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

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Cat Hernia Surgery

Cat Hernia Surgery

Today, our Stockton vets discuss hernias in cats and how surgery is used to fix the issue.

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How Often Should I Bathe My Dog?

How Often Should I Bathe My Dog?

In this blog, our Stockton vets provide tips on how often you should bathe your dog, how to bathe them, and why it is important.

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Leaving a Puppy Alone at Home for the First Time: How to Prepare

Leaving a Puppy Alone at Home for the First Time: How to Prepare

Today, our Stockton vets explain how you can prepare for your puppy to be left at home alone.

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How to Groom an Aggressive Dog

How to Groom an Aggressive Dog

In this post, our Stockton vets explain the reasons for aggression in some dogs during grooming, and how you can best put your pup at ease.

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How Long Can You Leave a Cat Alone?

How Long Can You Leave a Cat Alone?

Today, our Stockton vets explain how long cats can be left home alone and offer tips on making them comfortable while you're away.

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What to Look for When Boarding Your Dog

What to Look for When Boarding Your Dog

Today, our Stockton vets explain what to look for when selecting a boarding facility for your dog.

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Where to Leave a Cat While on Vacation

Where to Leave a Cat While on Vacation

In this blog, our Stockton vets share some ideas as to where you can leave your cat while you are on vacation.

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Signs a Dog Needs Grooming

Signs a Dog Needs Grooming

Today, our Stockton vets explain some signs that it is time to have your dog groomed. 

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Grooming Your Senior Cat: What You Need to Know

Grooming Your Senior Cat: What You Need to Know

Today, our Stockton vets, share how you can help groom your senior cat and prevent issues like matted fur.

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Why isn't my dog eating? What should I do?

Why isn't my dog eating? What should I do?

Your dog normally devours their food in seconds but suddenly they won't eat. Are they sick, or do they suddenly not like their food? What's going on? Today our Stockton vets look at some of the reasons why dogs won't eat, and what you can do.

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New Patients Welcome

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