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Learn About Bloat (GDV) in Dogs

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How to Deworm Kittens
How to Deworm Kittens

Learn how to deworm your kitten and the importance of this. Kittens can be born with worms transmitted from their mother. Most of the time we won't see them in the stool. This is why deworming is so important at a young age. Most deworming programs start as early as 2-3 weeks of age. Deworming kills the adult stage of the worm. As eggs hatch, additional deworming is necessary. For this reason, your veterinarian will likely recommend multiple doses.

How to Deworm Puppies
How to Deworm Puppies

Learn how to de-worm puppies and the importance of this. Nearly all puppies are born with worms transmitted from their mother. Most of the time we won't see them in the stool. This is why deworming is so important at a young age. Most deworming programs start as early as 2-3 weeks of age. Deworming kills the adult stage of the worm. As eggs hatch, additional deworming is necessary. For this reason, your veterinarian will likely recommend multiple doses.

Learn About Bloat (GDV) in Dogs
Learn About Bloat (GDV) in Dogs

Learn about bloat in dogs. Gastric Dilitation Volvulus commonly referred to as GDV or simply "Bloat" is a serious medical emergency. Gastric dilitation is where the stomach fills with gas, food, and or water. Volvulus is where the distended stomach actually twist. While this is a condition that can occur in any dog, it is the large deep chested breeds that we commonly see affected. To learn more about GDV, we will listen to Dr. Adam Gassel, a board certified veterinary surgeon.

Learn About Pancreatitis In Dogs
Learn About Pancreatitis In Dogs

To learn more about pancreatitis, we are going to meet with Dr. Mike Moore who is Board certified in internal medicine. Some patients recover quickly from pancreatitis, while others may require a chronic therapeutic plan that likely will include a special diet. The key point is that this illness can be very serious. If your dog shows clinical signs consistent with pancreatitis, you need to call your veterinarian immediately.

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