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Why is my dog panting and restless at night?

Why is my dog panting and restless at night?

In many cases, panting is a completely normal behavior in dogs, but there are times when panting can be an indication of an underlying health condition. If your dog is panting at night, it could be a sign that something is amiss. Here, our Cordova vets share some causes of nighttime panting in dogs, and what you should do.

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Yeast Dermatitis in Dogs: Signs and Treatment

Yeast Dermatitis in Dogs: Signs and Treatment

Is your dog suffering from irritated, itchy, or flakey skin? The problem could be yeast dermatitis, a condition caused by the abnormal overgrowth of yeast naturally found on your dog's skin. Here, our Cordova vets explain the causes, symptoms, and how yeast dermatitis in dogs can be treated.

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What is osteoarthritis in dogs? Can it be treated?

What is osteoarthritis in dogs? Can it be treated?

Osteoarthritis is a progressive, degenerative condition in dogs that becomes more severe over time. There's no cure for this painful condition, however, our Cordova vets can provide treatments that may help manage symptoms and allow your dog to enjoy a good quality of life as they age.

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Dog Joint Pain - Signs to Watch For

Dog Joint Pain - Signs to Watch For

Our Cordova vets see a lot of dogs suffering from joint pain. While joint pain is often an age-related condition, in some cases even young dogs can suffer from conditions that lead to joint pain. Below are some of the symptoms of joint pain that pet parents should watch for, and what to do if your dog is experiencing joint pain.

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What causes diarrhea in dogs & how is it treated?

What causes diarrhea in dogs & how is it treated?

Diarrhea in dogs is one of the most distressing symptoms pet parents often have to deal with. Our Cordova vets know that if your canine companion has diarrhea you need a cure right now! Below are some common causes of diarrhea in dogs and what pet parents can do to help resolve this messy health problem.

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Bladder Infection In Dogs - Signs & What To Do

Bladder Infection In Dogs - Signs & What To Do

Bladder infections and other bladder issues are as common in dogs as they are in people and just as painful. In today's post our Cordova vets share the signs that your dog may have a bladder infection and what to do.

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Spotting The Signs of Ear Infection in Dogs

Spotting The Signs of Ear Infection in Dogs

Our Cordova vets see a lot of dogs suffering from ear infections, particularly in the hot and humid summer months. The good news is that when treated early most dog ear infections are easy to treat. Here are some of the signs of ear infections in dogs that pet parents should watch for.

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Ways To Tell If Your Dog Is Overweight & What To Do

Ways To Tell If Your Dog Is Overweight & What To Do

Obesity in dogs is on the rise and having a negative impact on the overall health of our canine companions. In today's post, our Cordova vets share some signs that your dog may be overweight, and what you can do to help get your pup's weight back to a healthier level.

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Hepatitis in Dogs - Symptoms, Treatments & Prognosis

Hepatitis in Dogs - Symptoms, Treatments & Prognosis

Infectious and acute canine hepatitis can result in some very serious, or even life-threatening symptoms for your dog. In today's post our Cordova vets explain the symptoms of hepatitis in dogs as well as causes, treatments and prevention.

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When To Take Your Pet to an Emergency Vet

When To Take Your Pet to an Emergency Vet

Veterinary emergencies can happen at any time but how do you know when you should take your dog or cat to the emergency vet clinic? Here, our Cordova vets share some reasons to get your animal urgent veterinary care. 

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