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Here in our Grants Pass Pet Health Blog, our veterinarians & team share informative tips and advice to help you keep your pets looking and feeling the very best.

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Why Should I Get My Indoor Cat Vaccinated?

Why Should I Get My Indoor Cat Vaccinated?

At Lincoln Road Veterinary Clinic we understand how it can be tempting to skip your indoor cat's vaccinations, however, even if your kitty spends most of their time inside you should still get them vaccinated. Here, our Grants Pass vets share some important reasons why you should vaccinate your indoor cat.

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Excessive Panting in Dogs - Causes & When To Be Concerned

Excessive Panting in Dogs - Causes & When To Be Concerned

Your dog isn't running or playing, yet you observe them panting heavily. Why is this happening? Today, our Grants Pass vets will discuss the reasons for excessive panting in dogs and when to be concerned.

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When is a dog considered a senior?

When is a dog considered a senior?

At what age is a dog considered a senior? How can an attentive dog parent spot signs of aging, and what special care needs does your aging dog have? Our Grants Pass vets answer these questions in today's post. 

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Cataract Surgery for Dogs

Cataract Surgery for Dogs

Cataracts affect your dog's vision by obstructing the passage of light to the retina, causing blurred eyesight and, over time, leading to blindness. In this article, veterinarians in Grants Pass discuss the factors behind cataracts in dogs and the surgical options for treatment.

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High Blood Pressure in Dogs

High Blood Pressure in Dogs

Did you know that dogs, like people, can suffer from high blood pressure? In fact, some breeds have a genetically increased risk of developing hypertension. Here, our Grants Pass vets discuss high blood pressure and the signs/symptoms you should recognize.

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Why does my dog have dandruff?

Why does my dog have dandruff?

Is your dog leaving white flakes on the couch or in your bed? It could be dandruff, which could be a sign of health problems. Our Grants Pass vets can help you understand and treat dog dandruff.

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Signs of Joint Pain in Dogs: Types, Causes and Treatment

Signs of Joint Pain in Dogs: Types, Causes and Treatment

Dogs of all ages commonly suffer from joint pain, which can greatly impact their quality of life and potentially lead to serious conditions or injuries if not addressed. It may be difficult to detect without prior knowledge. Therefore, our vets at Grants Pass provide an overview of joint pain in dogs, including its types, causes, and available treatment options.

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Gingivitis in Cats: Symptoms, Causes & Treatments

Gingivitis in Cats: Symptoms, Causes & Treatments

Poor dental health can cause a lot of pain for cats, and most develop dental disease by age 3. Gingivitis is a common type and the beginning stage of periodontal disease. Our veterinarians at Grants Pass can help with symptoms, causes, and treatments.

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X-Ray for Dogs - What to Expect

X-Ray for Dogs - What to Expect

If your dog is scheduled for an X-ray (radiograph), you might be curious about the appointment process and how to get ready. Our Grants Pass veterinarians have provided some insights into what you can anticipate when taking your dog for an X-ray.

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ECG for Pets: When it's Needed?

ECG for Pets: When it's Needed?

Our vets in Grants Pass will cover the topic of ECGs for dogs and cats in this article. We will explore when a veterinarian might request an ECG and how to interpret your pet's results. This information will allow you to make informed decisions about your pet's health care.

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