Years of running, jumping and walking take a toll on your pet's joints. When your once energetic cat or dog starts to slows down or appears to be in pain, osteoarthritis may be to blame. The disea ...View Article
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It is highly probable that sometime during his or her lifetime your pet will need to undergo general anesthesia. Routine surgeries such as spays and neuters are done this way. Although small, there are always risks with general anesthesia. We have a series of criteria that we follow to ensure that your pet is as safe as possible.