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Dogs


Canine Laboratory Tests For Veterinary Care

Understanding Dog Blood Tests

labBlood or lab tests allow us to obtain information about your dog's health that can only be found from collecting a sample of blood and having it analyzed. This includes a CBC (complete blood count) and blood chemistries, which analyze chemical components in the blood.

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Dog Dental Care - Bad Breath, Teeth Cleaning, Dog Dentist

It is important to realize that your dog will never tell you when he or she is experiencing dental pain. All dogs will endure some level of dental disease and dental pain during their lives. The best way to minimize these issues is for your dog is to start out with a great dental health routine at home. This should be supplemented with regular dental cleanings performed by veterinary professionals (a veterinarian and veterinary nurse to aid in the dental cleaning and care during the procedure).

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Canine Cardiology

Canine cardiology is the medical field that treats your dog's cardiovascular system, which includes the heart and blood vessels. A dog cardiologist can diagnose and help develop a treatment protocol for canines that suffer from:

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Dog Cancer - Symptoms, Diagnosis & Treatment

At Countryside Veterinary Clinic, we understand that your canine companion is not just a pet but also is a beloved, cherished family member. The mutual bond of love and loyalty between you can make a diagnosis of any form of dog cancer very difficult to hear. Our veterinarians and support staff are empathetic, compassionate, and trained to focus on both the emotional and medical aspects of dog cancer.

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Dog Endoscopy: Gastrointestinal Exams For Dogs

At Countryside Veterinary Clinic, we utilize the most up-to-date equipment, which allows us to offer a very high level of care to all of the animals we treat. Canine endoscopy uses a tiny video camera at the end of a very narrow scope, called an endoscope, which is inserted either into the stomach through the mouth or the colon via the rectum. This allows a veterinarian to view a dog's gastrointestinal tract or other areas of concern throughout his or her body. Because a gastrointestinal examination for dogs is minimally invasive, it requires relatively little recovery time.

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