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Our Turlock veterinarians share helpful tips and advice to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.

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ECG for Cats & Dogs

ECG for Cats & Dogs

In this post, our Turlock vets discuss ECGs for dogs and cats, when your vet will order one and how to understand your pet's results.

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Urinalysis for Dogs & Cats

Urinalysis for Dogs & Cats

We at Taylor Veterinary Emergency strongly believe in educating our clients to help them be the best pet owners they can be. In order to help you make the best choices for your pet's medical care, our Turlock veterinarians will talk to you today about urinalysis for dogs and cats as well as how to interpret your pet's urinalysis results.

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Understanding Blood Tests for Dogs

Understanding Blood Tests for Dogs

Our Turlock vets understand that it can be challenging to understand why your pet needs blood testing, and what those results mean. Today, we explain the results of the dog's blood tests.

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Broken Jaws in Dogs: Causes & Treatments

Broken Jaws in Dogs: Causes & Treatments

As scary as it sounds, broken jaws are a common – and very painful – injury in dogs. In this blog post, our Turlock vets explain the causes of a broken jaw in dogs, how your pup's jaw can be repaired, and how to care for them as they recover. 

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Common Dental Problems in Dogs

Common Dental Problems in Dogs

Dental problems in dogs can cause extreme pain for your furry companion and add other health issues. In this post, our Turlock vets explain how to identify common dental health problems and how to treat them. 

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Do dental chews really work for dogs?

Do dental chews really work for dogs?

Have you ever wondered how to tell if a dog dental chew is worth buying? Our Turlock vets offer some advice on which factors to consider, and even whether puppies can have dental chews. 

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How many teeth do dogs have?

How many teeth do dogs have?

Monitoring your dog's oral health is an important aspect of being a pet parent. Here, our Turlock vets share some facts about the number of teeth your dog should have and why they might lose teeth.

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Tooth Resorption in Cats

Tooth Resorption in Cats

Tooth resorption happens when a cat's body breaks down and absorbs the structures that support the tooth. In this blog post, our Turlock vets discuss the symptoms of tooth resorption in cats and how it can be treated.

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My Dog Ate Gum: Is That Dangerous?

My Dog Ate Gum: Is That Dangerous?

Most dogs love to eat everything they can get into. Unfortunately, sometimes they eat food or substances that they shouldn't, such as chewing gum. Our Turlock vets explain why gum is toxic to dogs and what you should do if you find that your dog ate gum in this post. 

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Bleeding in Dog's Ears: Causes & Treatment

Bleeding in Dog's Ears: Causes & Treatment

Many health problems can lead to bleeding in a dog's ears. While some are simple and require basic care, others can be more serious. Learn about the causes of this concerning symptom from our Turlock vets and find out how you can help stop a dog's ear from bleeding.

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