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Dog Grooming 101 - Grooming Different Coat Types

Dog Grooming 101 - Grooming Different Coat Types

Although all dogs require brushing, bathing and general grooming, some require more care than others. Today our Clemmons pet grooming team explains how to care for dog coats of different textures and lengths.

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What To Do About Your Dog's Stinky Breath

What To Do About Your Dog's Stinky Breath

Do you avoid getting close to your pup because their stinky breath is unbearable? Bad breath is common in dogs — especially in senior dogs — and can be a sign of a serious health issue. Our Clemmons vets explain some causes of dog bad breath and how you can help to treat or even prevent it.

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Why should I enrol my pet in a Wellness Plan?

Why should I enrol my pet in a Wellness Plan?

If your veterinary clinic offers Pet Wellness Plans you may be curious as to how these plans work and whether they are worth signing up for. Today, our Clemmons vets share 4 benefits to consider when deciding whether a Pet Wellness Plan is right for you and your pet.

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Dog Acupuncture & The Conditions It Can Treat

Dog Acupuncture & The Conditions It Can Treat

Our Clemmons vets know that if your pet is suffering from a health issue you will want to do all you can to help them feel better. Pet acupuncture can be a noninvasive way to help improve your pet's rehabilitation. Here's a bit about how acupuncture for dogs works and when it can be used.

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Is it safe for dogs to eat grass?

Is it safe for dogs to eat grass?

If your dog eats grass on a regular basis, you may be concerned about whether this is a safe habit. Today, our Clemmons vets share some common reasons why dogs may eat grass, and when to be concerned about this behavior.

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What To Do About Destructive Dog Chewing

What To Do About Destructive Dog Chewing

Is your dog destroying your shoes, furniture, and other items with their destructive chewing? Here are some tips from our Clemmons vets to help curb your dog's chewing habit and save your precious belongings (and your sanity).

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Dog Dental Care - Why It's Important

Dog Dental Care - Why It's Important

Much like our own oral health, a healthy mouth is an essential element of your dog's overall health. Unfortunately, our four-legged friends often don't get the dental care they need to stay optimally healthy. Here, our Clemmons vets explain why dental care for dogs is so important.

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Dog Kidney Failure Diet Recommendations

Dog Kidney Failure Diet Recommendations

If your dog has chronic kidney disease or kidney failure, feeding them the right diet is going to play an essential role in their ongoing treatment. For dogs with kidney disease, our Clemmons vets may recommend a diet with restricted amounts of protein, phosphorus and sodium combined with increased levels of omega-3 fatty acids. 

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Health Risks Faced by Overweight Dogs

Health Risks Faced by Overweight Dogs

Carrying just a few extra pounds can significantly affect your dog's health and longevity. Not only that, weight gain can be a sign of a serious underlying health condition. Today our Clemmons vets explain how to tell if your dog is overweight, and what to do.

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Why Routine Exams Are Important To Your Pet's Health

Why Routine Exams Are Important To Your Pet's Health

Routine wellness exams help to keep your pet healthy by providing your veterinarian with an annual or twice-yearly opportunity to examine your pet for early signs of disease and to monitor your dog or cat's overall health. Today, our Clemmons vets explain why routine exams are important and what to expect at your pet's vet checkup. 

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