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Canine Atopic Dermatitis Bucks County Veterinary Hospital

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Is your dog licking his paws, scratching at his ears and shaking his head?  Canine Atopic Dermatitis is an extremely common problem affecting virtually all dog breeds.  It is also a manageable disease and one that can severely impact your dog’s quality of life. If you suspect your dog has an allergy we recommend making an appointment with your veterinarian.

Always Happy To See Dr. Leeb

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Pet Dental Care Bucks County Veterinary Hospital

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A veterinarian can perform Dental procedures of examining, cleaning, and extracting teeth. Veterinary technicians, under the supervision of the veterinarian, may also perform dental procedures for cleaning and polishing. Similar to what you experience during your visit to the dentist, a veterinarian will evaluate your pet’s oral health.

Vaccinations Are An Essential Part Of Your Cat’s Preventative Healthcare

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Bensalem Pet Microchipping Veterinarian

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Microchip implants are a non-invasive procedure for dogs and cats of all ages. The microchips used for pet identification are about the size of a grain of rice. When a microchip scanner is passed over the pets shoulder, the microchip sends a signal that transmits the chip’s ID number, which is used to check a database which will identify the pet’s owner. Lasting a lifetime, microchips function as a permanent form of identification for your pet.

Feline Lower Urinary Tract Disease Veterinarian Bucks County, PA

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If you notice your cat is straining to Urinate, urinating blood, urinating in unusual places, or excessively licking at the urinary opening, it is strongly recommended to schedule an appointment with one of our World of Animals Veterinary Hospital doctors to help diagnose and treat your pet’s painful condition.

Dog Leptospirosis Veterinarian In Bucks County, PA

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Leptospirosis is a bacteria that can cause serious illness in dogs.  The bacteria is most commonly found in warm, moist environments, particularly stagnant or slow moving water. If you think your pet may have leptospirosis, an immediate consultation with a veterinarian is recommended as leptospirosis is a serious disease.

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