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Animal Dental

Caring for your pet’s teeth is just as important as caring for your own. We at Cole Veterinary Hospital recommend evaluating your pet’s teeth every year. Approximately 70-80% of pets show signs of dental disease by the age of three. Advanced animal dental disease can lead to infection and tooth loss, and also have effects on the heart, liver, and kidneys…
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Animal Surgery

Here at Cole Veterinary Hospital, we utilize state of the art monitoring equipment during all of our anesthetic procedures for animal surgery. Our Licensed Veterinary Technicians are side by side with the Veterinarian, ensuring your pet is closely monitored throughout his or her entire surgical procedure…
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Animal Vaccinations

It is very important to have an animal vaccination program in place with your veterinarian in order to promote the health and safety of your pet. Vaccinations have been proven to be an effective part of the preventative health care for your four-legged friend…
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Cat and Dog Hair Loss

Cat and dog hair loss can occur due to a number of different reasons. Your four-legged friend may be allergic to something in his environment, to a food he is eating or may be experiencing an allergic reaction to a bug bite or parasite that is living on or in him…
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Cat Fleas

Cat fleas are the most common external parasite of companion animals. In addition to causing itching and other skin problems, fleas can transmit diseases to animals and people. The majority of the flea population (i.e. eggs, larvae, and pupae) are found off the pet and around the home. Before this condition gets out of control, take preventative measures by…
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Cat Ticks

During the spring, summer and fall months when the grass is tall and the weather is warm, ticks flourish. They will actually wait for an unsuspecting victim, which will more than likely be your cat or dog. However, they can just as easily attach themselves to you. Cat ticks are very important to prevent because…
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Cat Worms

Your feline friend is at risk of becoming a carrier of internal parasites that could result in serious illness or possible death. Kittens, in particular, are most prone to cat worms because the can contract the parasite from their mother upon birth. Cats can be carriers of…
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Companion Laser Therapy

At Cole Veterinary Hospital, we have the ability to utilize a Class IV Laser to enhance your dog or cat’s treatment plan. This Class IV Laser Therapy machine is a nonsurgical, drug free, and noninvasive treatment that can…
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Dog Fleas

Dog fleas are the most common external parasite of companion animals. In addition to causing itching and other skin problems, fleas can transmit diseases to animals and people. The majority of the flea population (i.e. eggs, larvae, and pupae) are found off the pet and around the home. Before this condition gets out of control…
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Dog Ticks

During the spring, summer and fall months when the grass is tall and the weather is warm, ticks flourish. The will actually nest and wait for an unsuspecting victim, which will more than likely by your cat or dog. However, they can just as easily attach themselves to you as well. Dog ticks are very important to get rid of because…
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Dog Worms

Dog worms may be a common condition, but they can potentially be quite dangerous for dogs of all breeds and ages. In particular, puppies are most at risk. There are various types of dog worms such as…
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Spay and Neuter

There are several reasons to either spay or neuter your pet regardless of whether or not you plan on housing him inside or outside. One reason to have this procedure completed is to reduce the amount of behavioral issues that arise in pets…
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Ultrasounds

Sometimes, blood tests and x-rays do not give us enough information to tell you what is wrong with your cat or dog. At Cole Veterinary Hospital, we have a state-of-the-art ultrasound machine which we can use to further evaluate your pet’s internal organs…
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Wellness Exams

During a wellness exam, our veterinary team will start out by taking your pet’s weight, temperature, heart rate, and breathing rate. We will get a complete history of your pet including eating habits, exercise, behavior, and any concerns you may have. Our veterinarians will perform a comprehensive examination of your pet from nose to tail. We will evaluate your pet’s health history to determine if your pet is in need of our “routine” care, such as heartworm testing, parasite prevention, and vaccines…
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Saginaw MI Dog Getting an Ultrasound

Ultrasounds

Sometimes, blood tests and x-rays do not give us enough information to tell you what is wrong with your cat or dog.
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Saginaw MI Doctor Holding a Dog

Vaccinations

It is very important to have an animal vaccination program in place with your veterinarian in order to promote the health and safety of your pet.
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Saginaw MI Cat Examination

Wellness Exams

Early detection and management of health problems will help to ensure that your pet will love a long, healthy and active life.
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