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  • Why Overweight is Dangerous in Dogs
    Being Overweight is Dangerous for Dogs Just like humans, excessive weight can cause many problems for dogs. At Animal Health Care Center in Madison, we provide pet nutrition and pet diagnostics Read more
  • Is Pet Insurance Worth it?
    Pet insurance is a relatively new product that functions much like a health insurance policy for your pet. Prices for these policies are usually dependent on the age, health, and Read more
  • The Benefits of Annual Pet Dental Checkups
    About 80% of dogs and 70% of cats have periodontal disease by the time they are three years old. Pet dental checkups and dental cleanings every year not only protect Read more
  • Pet Dental For Preventative Care
    Preventative Dental Care at Animal Health Care Center As a pet owner, you probably are dedicated to staying on top of your pet's overall health. However, pets owners often fail to Read more
  • Fall Pet Allergies
    When the leaves start to change colors and fall to the ground here in Madison, we expect to see an increase in appointments for pet allergies here at Animal Health Read more
  • Preventative Care for Dogs
    When you visit Animal Health Care Center in Madison, our veterinarians will create an ongoing plan of action to maintain your dog’s health. With preventative care in place, you can Read more
  • Declawing Cats: Examining the Pros and Cons
    Pros and Cons of Declawing Cats Declawing is a procedure that involves removing a cat’s natural claws. The surgery requires removing the joints at the tips of a cat’s toes, which Read more
  • What Is the Best Age for Your Pet to Be Spayed or Neutered by a Veterinarian?
    It is important to spay and neuter your pet for a variety of reasons. However, a common question posed by residents of Madison, AL is: what is the best age Read more
  • An Emerging Link Between Grain-Free Diets and Canine Heart Disease
    Between late 2016 and early 2017, veterinary cardiologists began noticing a trend that linked grain-diets and heart disease in dogs. In July of 2018 the FDA released a public notification Read more
  • Preventing Ear Infections
    As spring ramps up in North Alabama we see an increase in patients presenting with ear infections. In both dogs and cats, these infections come in three forms:Otitis externa (the Read more

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