After Neutering: Behavior & Recovery

Neutering procedures are a safe and common surgery for male cats that can prevent unwanted litters, protect them from certain health issues, and even help control some undesirable behaviors. Today, our Clackamas vets explain what you can expect before and after neutering your male cat, including behaviors and recovery.

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Intestinal Blockage Surgery for Cats

Intestinal Blockage Surgery for Cats

While your kitty may love to play with items such as ribbons, strings, and rubber bands, there is a chance they may try to eat them, which could cause an intestinal blockage. In this post, our Clackamas vets talk about the signs of an intestinal blockage in cats and the surgery used to treat it.

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C-Sections for Dogs

C-Sections for Dogs

Emergency C-sections can be performed if a dog is in labor, but in some cases, an elective C-section may be recommended if your pooch faces an increased risk of complications. Today, our Clackamas vets look at how to tell if your dog needs a C-section.

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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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