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Pet Diagnostic Tests

Pet Diagnostic Tests

There are a number of diagnostic tests that can be used to pinpoint the cause of your pet's symptoms. Today our Stuart vets explain some of the diagnostic tests available to help us determine the underlying causes of various health concerns in pets.

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X-Rays & CT Scans for Cats & Dogs

X-Rays & CT Scans for Cats & Dogs

If your dog or cat is booked to have an X-Ray (radiograph) or CT scan, you may be wondering how the appointment will work and how you can prepare. Below, our Stuart vets share what you can expect when you bring your dog to us for an X-ray.

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ECG for Cats & Dogs

ECG for Cats & Dogs

In this post, our Stuart vets discuss ECGs for dogs and cats, why your veterinarian might order one, and what the test can tell you about your cat or dog's heart.

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Urinalysis for Cats & Dogs

Urinalysis for Cats & Dogs

At Animal Care Extraordinaire, we believe strongly in educating our clients so they can be the best possible pet owners. So today, our Stuart vets will discuss urinalysis for dogs and cats, as well as how to understand your pet's urinalysis results so you can make the best decisions regarding their medical care.

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When to take your cat or dog to the emergency vet

When to take your cat or dog to the emergency vet

It may be surprising, but it isn't always obvious when your pet is in need of urgent emergency care. Today, our Stuart vets share some of the signs that could indicate that it's time to head to the emergency animal hospital. 

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Why is my dog breathing fast but acting normal?

Why is my dog breathing fast but acting normal?

If your dog is breathing heavy and fast for no apparent reason, you're bound to be concerned. Today, our Stuart vets share some of the reasons why your dog may be breathing hard and when it's time for your dog to see the vet. 

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Signs of Pain in Dogs

Signs of Pain in Dogs

It can be concerning to see your dog suffering from pain or discomfort. In this post, our Stuart veterinarians explain how dogs tend to handle this, how to know if a dog is in pain, and when they might require urgent care. 

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Dog Stops Walking and Won't Move! Reasons & What to Do

Dog Stops Walking and Won't Move! Reasons & What to Do

You are outside taking your dog for a walk on a beautiful day, but they suddenly stop and won't move. Today, our Stuart vets share some reasons why this may happen and what you can do.

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Bordetella in Cats

Bordetella in Cats

Bordetella bronchiseptica in cats is a bacterium that can cause an upper respiratory illness. It is mostly a concern in environments where cats are maintained in large groupings, such as rescue shelters and some breeding houses. Antibiotics may successfully cure infections, and an effective vaccination is available in many areas. Today, our Stuart vets discuss cat bordetella and what you can do to spot and stop it.

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Common Autoimmune Diseases in Dogs

Common Autoimmune Diseases in Dogs

Autoimmune diseases can affect your dog's blood, skin, joints, their whole body, really. Today, our Stuartvets will discuss some of the more common autoimmune diseases in dogs and how they can be treated.

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Our Stuart vets can't wait to meet you! Our welcoming and accommodating team is passionate about the needs of your pets. Reach out to us today to book your pet's first appointment.

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