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Here, our Clovis veterinary team shares helpful information and advice to keep your pets healthy and happy throughout their life. 

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Different Antibiotics in Cat Eye Infection Treatment

From bacterial or viral infections to serious injuries and underlying conditions, a host of issues can cause eye infections in cats. The cause of your cat's specific infection will determine which treatment your veterinarian recommends. Our Clovis veterinary ophthalmologists share some common treatments for eye infections in cats in this post. 

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Most Common Cat Food Allergies

Most Common Cat Food Allergies

Some cats may have allergies to certain foods. This can cause skin itchiness, vomiting, or diarrhea. Today, our Clovis veterinarians will discuss food allergies in cats, the symptoms, and what you can do to help.

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Signs of Pain in Cats & What Can Help

Signs of Pain in Cats & What Can Help

To provide your cat with all the care they need to live a long and healthy life, it's important to be able to spot the signs of pain early and know what to do. Below, our Clovis vets offer some advice on how to tell if your cat is in pain, and what you can do to help.

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Signs of Pneumonia in Cats

Signs of Pneumonia in Cats

Pneumonia in cats is an inflammation of the lungs and airways that can occur for a number of reasons. Today, our Clovis vets explain a little more about the causes, symptoms, and treatment for pneumonia in cats.

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Ear Hematoma Surgery in Dogs: Procedure & Recovery

Ear Hematoma Surgery in Dogs: Procedure & Recovery

An ear hematoma is a painful lump in or around your dog's ear. When your dog has an ear hematoma, one of the vets at Clovis is going to explain what it is and why surgery might be the best thing for your pet.

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Symptoms of Parvovirus in Cats

Symptoms of Parvovirus in Cats

Nothing is scarier for a pet parent than witnessing their cat fall ill, especially when facing a life-threatening disease like parvo. Our vets at Clovis provide crucial information about parvovirus and guide you in ensuring your cat's safety.

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How to Take Care of a Senior Dog: Tips & Advice

How to Take Care of a Senior Dog: Tips & Advice

As your dog ages, there are a number of things to keep in mind when it comes to the health and well-being of a senior dog. Our Clovis vets explain senior dogs, their needs, and what you can do to help your canine companion stay healthy and happy throughout their golden years.

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Rabies in Dogs

Rabies in Dogs

Curious about rabies in dogs? Wondering if it can be treated and if vaccinating your dog guarantees full protection? Our Clovis vets answer these and other questions in today's blog.  

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Kitten Eye Infection: Causes & Treatments

Kitten Eye Infection: Causes & Treatments

A kitten can get eye infections when they're around 8 and 14 days old, and their eyes start to open. There are multiple causes of eye infections, but homeless kittens and barn cats seem to get these infections more often, as noted by our Clovis vets.

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Signs Your Pet Needs Emergency Care & What To Do

Signs Your Pet Needs Emergency Care & What To Do

Pets often conceal their pain and sickness, making it tough to know if they require urgent attention. In this article, our Clovis vets discuss the indicators that indicate your pet needs emergency veterinary care, along with the steps to take during a veterinary emergency.

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