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My Cat Won't Stop Vomiting

My Cat Won't Stop Vomiting

Every pet owner knows that it can be scary when your beloved pet isn't feeling their best, while sometimes the cause can be simple there are other times when you should take action. In today's post, our St. Louis vets talk about vomiting in cats, some common causes and what to do when they won't stop.

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Fungal Infections in Cats: Everything You Should Know

Fungal Infections in Cats: Everything You Should Know

Along with making your kitty extremely uncomfortable, fungal infections can also have a serious impact on their health. In today's post, our St. Louis vets share some information about the causes of fungal infections in cats and the diagnosis and treatment of this condition.

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Cat Recovering From Soft Tissue Surgery

Cat Recovering From Soft Tissue Surgery

If your cat has undergone soft tissue surgery then you will need to follow a set of instructions to help your pet heal as quickly and safely as possible. Here, our St. Louis veterinary surgeons share some tips to help with caring for your cat as they recover from small animal soft tissue surgery.

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Sebaceous Adenitis in Dogs

Sebaceous Adenitis in Dogs

Are you noticing a change in your dog's skin and fur? Is your pup experiencing itchiness, lesions and hair loss? They may be suffering from sebaceous adenitis. Our St. Louis vets describe sebaceous adenitis in dogs, the signs and symptoms as well as how it is diagnosed and treated.

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Ear Hematoma Surgery in Dogs

Ear Hematoma Surgery in Dogs

If your dog experiences an injury to their ear then they may develop a blood blister, otherwise known as a hematoma. Our St. Louis vets talk about what an ear (aural) hematoma is and what you can expect from ear hematoma surgery for your dog.

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ECG for Pets: When It's Needed?

ECG for Pets: When It's Needed?

If your dog or cat is experiencing an illness or injury that is causing irregularities in their heart rate then your vet may order an ECG. In this post, our St. Louis vets talk about what an ECG is and how this diagnostic test can help our veterinary team diagnose your cat or dog.

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Dog Knee Surgery

Dog Knee Surgery

If your pup experiences a torn CCL or similar injury then treatment with orthopedic surgery may be recommended. Today our St. Louis vets look at how orthopedic injuries occur and the different types of surgery used for knee repairs in dogs.

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Signs of Pain or Discomfort in Dogs

Signs of Pain or Discomfort in Dogs

It can be scary if your dog is suddenly crying out in pain or if they are showing other disturbing symptoms. It's important to know what to do when this happens. In this post, our St. Louis vets talk about the typical signs of pain in dogs, the different types of pain they may experience and what you should do if your dog is in pain.

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Heatstroke in Cats

Heatstroke in Cats

At Animal Emergency Clinic we see fewer cases of heatstroke in cats than in dogs, nonetheless, it does happen. Here our St. Louis vets share some of the symptoms of heatstroke in cats, and what you should do if you think your cat is suffering from heatstroke. 

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Is Bloody Diarrhea in Dogs an Emergency?

Is Bloody Diarrhea in Dogs an Emergency?

It is alarming whenever our canine companions clearly aren't feeling great, and that's why it can be stressful when your dog has unexplained diarrhea. Today, our St. Louis emergency vets explain some common causes of diarrhea, what to do if your dog's stool is bloody, and when it's time to call an emergency vet.

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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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