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Pets and Parasitic Diseases

Many parasites can cause problematic health issues for your pet, and some can affect you and your family. Our team at Countryside Veterinary Hospital wants to help by providing information about parasitic diseases in pets, and ways you can safeguard your four-legged friend. Roundworms in pets Roundworms are the most common parasites that affect pets, [...]

By |2022-06-11T03:49:13+00:00June 10th, 2022|Pet Safety|0 Comments

Allergies 101: From the (Watery) Eyes of Your Pet

Like people, pets can suffer from seasonal and environmental allergies, and may display similar signs. To help you better understand how allergies can affect your pet, our Countryside Veterinary Hospital team shares the travails of three pets who suffer from different allergy types. Learn how allergies can affect pets and how to keep your pet [...]

Expect the Worst—Avoiding Common Pet Emergencies

Every pet is unique—some are escape artists, while others are counter-surfers, thrill seekers, dumpster divers, or weekend warriors. Regardless of your kind of pet, their natural hyperactivity, curiosity, or gluttony can get them into a lot of trouble—which can be life-threatening. While thinking about pet emergencies is not pleasant, it’s important to know that many [...]

By |2022-03-31T02:46:32+00:00April 1st, 2022|Pet Safety|0 Comments

Talking Toxins—4 Everyday Items that Can Harm Your Pet

When you’re at home with your pet, the last thing you think about is putting them in harm’s way. Unfortunately, because many household items are toxic to pets, your dog or cat may be having close encounters with poisonous products every day. To eliminate these potentially harmful or deadly exposures, here’s an easy-to-follow guide from [...]

By |2022-03-10T04:16:08+00:00March 9th, 2022|Pet Safety|0 Comments

Fountain of Woof—Helping Your Pet Live Longer

As pet lovers, we all want the same thing for our dogs and cats—longer lives. While the fountain of woof—er, youth—hasn’t yet been found, Countryside Veterinary Hospital has prepared an easy-to-follow road map that can help you add years to your pet’s life through the choices you make every day. #1: Take your pet to [...]

By |2022-02-21T18:49:22+00:00February 21st, 2022|Pet Health & Wellness|0 Comments

Mythbusters: Pet Parasite Edition

The world of pet parasites can be confusing, since each parasite differs greatly in how they spread disease, reproduce, and are eliminated. To help spread knowledge about fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes, and how they can affect your pet, our Countryside Veterinary Hospital team did our own version of Mythbusters. Read on, to learn whether or [...]

By |2022-02-10T20:12:23+00:00February 10th, 2022|Pet Health & Wellness|0 Comments

What to Expect When Your Pet is Spayed or Neutered

As a responsible pet owner, you know your pet should be spayed or neutered. In addition to helping control the pet homelessness crisis, these procedures help prevent serious health conditions, such as uterine infections, mammary tumors, testicular cancer, and prostate problems. They also benefit your pet’s behavior, including preventing your female pet from experiencing heat [...]

By |2021-12-08T21:59:29+00:00December 8th, 2021|Pet Health & Wellness|0 Comments

8 Common Eye Conditions in Pets

Pets regularly suffer from a slew of eye conditions that can cause redness, excessive tearing, and discomfort. Without prompt treatment, the cornea or other ocular structures can be damaged, so observing and diagnosing the primary problem is important to your pet’s eye health. Pets who are  flat- or wrinkly-faced may be more prone to developing [...]

By |2021-11-02T03:36:09+00:00November 1st, 2021|Pet Health & Wellness|0 Comments
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