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

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Fever in Dogs

Fever in Dogs

Certain circumstances can lead your dog to feel warmer than they usually would. But how do you know if they are too warm? Here, our vets in Nashua talk about what a normal temperature is in dogs, how to tell that your dog has a fever, and when you should seek veterinary care. 

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How to Tell if My Cat is Pregnant

How to Tell if My Cat is Pregnant

If you have an unspayed kitty who has been spending lots of time outdoors or around intact males, there's a good chance that you will end up with kittens. But what are the signs? Here, our Nashua vets talk about how to tell if your cat is pregnant and how you can help keep her safe and healthy during this time.

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Joint Pain in Dogs - Signs, Causes & Treatment

Joint Pain in Dogs - Signs, Causes & Treatment

While you can expect your dog to slow down a little as they age, treatable joint issues are often mistaken as simple aging. Our Nashua vets often see dogs experiencing joint pain and offer some information about the types of joint pain, symptoms, and how it can be managed.

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Ultrasound for Dogs and Cats: What Pet Owners Want to Know

Ultrasound for Dogs and Cats: What Pet Owners Want to Know

Is your pet experiencing a medical condition that requires diagnostic imaging? If so then you may have a few questions about what to expect. Here, our Nashua vets talk about how ultrasound is performed on dogs and cats, and what it can help us see and do when it comes to diagnosing and treating your furry friend.

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X-Rays for Dogs

X-Rays for Dogs

Diagnostic imaging is a common part of caring for companion animals. It allows for valuable insight into the internal functions of your pet. Below, our Nashua vets talk about what we can see using diagnostic imaging and other important information about X-rays for dogs.

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Dog Intestinal Blockage Surgery

Dog Intestinal Blockage Surgery

As your dog chews on their toys, you may also find that other objects that aren't digestible make their way into their mouth. Here, our Nashua vets share some information about the dangers of your dog swallowing things they shouldn't and how intestinal blockage surgery can save their life.

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Dog Recovering After Surgery

Dog Recovering After Surgery

Caring for your dog after they've had a procedure can include many things. Luckily, we are here to help. Today, our Nashua vets share some important information about what you can do to help when your dog is recovering after veterinary surgery.

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Chronic Kidney Failure in Dogs

Chronic Kidney Failure in Dogs

Chronic renal disease (kidney disease) in dogs is a genetic condition that affects the function of the renal system. Here, our Nashua vets talk about the symptoms and causes of chronic kidney failure in dogs, what happens at each stage and the prognosis for your pup.

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Diet For Cats With Hyperthyroidism

Diet For Cats With Hyperthyroidism

The thyroid helps to regulate hormones and the related functions in your cat's body. Some cats may develop a condition that disrupts the thyroid. Here, our Nashua vets talk about why the thyroid is so important, how hyperthyroidism affects your cat and how diet can help manage your furry friend's condition.

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Enlarged Heart in Dogs

Enlarged Heart in Dogs

An enlarged heart, or dilated cardiomyopathy, is a serious condition affecting the flow of blood around your dog's body. Here, our Nashua veterinary cardiologist shares the causes of an enlarged heart in dogs and how it can be diagnosed and treated.

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Welcoming Referrals and Emergency Walk-Ins

Animal Medical Center of New England welcomes emergency walk-ins and appointments when your pet needs us most. Our team of specialists is also accepting referrals from primary care veterinarians - fill out a referral form to get started.

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