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

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Joint Pain in Dogs - Signs, Causes & Treatment

Joint Pain in Dogs - Signs, Causes & Treatment

Because dogs are generally active, joint issues can occur easily. This is especially true for older or larger breed dogs. Here, our Nashua vets share some information about joint pain in dogs, the signs to watch for and when you should seek veterinary care.

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Kitten's First Vet Visit: What to Expect

Kitten's First Vet Visit: What to Expect

Veterinary checkups are a vital part of caring for your new furry friend. But what can you expect during their first appointment? Here, our vets in Nashua share the ins and outs of your kitten's first vet visit, including what to bring, questions to ask and when to bring them in.

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Nutrition & Diet for Dogs: How it Affects Skin Health

Nutrition & Diet for Dogs: How it Affects Skin Health

Many of us have heard the saying 'you are what you eat', and this extends to our canine companions as well. Here, our Nashua vets discuss dogs with poor diets, how the foods they eat affect their skin and fur and what you can do if you see the signs of nutritional deficiencies.

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Can acupuncture help my pet feel better?

Can acupuncture help my pet feel better?

Acupuncture has been used to address pain and other issues affecting people for centuries. In more recent years, it has also become a common therapy for treating cats and dogs. Here, our Nashua vets discuss the benefits of acupuncture for pets, what it can be used to help treat and what to expect during an appointment.

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5 Health Benefits of Acupuncture for Dogs

5 Health Benefits of Acupuncture for Dogs

While traditional medicine serves its purpose and cannot be replaced, therapeutics like acupuncture can be a great addition to your pet's treatment plan. Here, our Nashua vets talk about the purpose of acupuncture (acupressure), if there are any side effects and offer 5 health benefits of acupuncture for dogs.

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Treatment for Allergic Dermatitis in Dogs

Treatment for Allergic Dermatitis in Dogs

Skin conditions are a common occurrence for many dogs and allergies are one of the many possible causes. Here, our vets in Nashua talk about the different types of allergies that can affect your dog's skin and the treatment options for allergic dermatitis.

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Signs of Pain in Cats & What Can Help

Signs of Pain in Cats & What Can Help

Cats will go to great lengths to hide any discomfort they may be experiencing. The good thing about being their owner is that no one knows them better than you. Our vets in Nashua talk about the signs of pain in cats, what can be done to help them feel more comfortable and when it might be a veterinary emergency.

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How often should I take my dog to the vet?

How often should I take my dog to the vet?

Routine care is an important part of responsible pet ownership. Your canine companion will need regular exams and preventive care to help keep them safe and healthy. Today, our Nashua vets talk about routine wellness exams and how often you should take your dog to the vet for a checkup.

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Common Causes of Diarrhea in Dogs & How to Stop it

Common Causes of Diarrhea in Dogs & How to Stop it

Diarrhea is not only uncomfortable for you as a pet parent, to deal with, but it is uncomfortable for your furry friend as well. Our Nashua vets talk about what causes diarrhea in dogs, how to treat diarrhea in dogs, and when it may be considered a veterinary emergency.

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Ultrasound for Pets

Ultrasound for Pets

If your vet is concerned that there may be an issue with your pet's internal structures or functions, they may recommend a veterinary ultrasound. Our Nashua pet vets explain how ultrasounds are performed on cats and dogs in our in-house veterinary diagnostic lab. 

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