Warning Signs for Cancer in Your Pet

With the advancements that have been made in early recognition, diagnosis, and treatment, pets have a better chance of receiving successful treatment for cancer than they did in the past. Cancer is one of the most common causes of death in pets today, which is why it is essential as a pet owner to understand the warning signs of cancer. Continue reading

Keeping your Dog Hydrated This Summer

As many of us know, it is recommended for humans to get at least eight glasses of water per day to stay hydrated and healthy. But what about your pet? Are they drinking enough water each day? It’s important to understand how much water your pet needs, especially with the hotter temperatures of summer in full swing, to keep them healthy.

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January is Pet Dental Health Month

Good dental hygiene is a crucial part of maintaining your pet’s overall health. Although pets don’t tend to get cavities, they are at risk for other dental issues such as periodontal or gum disease, making it the number one ailment found in both cats and dogs. Therefore, it is essential for pet owners to include dental care in their animal’s veterinary routine. Continue reading

Holiday Hazards for Your Pet

With the holiday season upon us, it is time to begin the various festivities of the holidays. From shopping to family gatherings, the holidays can be a busy time for you and your family.  Don’t let all the hustle and bustle of the holiday season make you forget about all the pet-proofing measures you take throughout the year to keep your pet safe. Continue reading

Tips for Training My Kitten

Some people may think that cats are untrainable, but that is not the case. Felines are highly intelligent animals and can be taught a range of behaviors.  It is important to begin training your kitten as soon as you bring them home. This will give them the best chance to thrive and fit in with your family.

At Animal Medical Center of Streetsboro, we have put together a few tips to help you get started training your kitten!

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