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Hypothyroidism in Cats - Signs of an Underactive Thyroid

Hypothyroidism in Cats - Signs of an Underactive Thyroid

While the words hyperthyroidism and hypothyroidism look similar, and can cause confusion for concerned pet parents, these conditions in cats are very different. In today's post our Tucson vets explain the symptoms and causes of hypothyroidism in cats.

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Diagnosing & Treating Fungal Infections in Dogs

Diagnosing & Treating Fungal Infections in Dogs

There are a number of fungal infections that can affect your canine companion ranging from localized fungal infections which affect the dog's skin to systematic fungal infections that invade your pup's body affecting their lungs, bones or eyes. Today our Tucson veterinary specialists explain more about fungal infections in dogs.

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Can surgery fix my dog's knee problem?

Can surgery fix my dog's knee problem?

If your dog is experiencing knee pain due to a torn cruciate ligament (ACL), surgery may be the best treatment option. Today our Tucson vets look at 3 surgery options for treating this common knee injury in dogs.

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Dog Vision Problems: Blindness Symptoms & How To Manage

Dog Vision Problems: Blindness Symptoms & How To Manage

Like people, dogs can lose their vision and struggle with the challenges of going blind. Here, our Tucson vets share how to recognize the first signs and what you should do if you suspect blindness.

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Hyperthyroidism in Cats: Symptoms, Diagnosis & Treatment Options

Hyperthyroidism in Cats: Symptoms, Diagnosis & Treatment Options

Hyperthyroidism can become an issue for middle-aged and senior cats. In this post, our Tucson vets explain the disease, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment options.

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Cancer in Dogs - Signs & Symptoms

Cancer in Dogs - Signs & Symptoms

Our Tucson vets understand that discovering an unexplained lump on your dog is bound to be alarming. While not all lumps and bumps are cancer related, dogs do commonly develop a number of different cancers that pet owners should be aware of.

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