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Advice & Information from Our Emergency Veterinarians

Our Somerset County emergency vets share information to help you keep your pet happy and healthy.

Why have black spots started appearing on my dog's skin?

Why have black spots started appearing on my dog's skin?

If your dog is beginning to develop dark patches on their skin then they may be experiencing a condition known as hyperpigmentation. Read on to learn more about conditions that can cause a dog's skin to turn black and treatment options for hyperpigmentation. 

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Red Eyes in Dogs

Red Eyes in Dogs

A dog's eyes can become red when they become irritated for several reasons. Here, our Somerset County vets share some reasons why your dog's eyes may be red, and what you can do.

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First Aid for Cat Wounds

First Aid for Cat Wounds

Your cat's lovable, curious nature can, from time to time, lead to wounds and injuries. Today, our Somerset County vets explain how to care for a cat wound and when it's time to head to the vet.

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What to Do When Your Dog or Cat Needs First Aid

What to Do When Your Dog or Cat Needs First Aid

The curious and energetic nature of our pets often leads to unexpected accidents and injuries. Here, our Somerset County emergency vets share a few pet first-aid tips and discuss what to do if your cat or dog is injured.

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What is the best dog food for senior dogs?

What is the best dog food for senior dogs?

You know that a nutritious diet is essential for maintaining your senior dog's good health, but with so many brands to choose from picking the best food for your old dog can be overwhelming. Our Somerset County vets share a few tips to help you make an informed choice.

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Diagnostic Imaging for Dogs & Cats

Diagnostic Imaging for Dogs & Cats

Diagnostic imaging technologies help veterinarians determine the cause, extent, or seriousness of a pet's illness or injury. Below, we discuss various diagnostic imaging methods used to determine the cause of your pet's symptoms.

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How To Tell If Your Cat Has a Heart Murmur

How To Tell If Your Cat Has a Heart Murmur

If your cat has pale gums, is refusing to eat, or is experiencing breathing problems, they may have a heart murmur. Our Somerset County vets explain more about heart murmurs in cats and how they are treated.

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Why You Should Be Concerned If Your Dog Ate Gum

Why You Should Be Concerned If Your Dog Ate Gum

Are you wondering what happens if a dog eats gum? Our Somerset County emergency vets share everything you'll need to know, including when to bring your dog to see our team. 

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Help! My Dog Ingested Antifreeze. What Should I Do?

Help! My Dog Ingested Antifreeze. What Should I Do?

Antifreeze poisoning is a frequent occurrence in dogs, largely due to how common this substance is in our homes and garages. Today, our Somerset County emergency vets explain why antifreeze ingestion is an urgent veterinary emergency, and what to do. 

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How To Deal With a Dog Bee Sting

How To Deal With a Dog Bee Sting

While most dogs recover quickly from a bee sting, it's important to monitor your pet for any signs of a serious allergic reaction that could require emergency veterinary care. Today, our Somerset County vets explain what to do if your dog is stung by a bee. 

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