Common Garden Items That Are Toxic To Pets

It’s finally Spring, and as it thaw begins, many of us will be heading outside to get our yards into their best shape. But, if your pets spend time in the yard, too, beware some of the common outdoor items that could be toxic. As you get your landscaping in order, be...

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Why Does My Cat Throw Up So Much?

We get asked a lot - why does my cat throw up so much? Today, we want to explore why cat's vomit, what it means, and how it can be treated if it becomes a problem. The most common reason for cat throw up is regurgitation - them eating or drinking too quickly. However,...

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Just Like You, Your Pet Can Fracture Their Teeth

Have you ever bitten into something hard and cracked a tooth? It happens to the best of us. While we always remind you of how important proper dental care is for your pet, we also wanted to tell you of the risks of fractured teeth. Of course, we also want to remind...

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Show Your Pet Love With Something Other Than Treats

Our pets are like family, and just as much as we like to spoil the humans in our lives, we also love to spoil our pets. Whether it's a wrapper opening across the house or the cabinet where their treats are held being open, our pets know how to tug at our heartstrings...

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Regular Dental Cleanings Are So Important For Your Pet

According to the American Veterinary Dental Society, 70% of adult cats and 80% of adult dogs show symptoms of oral disease. Around here, we take it very seriously! Over time, bacteria lead to plaque and tartar buildup on your pet’s teeth. The result is bad breath,...

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Keeping Your Pet Safe When The Temperature Drops

As the temperatures drop (especially at night) here in Oxford, it's important to take extra precautions to keep your pet safe. We've given tips on cold weather safety before, but we have some more tips we think can benefit you and your furry family. First and...

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How To Brush Your Dog’s Teeth

Good dental care for pets not only keeps them from having bad breath and toothaches, but studies also show that it can prevent more serious illnesses. Over time, bacteria lead to plaque and tartar buildup on your pet’s teeth. The result is bad breath, reddened gums,...

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What You Need To Know About Kennel Cough

As the holiday season approaches and families plan everything from weekend getaways to weeklong vacations to visit family and friends, many will also plan on taking their furry family members to boarding facilities and doggie daycares. But, if your pup will be...

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We’re Celebrating Our Veterinary Technicians

If you've ever been to Oxford Veterinary Hospital, you know we have a team of people that are dedicated to our pet's health. In fact, you can get to know our veterinary team on our About page by clicking here! You can learn fun facts about Dr. Taylor like the fact...

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