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If your pet is acting weird, it might have an adrenal disease. These conditions are prevalent in small animals, including dogs, rabbits, guinea pigs, and especially, ferrets. What happens is a gland begins producing either too much, or too little of certain hormones....read more
Has your pet swallowed something toxic? DO NOT MAKE YOUR PET VOMIT! This is one of the most common solutions suggested online for poisoned cats or dogs, but it could be deadly! Call CEDARCREST Animal Hospital at 540-943-7577 immediately if you believe that your pet...read more
Winter is here, and you are doing your best to stay cozy. But, what keeps you comfortable often isn't enough for your indoor exotic pets. If you own birds, reptiles, fish, or small mammals like ferrets and guinea pigs, you also have to watch out for big swings in...read more
Cats are the most popular pet in America. However, many owners do not take their pet to the veterinarian as often as they should. Maybe that is because most cats are on a 3-year vaccination schedule, so their owners don’t think to bring them in for an annual exam....read more
Heart disease does not just affect human beings; it can be a problem for our animal companions as well. Dogs and cats are prone to various types of heart disease, such as: Mitral valve insufficiency — If your pet’s mitral valve isn’t closing sufficiently between the...read more
The Shenandoah Valley has some of Virginia's most beautiful natural areas. However, be careful when letting your dogs frolic freely in outdoor bodies of water. Many species of wildlife—including raccoons, skunks, squirrels, opossums, and even livestock—carry a...read more
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