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Puppy & Dog Vaccination Schedule

Puppy & Dog Vaccination Schedule

Annual vaccinations from our Franklin vets are typically far cheaper and safer than having your dog treated for the diseases these vaccines protect against. Below we share reasons why you should have your dog vaccinated and provide you with a handy schedule for your puppy's shots.

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Spotting The Signs of Bone Cancer in Dogs

Spotting The Signs of Bone Cancer in Dogs

Bone cancer in dogs is one of the most serious diseases that can afflict our four-legged family members. In today's post, our Franklin vets discuss how to spot signs of bone cancer, and when to book an appointment with your veterinarian.

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Best Small Dogs for Apartment Living & Families

Best Small Dogs for Apartment Living & Families

If you'd like to get a small dog but aren't sure how to choose a breed that will suit your family or your apartment, our team is here to help. Here are just a few of our Franklin vets' favorite small breeds for families in small spaces.

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Pet Parent's Guide to Getting a Cat Fixed

Pet Parent's Guide to Getting a Cat Fixed

By getting your cat fixed you are doing more than just preventing unwanted kittens, you may also be preventing a host of unwanted behaviors and protecting your feline friend against some potentially serious health issues. Today our Franklin vets discuss getting your cat fixed.

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What You Need To Know About Cataract Surgery For Dogs

What You Need To Know About Cataract Surgery For Dogs

Cataracts are a fairly common eye condition that we see in Franklin dogs, leading to blurred vision and eventual blindness if left untreated, but surgery can often help to restore a pet's sight. Here, our vets share more about cataract surgery for dogs.

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Tooth Resorption in Cats - What It Is & How It's Treated

Tooth Resorption in Cats - What It Is & How It's Treated

As with humans, dental problems can be very painful for your cat, yet, as many as 85% of cats over the age of three have some form of dental disease. Below, our Franklin vets discuss the signs of dental disease in cats, along with information on diagnosis and treatment.

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Dog Tooth Extractions

Dog Tooth Extractions

If your canine companion has a tooth that is broken or decayed beyond repair, an extraction will be necessary to stop infection and allow your dog's mouth to heal. In today's post, our Franklin vets explain what you can expect if your dog is getting a tooth removed.

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Causes of Gingivitis in Cats & How It Can Be Treated

Causes of Gingivitis in Cats & How It Can Be Treated

As with humans, dental problems can be very painful for your cat, yet, as many as 85% of cats over the age of three have some form of dental disease. Below, our Franklin vets discuss the signs of dental disease in cats, along with information on diagnosis and treatment.

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The Importance of Dental Care for Dogs

The Importance of Dental Care for Dogs

Painful tooth decay and gum disease are common our canine companions, making regular dental exams and cleanings an essential part of your pup's annual preventive care schedule. Today, our Franklin vets explain how to clean a dog's mouth and keep your pup's teeth in great condition.

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My cat is breathing heavy, should I be worried?

My cat is breathing heavy, should I be worried?

While panting is common for dogs, panting or heavy breathing in cats is rare. If your cat is breathing heavy it could be a sign of an underlying health concern. Here, our Franklin vets share a few of the reasons why cats may breathe heavy or pant, and when it's time to head to the vet.

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