Category Archives: Dogs Health

7 Dog Behaviors and What They Mean

Dogs are expressive animals that don't hesitate to let you know how they're feeling at any given moment. Their body language is easy to read which makes it easy for dog owners to understand what's being communicated. Sometimes it happens that dogs engage in behaviors that seemingly goes against their grain and leaves you confused or angry.…
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What’s in My Dog’s Poop? When to See a Vet in Bend

Cleaning up after your dog's bowel movements is one of the responsibilities that come with dog ownership. Chances are good that you don't think too much about what's in your dog's waste apart from disposing of it as quickly as you can. The truth is that you can learn a lot about your dog's health…
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Pet Dental Health Month: What You Need to Know About Teeth Cleaning

The arrival of February brings with it Pet Dental Health month and a reminder to contact the veterinarian in Bend for a dental appointment. Pets need their teeth taken care of on a regular basis to keep them comfortable, eating well and maintaining their weight. Cats and dogs alike are prone to issues such as tooth…
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What You Need to Know About ACL Surgery for Your Dog

Dog cruciate surgery, also known as ACL surgery, is the most commonly performed orthopedic surgery for dogs every year. The ACL, or anterior cruciate ligament found in a dog's hind leg, is an important ligament that connects the rear of the femur to the front of the tibia and keeps the joint stable. When the ACL is…
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5 Great Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Your Pets

When it comes time to hang the stockings from the chimney with care for Christmas Day, make sure to hang stockings for your pets and share the festivities with them. Fill it with their favorite treats or get that new collar for them that you've been looking at. Or focus on small items like catnip mice,…
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National Cookie Day: Make Your Own Dog Cookies!

National Cookie Day on December 4 is a day that gives you an official excuse to eat lots of cookies! But why keep it all to yourself? Share the day with your dog and get them a dog-safe cookie treat so the two or more of you can share a treat together. Just make sure to…
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10 Questions to Ask Your Vet in an Annual Exam

Your pet's annual exam with our veterinarian at Blue Sky Vet Clinic is your opportunity to ask questions about caring for your pet. This is the best time to get answers to observations you've made and can't find a relevant answer by asking friends, family and Dr. Google. The veterinarian can give you direct answers…
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Pet Cancer Awareness Month: What You Need to Know

November is Pet Cancer Awareness Month and is designed to help make pet owners aware of the fact that their pets are at risk of developing cancer. It's also a time to donate to pet cancer research in order to advance the science of treating cancer and helping pets live their best lives. Following is…
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5 Halloween Safety Tips for Pets

Halloween is all about having spooky fun and collecting loads of candy. It's also a great excuse for dressing up your pet and taking them with the family for tricks and treats. But sometimes there are more tricks than treats for pets what with people looking to start trouble and celebratory items that can be…
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Important Facts About Obesity in Pets

Food is love and we use food to show our pets how much we love them. The reason being is that it feels good to feed pets and know that you're doing the very best for them. Unfortunately, it's easy to go overboard with the feeding of treats and oversized portions that are eagerly gobbled…
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