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The veterinarians at our animal hospital serving the Rock Springs area share tips and advice here to help you keep your animal healthy and comfortable all throughout their life.

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Gastric Ulcer Syndrome in Horses: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Gastric Ulcer Syndrome in Horses: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

When a horse experiences the effects of the very low pH normally found in the glandular region of the stomach it can lead to conditions such as gastric ulcers. Today, our Rock Springs vets talk about gastric ulcer syndrome in horses, what the symptoms are and what treatment options are available.

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Equine Colic

Equine Colic

There are many causes of colic in horses and symptoms range from very mild to severe. Today, our Mountainaire Animal Clinic vets will explain equine colic and the symptoms, causes, treatment and prevention options.

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Bot Flies in Horses - Symptoms & Prevention

Bot Flies in Horses - Symptoms & Prevention

Being out in the elements, many pests may affect your horse. One of the pests we commonly see is bot flies. Our Rock Springs vets share some information about the symptoms of bot flies in horses and what you can do you prevent this parasite from infesting your horse.

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Horse Deworming Schedule & Medicines

Horse Deworming Schedule & Medicines

Parasites are a risk for all animals and the horse is no exception. Deworming your horse is a crucial step to maintaining their health. In this post, our Rock Springs vets will discuss deworming horses, when to do it, and methods to minimize worm infection in your horses.

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Grooming & Anxiety in Dogs: What to Do & How to Help

Grooming & Anxiety in Dogs: What to Do & How to Help

Grooming your dog at home can be a real chore if your dog is scared, anxious, or just plain fidgety. Here our Mountainaire Animal Clinic vets share some tips for keeping your dog calm during grooming.

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What You Should Know About Dog and Cat Grooming: Bathing, Haircutting, Nail Clipping and More

What You Should Know About Dog and Cat Grooming: Bathing, Haircutting, Nail Clipping and More

Keeping your dog or cat groomed is an important component of pet care. Here, our Mountainaire Animal Clinic vets review grooming basics for dogs and cats and tips for grooming your pet at home.

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Ear Mites in Cats: Causes, Treatment & Prevention

Ear Mites in Cats: Causes, Treatment & Prevention

Ear mites are a very common external parasite and are highly contagious among animals. Ear mites can irritate both the ears and skin of dogs and cats, leading to itching, scratching, and health issues down the road. These parasites are more common in cats than dogs and are relatively easy to treat. Here, our Rock Springs vets explain the symptoms, treatments, and causes of ear mites in cats.

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Importance of Parasite Control in Dogs

Importance of Parasite Control in Dogs

Parasites are a constant danger to your dog that can range from an annoyance to life-threatening. In this post, our Rock Springs vets will go over some of the parasites that your dog is at risk of contracting and why it is so important to prevent the infection and practice parasite control.

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Parainfluenza in Dogs

Parainfluenza in Dogs

Canine parainfluenza virus (CPIV) is a highly contagious ribonucleic acid virus that causes respiratory illness in dogs all over the world. Today, our Rock Springs vets lay out the symptoms and causes of parainfluenza in dogs and how to treat it.

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Cat Teeth Cleaning: How to Clean Cat's Teeth?

Cat Teeth Cleaning: How to Clean Cat's Teeth?

Proper oral hygiene can preserve your cat's dental and overall health. Today, our Rock Springs vets discuss cat teeth cleaning and how you can care for your feline friend's dental health.

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