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Dog MRI cost

How Much Does a Dog MRI Cost?

The cost of a dog MRI depends on many things. First, let’s talk a little bit about what MRI is.…

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Preventing dog obesity

Preventing Dog Obesity: How to Give Your Dog a Longer, Healthier, Happier Life

The Association for Pet Obesity Prevention reports that 55.8% of America’s dogs are overweight. Just like in humans, dog obesity…

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Contest winners and Paws in the Park event

3 Barks for Paws in the Park

This year’s Paws in the Park was barktastic! On February 21st, Team SEVN headed out to Waterfront Park to frolic…

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Dog can't stand up

My Dog Can’t Stand Up: What You Should Do

There are many possible reasons why a dog can’t stand up, ranging from toxicity, injuries, and orthopedic reasons to infections,…

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Dog head pressing

7 Reasons Why Your Dog is Pressing Its Head Against the Wall

Maybe you have an affectionate pup that shows you love by pressing its head against yours while you smother it…

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Two Babies, Two Surgeries, and Two Promises from Dr. Wong

January 4th is a big day for me. It’s the day I became a daddy. I remember a ton about…

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Dog constantly scratching

Phantom Scratching: Why Your Dog Is Constantly Scratching

There are many reasons why your poor pup could be itchy and scratchy. But is your dog constantly scratching, seemingly…

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Dog change in behavior

4 Reasons for Sudden Behavior Changes in Dogs

Your dog can’t tell you what’s wrong, but you know when something isn’t right with your “soul mutt.” You don’t…

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Toxins that can cause dog seizures

What Toxins Can Cause Seizures in Dogs?

Is there anything more agonizing than witnessing your dog having a seizure? The overwhelming sense of helplessness you experience may…

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Happy New Year!

  These three little words we shout at each other each year have never been more welcomed. For some, 2020…

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