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Common Skin Disorders in Dogs

Most Common Skin Disorders in Dogs and How to Treat Them Just like humans, dogs can suffer from a variety of skin disorders. Some of the most common include atopic dermatitis, contact dermatitis, seborrhea, and hot spots. While these conditions can be uncomfortable for your pup, there are a variety of treatment options available to

How to Kill Fleas on Puppies

How to Kill Fleas on Puppies

If a dog has fleas, then fleas will most certainly infect the puppies, as soon as they are born. This can be detrimental to the puppies and the mother, since fleas can carry tapeworm larvae or babies. If a puppy swallows a flea…

Chicks in a Box

Ever wonder where baby chicks come from?  You’ll be happy to know that baby chicks actually come in the mail. Once hatched, baby chickens have about 3 days worth of nourishment in their bodies. When you PRE-order baby chicks on the Internet, they are shipped almost immediately upon birth. They are shipped in special boxes,


WHY DO DOGS NEED DENTAL X-RAYS Dogs need dental x-rays for the same reason people need dental x-rays: To discover what is hidden from view. Pets cannot say “Hey Doc it hurts right over here”. Veterinarians must just stumble-upon a pet’s dental disease, sometimes with very little help from the patient. However, it is much

senior dog and veterinary pet care in Dunedin, Clearwater and Palm Harbor

Senior Dog Health

Just as elderly people need to be aware of health issues and visit their doctors more often, aging pets benefit from more frequent visits.

Bone Loss, and the argument for teeth cleaning

For a large part of the human population, cleaning of their pet’s teeth is considered a luxury.   It’s assumed that toys and treats can replace the need for regularly scheduled & routine maintenance, performed by a veterinary professional. Bone loss is something that nobody considers when they think about dental health. Pet owners consider cavities

Dog Dentist, Cat Dentist

At DAMC we have specialist veterinarians who focus on every area of your pet’s health. We have veterinarians who specialize in you pet’s teeth!

Bladder Stones in Dogs & Cats

Bladder stones in dogs and cats are more common than many pet owners are willing to accept.  However, there are things you can do to prevent them… or prevent them from returning. Most owners never suspect that their pet has bladder stones.  If they suspect a medical issue, the first thought is urinary tract infection.