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Is a Dog’s Mouth Cleaner Than a Human’s Mouth?

Is a Dog’s Mouth Cleaner Than a Human’s Mouth?

For ages now people have made references to the smell and cleanliness of a dog's mouth. Today, our Benton vets discuss whether a dog's mouth is actually cleaner than a human's and how you can help care for their oral health.

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What To Do If Your Dog Has a Cavity

What To Do If Your Dog Has a Cavity

When it comes to your canine companion, all routine veterinary care is important, this includes dental care. In today's post, our Benton vets talk about dog dental care and what to do if your dog has a cavity.

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Cat Friends: How To Tell That Your Cat Needs Another Cat

Cat Friends: How To Tell That Your Cat Needs Another Cat

While we typically view cats as solitary creatures that love independence, you may be surprised to discover that your feline companion would actually prefer to not be alone. Today, our Benton vets share some ways that you can easily tell that your cat is in need of friendship and wants another cat.

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How Long Does Spaying Take?

How Long Does Spaying Take?

When you choose to have your female pet spayed, you not only remove the chance of having unwanted litters but you also help prevent various diseases and conditions that could affect your beloved companion. Here, our Benton vets share some information about the spaying procedure and how long spaying takes.

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Cat Dental Care: How To Clean Your Cats Teeth

Cat Dental Care: How To Clean Your Cats Teeth

If your cat is experiencing issues with their oral health then they could be dealing with pain that could prevent them from easily performing basic functions such as eating. Today, our Benton vets discuss cat dental care and how you can help clean your cat's teeth.

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Laser Spay vs. Traditional Spaying

Laser Spay vs. Traditional Spaying

Having your female dog or cat spayed is a responsible and loving thing to do for your pet, but should you have your pet laser spayed or spayed traditionally? Our vets at our spay and neuter clinic in Benton talk about the difference between laser and traditional spaying and what to expect during recovery.

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Newborn Kittens: When Do Kittens Open Their Eyes?

Newborn Kittens: When Do Kittens Open Their Eyes?

Caring for a newborn kitten can be a lot of work, especially if the kitten no longer has a mother to care for them. Today our Benton vets talk about caring for newborn kittens, when you can expect them to open their eyes and concerns to watch for.

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How Old Should Your Kitten Be To Get Fixed?

How Old Should Your Kitten Be To Get Fixed?

While the main reason for having your cat spayed or neutered is to prevent them from having kittens, did you know that it can also help protect your cat from a variety of serious conditions? Today, our Benton vets discuss how old your kitten should be in order to get fixed and what the benefits of this surgery are for your cat.

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Signs That Your Kitten Is Teething

Signs That Your Kitten Is Teething

Kittens, just like humans, begin with a set of baby teeth prior to their adult permanent teeth coming in. Unfortunately, this also means that they go through the discomforts just as we would. In today's post, our Benton vets discuss teething in kittens and when your cat may begin to lose their baby teeth.

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Osteoarthritis in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Osteoarthritis in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint disorder that can greatly affect the quality of life of your furry friend. While this painful condition has no cure there are ways that you can help to manage their pain and make life easier. Our Benton vets tell us what the symptoms of osteoarthritis in dogs are, the causes and how we can help manage this condition for our canine companions.

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Saline County Animal Clinic welcomes cats, dogs, and their people to our clinic! Our experienced vets are passionate about the health of Benton dogs and cats. Get in touch to book your pet's appointment.

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