PET NOTES BLOG



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October 12, 2017Diamond Hill Staff

Surgical removal of the tumor is often the first step used to treat canine lung cancer if the dog is otherwise in good health.  It is the treatment of choice for dogs with primary lung tumors.  We, at DIAMOND HILL ANIMAL CLINIC, are located at 35 Pine Swamp Road, Route 114, and are open six […]

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September 27, 2017Diamond Hill Staff

Management of fleas on pets must occur in conjunction with regular, thorough cleaning of your pet’s resting areas both indoors and out. When fleas infest a home, bringing it under control will require a vigilant program that includes vacuuming, eliminating fleas on pets, and cleaning up and treating shaded outdoor locations where pets rest. Call […]

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September 6, 2017Diamond Hill Staff

While we love giving our pets treats, including human foods, some human foods are can be toxic or even deadly for your cat.  Consider that your cats could have allergies to some foods that are considered to be safe. The bottom line is to feed your cat nutritious food developed with his or her needs […]

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August 22, 2017Diamond Hill Staff

Xylitol is a naturally occurring chemical, used as a sweetener! It’s safe in humans, but not in dogs. Signs of toxicity can be seen as quickly as 30 minutes after xylitol ingestion in dogs.  Veterinary treatment involves close monitoring, supportive care and treating the resultant low blood glucose and possible low potassium levels.  We, at DIAMOND […]

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July 20, 2017Diamond Hill Staff

There are several possible causes of inflammation to the pancreas. Although pancreatitis can occur in any animal breed, it has been found to occur more frequently with cats. At DIAMOND HILL ANIMAL CLINIC, we recommend regular checkups for all your animals. We are true animal lovers and want nothing but the best for your pets. […]

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July 13, 2017Diamond Hill Staff

Pets are important to you and your family, and protecting them from tick bites and tick-borne disease should be part of your prevention program. At DIAMOND HILL ANIMAL CLINIC, we recommend grooming pets after a walk outside through the woods or trails can help protect your pet and family. We are located at 35 Pine […]

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