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Endoscopy for Diagnosing & Treating Digestive Issues in Pets

Endoscopy for Diagnosing & Treating Digestive Issues in Pets

If your pet is being scheduled for an endoscopy, the goal is to diagnose potential diseases or conditions inside your pet's digestive tract. Here, our Upland vets discuss the endoscopy procedure and how it can help detect issues in your pet's digestive tract.

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Diagnostic Tests for Pets

Diagnostic Tests for Pets

There are a number of diagnostic tests that can be used to pinpoint the cause of your pet's symptoms. Today our Upland vets explain some of the diagnostic tests available to help us determine the underlying causes of various health concerns in pets.

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ECG for Cats & Dogs

ECG for Cats & Dogs

In this post, our Upland vets discuss ECGs for dogs and cats, when your vet will order one and how to understand your pet's results.

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CT Scans for Dogs

CT Scans for Dogs

To help you understand why your four-legged family member may need a CT scan, our Upland vets explain how CT technology is used and what you should expect when you take your dog for diagnostic imaging. 

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X-Rays & CT Scans for Dogs & Cats

X-Rays & CT Scans for Dogs & Cats

CT scans, X-rays or other technologies are used if your pet is experiencing a known condition or certain symptoms in order to get a better look at their internal structures. Below, our Upland vets talk about what you can expect during your cat or dog's diagnostic imaging appointments and what x-rays, CT scans and more are used for.

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Anesthesia for Dogs

Anesthesia for Dogs

Most dogs are given anesthesia when they are spayed or neutered, and the majority of them will require it at least once throughout their lives. Our four-legged pets, like us, may require anesthesia as part of a surgery or procedure. Today, our Upland vets discuss what you should know about anesthesia for dogs.

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My Dog Stops Walking & Won't Move: What to Do

My Dog Stops Walking & Won't Move: What to Do

You and your dog are taking a walk on a beautiful day, but they stop suddenly and won't move. In this post, our vets in Upland list some reasons why this may happen and what you can do. 

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Dog Recovering from Surgery

Dog Recovering from Surgery

After your dog has had surgery, you can play a pivotal role in helping them fully recover. Attentive, diligent post-op care is essential to help them return to their daily routine as soon as possible. Today, our Upland vets share some tips for how to care for your dog during their recovery after surgery.

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Cat Blood Tests Results, Explained

Cat Blood Tests Results, Explained

Blood tests for cats are a valuable tool in most veterinary clinics. Our Upland vets explain why blood tests for cats are important and what each test result might mean.

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Dog Knee Surgery

Dog Knee Surgery

If your dog is suffering from a torn cranial cruciate ligament, knee surgery will likely be the most effective way to get your pooch up and running again. But which type of knee surgery is best for your dog? Our Upland vets discuss the options.

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