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Spay Neuter…How old is to old?

At SpayXperts Spay Neuter Clinic in Moore, OK, we are frequently asked a handful of questions over and over again. So we decided to dedicate this blog to answering Spay Neuter FAQ’s.   Here are some we get several times a month… 1. My dog is already 10 years old. Is he/she too old to Continue Reading…

Spay Neuter Clinics, A Veterinary Trend?

Roughly one month ago, the New York Times published the article, “High Debt and Falling Demand Trap New Vets” followed shortly by, “The Financial Future of Veterinarians.” Both articles bring to light what veterinarians have felt creeping up for at least a decade. The economics of veterinary medicine don’t make sense! The high cost of veterinary Continue Reading…

Will Spay Neuter Calm My Pet?

I love my new puppy or kitten, but…I just wish he or she would calm down. Most of the time, owners have a new puppy or kitten that they adore, but they just can’t match their pet’s energy level. That’s because while you are away, they are saving up all their energy for when you Continue Reading…

Pregnant Cats in January?

Well, here we are in the dead of winter, and we have just seen our first two pregnant cats. This past week, we saw two pregnant cats, and one of them was barely six months old! Cats are supposed to be seasonal breeders coming into heat around February and continuing until late fall. The last Continue Reading…

New Puppy or Kitten? What you need to know…

If you’re a new pet owner, congratulations! Many people get new puppies or kittens this time of year. Being a pet owner is an exciting experience and one that can make life rich. So if your wondering what to do now, here’s what you need to know… Within the first week of owning a new Continue Reading…

Pre-op Bloodwork for My Dog or Cat?

We talk to a lot of pet owners who wonder, “Does my pet really need pre-op bloodwork?” That’s a great question and one that is difficult to answer because there are a lot of opinions and not enough facts. But before you click away, I think there is enough scientific evidence to help you decide Continue Reading…

Testicles haven’t dropped. How long do I wait?

The condition of undescended testicles is called cryptorchidism. During development, testicles descend from inside the abdomen through a canal in the inguinal region to the scrotum. It is not terribly uncommon for one testicle to get hung up somewhere along the way. It is very uncommon for neither testicle to reach the scrotum. In our Continue Reading…

Are you in Flea-nial?

Boy, this summer has been challenging for pet owners fighting parasites, especially fleas and ticks. We have seen more of our patients fighting flea and tick infestations than ever before. Early spring rains gave these parasites the advantage. Ticks are easier to spot, but fleas are more discrete. If your pet is itching, especially in Continue Reading…

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