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Read helpful tips, knowledge and advice from our St. Louis veterinarians to help you keep your pets happy and healthy. 

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Endoscopy for Diagnosing & Treating Digestive Issues in Pets

Endoscopy for Diagnosing & Treating Digestive Issues in Pets

If a gastrointestinal issue is triggering symptoms such as vomiting or diarrhea in your cat or dog, a veterinarian can order an endoscopy. Here, our St. Louis vets define the endoscopy procedure and explain which types of conditions it can be used to diagnose. 

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Dog Bone Fracture: Everything You Need to Know

Dog Bone Fracture: Everything You Need to Know

Finding that your dog has broken a leg can be an extremely stressful, even frightening, experience. In this post, our St. Louis vets explain how to identify symptoms of a bone fracture and discuss treatment, recovery, and more.

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Pet Eating Problems - Why Won't My Cat Eat?

Pet Eating Problems - Why Won't My Cat Eat?

Cats have earned a reputation as picky eaters. So, when they refuse to eat, it can be challenging to find out why. Here are a few reasons your cat may not be eating and when this should be considered an emergency for our St. Louis vets to treat. 

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Dog Training: Advice & Tips

Dog Training: Advice & Tips

You've just brought home an adorable young puppy or adopted a rescue dog. Now, it's up to you to start their training and keep them out of danger. Here, our St. Louis vets share some dog training advice and tips to help you get started.

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Dogs Eating Grass: Why Do They Do It & Is It Safe?

Dogs Eating Grass: Why Do They Do It & Is It Safe?

Have you seen your dog eats grass? Perhaps you thought it odd or are even concerned about their health. In this post, our St. Louis vets list some common reasons dogs eat grass and offer advice on when to seek emergency care.

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Cat Can't Stop Coughing: Why is My Cat Coughing?

Cat Can't Stop Coughing: Why is My Cat Coughing?

If your cat's purring has started to turn into coughing, it may mean that something is irritating their airways, throat, or lungs. Today, our St. Louis vets discuss potential causes of coughing in cats, and how it may be treated. 

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Dogs & Antifreeze: Should I Go To the Pet ER?

Dogs & Antifreeze: Should I Go To the Pet ER?

Antifreeze is a severe hazard to dogs and can cause fatal damage to their system, even if they only ingest a small amount. Here, our St. Louis vets list symptoms of antifreeze poisoning, and what you should do if your dog has consumed any.

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Diagnostic Imaging for Your Dog or Cat

Diagnostic Imaging for Your Dog or Cat

Diagnostic tools such as X-rays and CT scans help your veterinarian understand what's happening inside your pet's body. Without them, it would be much more difficult to keep your cat or dog healthy. In this post, we describe routine diagnostic imaging tests for dogs and cats that are often performed by the veterinary teams at our clinics in St. Louis. 

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Routine Vet Exams - Why Are Regular Veterinary Checkups Important?

Routine Vet Exams - Why Are Regular Veterinary Checkups Important?

By bringing your dog or cat in to see their vet throughout the year you can help to keep them healthy and happy for life. The veterinary teams at our clinics in St. Louis are here to share some information about the importance of routine vet exams and what to expect during these pet checkups.

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Why is my cat sleeping so much?

Why is my cat sleeping so much?

Cats love to nap. In the morning, the afternoon, the evening, any time at all. But this can lead us to sometimes wonder if they are sleeping too much. Our St. Louis vets talk about whether or not a cat can sleep too much and what to do if you think their sleeping habits are caused by a health concern.

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Compassionate Emergency Care for Pets

Animal Emergency Clinic is an after-hours emergency animal hospital providing urgent care to cats and dogs from St. Louis and surrounding areas. Contact us right away if you are experiencing a veterinary emergency.

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