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What You Should Do If Your Pet Has Skin Allergies

Posted on 10-09-2017

Pet skin allergies are more common than many pet owners realize. Fortunately, your Baltimore veterinarian can diagnose and effectively treat a wide range of pet skin allergies and other issues...

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Pet Eye Surgery FAQ

Posted on 09-25-2017

Commons reasons dogs and cats need pet eye surgery include severe injuries, diseases, infections, and cataracts. Veterinary techniques such as laser technology and minimal incision procedures make...

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Flea & Tick Prevention

Posted on 08-25-2017

It's that time of year when ticks and fleas are out in full force in our neck of the woods. At Fullerton Animal Hospital, our Baltimore veterinarian team wants every local dog and cat owner to...

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Chemicals that are Poisonous to Pets

Posted on 07-18-2017

Pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers often emit strong smells that arouse the curiosity of dogs and cats. Just sniffing certain garden chemicals can cause pets to suffer symptoms of poisoning li...

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Poisonous Plants for Cats

Posted on 06-13-2017

Most kittens and cats love to chew on plants and grasses. Outdoor cats will actually eat a few blades of grass every day just because they like the way it tastes. If you have indoor cats only, you...

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