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Simple Steps for Improved Pet Dental Care

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If you want to ensure a lifetime of good health for your Greenbrae, Corte Madera, San Anselmo, San Rafael, West Marin or Larkspur pet, start with his mouth. Dental hygiene is an easy and important means of preventing tooth decay, gum disease and bacterial infections. Here are some recommendations from Redwood Pet Clinic:

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Tips to Keep Your Pet Cool

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Safety Warnings from Our Greenbrae Veterinarians

Pets, like humans need to be kept cool in warm weather. They run the risk of overheating, getting dehydrated and developing heat stroke if they are not properly hydrated and cooled. Redwood Pet Clinic in Greenbrae and our Redwood veterinarian reminds pet owners of the importance of keeping animals cool which can prevent pet emergencies. Some signs of overheating or heat stroke include: heavy panting, rapid heartbeat, difficulty breathing, excessive thirst, profuse saliva and lack of coordination.

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Keep Your Pets Protected with Vaccinations

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Pet vaccinations are a primary component of responsible pet ownership. Immunizations are designed to prevent dogs and cats from the onset of certain diseases — some of which can be deadly.  Furthermore, vaccinations are highly affordable and are far cheaper than the expenses associated with animal hospital care later down the road.

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A Guide to At-Home Pet Grooming

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Your Top Questions Answered!

Greenbrae pet grooming tips provided by veterinary clinicAt-home pet grooming is a wonderful way to bond with your pet while keeping his coat healthy and shiny. If your dog or cat receives professional Greenbrae pet grooming services, then at-home touch-ups are also an easy way to keep his coat looking great.

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What Sets Us Apart

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If you are looking for experienced veterinarians in Larkspur, Corte Madera, San Rafael, Kentfield, San Anselmo, the short drive is worth having your pets attended by Drs. Manchester, Rabbie and Fitzgerald.

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