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To Spay Or Not To Spay? Reasons To Spay Or Neuter Your Dog

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Your puppy isn't exactly ready to become a mommy or a daddy. At least not yet. But that shouldn't stop you from starting a conversation with your vet about spaying or neutering your pet. Typically done between six and nine months of age, spay and neuter procedures have many different benefits for your pup.

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Handling The Heat: Make Sure Your Dog Is Safe

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Cat scan develop cavities and gum disease just like humans do. If you see any oWhen the summer heat spikes, you know how to keep yourself cool. You crank the air conditioning, enjoy time at the pool, drink cool drinks and turn on the fans. Too much exposure to heat can lead to medical emergencies. f these five signs coming from your cat that may be a clue that your cat's oral health is in bad shape.

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Yearly Check-Ups

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Since 1989, Animal Medical Center of Appleton has provided pets with dental care, examinations, surgery, vaccinations, and other veterinarian procedures.

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Is Your Parakeet Stressed Out? Signs To Watch For And How Your Vet Can Help

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The parakeet (fondly referred to as a "budgie" among pet owners) is the most common bird chosen as a pet. This friendly creature is colorful, playful and inexpensive to purchase, making it the ideal pet for children and adults alike. Parakeets can live up to 14 years, although many will live closer to a decade or so. The way you care for your own parakeet largely determines its overall health and lifespan. Fresh food and water, plenty of toys and a quiet place for rest can help your parakeet live a long and happy life. When your parakeet is unhappy and stressed out, it can cause a variety of health problems. Here are signs your parakeet is stressed, why it may be experiencing symptoms and what your vet can do about your little budgie's condition.

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Animal Medical Center of Appleton
322 Metro Drive
Appleton, WI 54913
Phone: 920-749-1717
Fax:
920-749-1085

Office Hours:
Monday, 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m.
Tuesday-Wednesday, 7:30 a.m.-7 p.m.
Thursday-Friday, 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Saturday, 8 a.m.-Noon
(Open Every Other Saturday. Please Call.)

Emergency After Hours Care:
Fox Valley Animal Referral Center
4706 New Horizons Blvd
Appleton, WI 54914
Phone:920-993-9193


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