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National Pet Dental Health Month

February is National Pet Dental Health Month Coming soon in February, we will be observing National Pet Dental Health Month, so this month is all about arming ourselves with facts about dental health.   Prevention As humans, we are recommended to go to the dentist twice a year for routine[…]

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Pet Cancer Awareness Month

This year, October was Breast Cancer Awareness Month; a month filled with sharing knowledge and empowerment for those effected by breast cancer, their friends and families. As November rolls around, a less talked about form of cancer takes its turn as National Pet Cancer Awareness Month. Since cancer is often[…]

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National Veterinary Technician Week

Staff Appreciation In honor of National Veterinary Technician Week, October 16-22, this month’s blog is all about our Veterinary Team. As a client, it’s hard to put yourself in the shoes of a veterinary staff, because let’s face it: no one wants to go to the vet. There are so[…]

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Microchips

  Microchips- 5 things you need to know  Here are some things you need to know about your pet’s microchip, whether your pet is already microchipped or you are considering getting one. Learn more about additional veterinary services we offer at Baymeadows Animal Hospital in Jacksonville FL!    Microchips do[…]

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Skin and Ear Care

Pet Skin and Ear Care is Available at Baymeadows! Pet Skin and Ear Care is important to your furry family member’s health because it is the most common condition we see in pets.  Pets react with skin complications due to allergies whereas people respond with nasal indicators.  Skin and ear[…]

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Flea Tick Heartworm Prevention

What are Fleas? Adult fleas are reddish-brown insects with bodies that are compressed, or flattened, from side to side.  While visible to the naked eye, they are so small you could line up about eight adult fleas, end-to-end, in one inch.  Because fleas are so small, they can be difficult[…]

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Heartworm Awareness

Heartworms in pets are common throughout this country but, dogs and cats alike are at a greater risk on the East Coast due to the hot, humid conditions in which mosquitoes thrive.  They are the most damaging parasites and 100% preventable. Heartworms are a parasitic worm that live in the[…]

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Spaying Your Pet

Benefits of Spaying Your Pet Spay surgery can be behaviorally and medically beneficial for your dog/cat. In addition, if you spay your pet, you’ll avoid unwanted puppies/kittens and help control pet overpopulation. Millions of healthy dogs and cats are humanely put to sleep each year in the United States simply[…]

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Microchipping Your Pet

Microchipping Your Pet  Up to 8 million animals end up in shelters every year. Unfortunately, only 15-20% of dogs and less than 2% of cats are ever reclaimed by their owners. One of the ways to increase the chances of finding your lost pet is by having it microchipped with[…]

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Welcome to Dr. G’s Blog

Our patients love their pets and ask a lot of questions to ensure they are providing owners should know. You can email us at BaymeadowsAnimalHospital@nullgmail.com if there is a question or topic you would like Dr. G to expound upon. Dr. G.

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