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Discovering Heartworm Disease in Dogs

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Heartworm. It's more than just a buzzword you hear at your vet's office; it's a condition that could impact your dog's health and happiness for the rest of their lives. Every dog, from the tiniest Chihuahua to the towering Great Dane, is at risk of heartworm disease. Geography plays a role, with areas having high mosquito popula...

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Senior Dog Care: A Focus on Silver Snouts and Aging Dog Wellness

Dogs

As our loyal companions enter their golden years, their care needs evolve, and as a dedicated veterinarian, I'm here to guide you through this journey. Aging is a natural process, and with it comes changes that may affect your dog's health, behavior, and overall quality of life. But fear not, with the right support and care, you...

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A Veterinarian’s Guide To Cushing Disease In Dogs

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Cushing's disease, also known as hyperadrenocorticism, is a condition that has both puzzled and concerned dog owners for years. It's a disorder characterized by the overproduction of cortisol by the adrenal glands. This hormone, cortisol, plays a critical role in managing stress, weight, infection, and blood sugar levels. It hel...

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All About Lyme Disease

Dogs

Lyme disease is a bacterial infection that affects both humans and dogs. It’s prevalent in many areas of the United States, particularly in the Northeast, Midwest, and Pacific Coast. With summer approaching and our furry companions spending more time outdoors, understanding Lyme disease and how to protect your dog becomes even m...

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A Fungus Among Us: Mushroom Ingestion in Dogs

Dogs

Mushroom ingestion by animals is dangerous, causing toxicities that can progress from severe to deadly in a matter of hours. While strolling through the woods or even in your backyard, your pet might encounter these intriguing “pseudo-plants” and cause unexpected dangers to our canine companions. Today we delve into a topic that...

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Unleashing Good Behavior: When’s the Right Time for Dog Training?

Dogs

We all love a dog who can shake, speak, and roll over, but good behavior goes much deeper than party tricks. Today, we'll tackle pieces of the transformative journey of dog training. As a veterinarian with years of experience, I've seen the difference that timely and effective training can make in the lives of dogs and their fa...

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Uncovering Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome in Dogs

Dogs

In the world of dogs, brachycephalic breeds, with their distinctive smooshed faces, have captured the hearts of many. Their popularity, especially that of the French Bulldog, now reigning as the most beloved breed in the United States, is undeniable. The quirky snorts and snores we love in brachycephalic dogs, like Bulldogs and ...

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Brought my baby ferret here, Dr. Sam was awesome about letting me ask all of my questions and giving me direct answers (really bothers me when we see a vet for our cats and can’t get clear answers).

Katie Martin

The staff and doctors were extremely helpful and kind. I feel confident in their ability to diagnose and treat my puppies. I’m so thankful they were referred to me by a friend.

Patty Sisson

Most caring and helpful Vet ever. The staff are amazing and are so wonderful with all pets. They take amazing care of my two fur babies. I wouldn’t trust my two pups with anyone else. You can really tell how much the love animals.

Jean Hamilton

By far the best vet I have ever been to! We just moved to the area and by some horrible chance had two pet emergencies in our first month with my pets, Moose and Thor. Not only did they get us in same day..

Joe R

Incredibly grateful to the staff of University Animal Clinic. We have been a customer for over 20 years. They were able to take care of our dog Duke today for an unscheduled appointment for UTI. Couldn’t imagine going to anybody else.

Ellen Wolak

Very welcoming right from the moment I made the first appointment. Due to the COVID virus, I could not go in with my cat to see the vet but she called me and we had a great conversation. They took some blood and a few days later the vet called me with the results.

Cara Pabis

Awesome reptile vet! I thought there was a problem with my bearded dragon so I made an app to bring him in. Dr. Sara was knowledgeable, professional, and down to earth. UAC is clean and doesn’t smell like urine whatsoever. I love coming here and will continue to bring my pets here.

Tresha Keener

This was Tanks first visit and will be his only vet from now on!!! They were helpful, informative and friendly!! Thanks to everyone who works there!!! Tank had a great experience!

Dean Gibson

Yesterday was our first visit to this clinic. I brought my 6 year old Goffin Cockatoo Chance in for a wellness check and nail trim and also to discuss her ongoing feather plucking issues. Dr. Leigh Samanowitz was Amazing as were all the staff.

Margie Bauer

We’ve always had a great experience at University Animal Clinic. The doctors and team are all very knowledgeable and friendly. They get back to you in a timely manner and work with you when it comes to scheduling appointments.

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