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Another Bump in the Road

Another Bump in the Road

Have you ever noticed a mass or lump on your dog or cat? Masses can develop anytime in a pet’s life and become somewhat more common as they age. Masses can be benign (non-cancerous) or malignant (cancerous), and it is often difficult to tell the difference just by...

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Is Your Pet Having Trouble Getting Up?

Is Your Pet Having Trouble Getting Up?

As our pets age, they may start experiencing some trouble walking, getting up in the mornings, or not running and playing as much as they used to. He/she can possibly be suffering from joint issues. But don’t you worry, we can help your pet and you during this time....

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Dr. Google

Dr. Google

We now live in an “I want it now” age. We get our news online; we shop online, a lot of you even read the newspaper online. I went to an interesting seminar about the new power of the internet about 2 weeks ago. It really opened my eyes as to the reach of the internet...

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6 Tips to Be a Responsible Dog Owner

6 Tips to Be a Responsible Dog Owner

September is Responsible Dog Ownership Month, so this is an excellent time to ensure you are keeping your dog happy and healthy. When you decided to become a dog owner, you committed to providing for them, including their dietary, medical, physical, and psychological...

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September is Senior Pet Health Month

September is Senior Pet Health Month

When we bring that cute little puppy or kitten home, it’s hard to fathom that they will eventually turn into adults and then into seniors. Watching our pets grow older is inevitable but is still one of the harder parts of being a pet parent. As our pets age, there are...

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How To Protect Your Pets from Heartworm Disease

How To Protect Your Pets from Heartworm Disease

Dr. Stephanie Hunter from Express Vets Kennesaw helps you understand Heartworm Disease and how to protect your pets. Pictured is Dr. Stephanie Hunter (Express Vets Kennesaw) with her patient, Skye, who is having Heartworm Disease treatments.  Did you know…Heartworms...

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When Hairballs Can Signal a Serious Issue

When Hairballs Can Signal a Serious Issue

Cat owners can tell you that hairballs are part of having a feline companion. Yet, excessive hairballs are not normal. They could be a sign of a problem.  Small piles of vomit mixed with fur are often mistaken for hairballs, so owners aren't concerned about a possible...

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COVID-19 and Your Pet: Three Things to Know

COVID-19 and Your Pet: Three Things to Know

Understandably, the COVID-19 crisis has stirred up concerns about caring for pets. Here are three things we want you to know to help keep you and your pets safe and healthy. #1: Rely on reputable sources for current COVID-19 information While you can turn to Facebook...

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COVID-19

COVID-19

Watch A Message Regarding COVID-19We here at Express Vets are taking the Coronavirus, COVID-19 very seriously. We understand that we are the health care providers for your beloved pets, and we need to keep our doors open during this difficult time. We take this...

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