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Fun Dog Facts for Kids

Fun Dog Facts for Kids

Dogs are great family companions. They will run and play with you all day and happily snuggle you at night. Did you know that there are many neat things about dogs? Today, our Southern Wisconsin vets offer up some fun dog facts that you can share with your kids.

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Ear Infection in Dogs

Ear Infection in Dogs

Your dog's ears are likely one of the cute features that you love about them, but did you know that the unique shape of the ear canal commonly leads to infections? Here, our vets in Southern Wisconsin share some information about how ear infections in dogs happen, the common symptoms and what you can do to prevent them from happening.

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Pet Eating Problems - Why Won't My Cat Eat?

Pet Eating Problems - Why Won't My Cat Eat?

Your cat is normally a good eater but today they barely touched their food leading you to wonder, 'Why won't my cat eat?'. Today, our Southern Wisconsin vets talk about the reasons why your cat is not eating and what you should do about it.

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How to Tell If My Cat Has a Broken Leg?

How to Tell If My Cat Has a Broken Leg?

Cats are known for running around and exploring their environments at every height. This means that they may sometimes end up in situations that result in an injury. Here, our Southern Wisconsin vets talk about signs that a cat may have a broken leg and what you should do if it happens.

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Why Won't My Dog Stop Shaking His Head: Should I Worry?

Why Won't My Dog Stop Shaking His Head: Should I Worry?

There are a number of reasons why your dog could be shaking their head from an infection to allergies and more. But what can you do to help your furry friend? In this post, our Southern Wisconsin vets talk about the reasons why your dog may be shaking their head and when you should schedule an examination.

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My Cat Sleeps Constantly: How much is too much and when should I worry?

My Cat Sleeps Constantly: How much is too much and when should I worry?

If you've ever spent time around a cat then you probably know that they love having naps! But have you ever wondered if your cat is sleeping too much? Our Southern Wisconsin vets answer some questions like 'Why do cats sleep so much?' and 'How much do cats sleep?'.

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Heavy Breathing & Panting in Cats

Heavy Breathing & Panting in Cats

While you may notice that your cat is breathing quicker than usual if they just finished running and playing but there are times when your kitty's heavy breaths might be concerning. Here, our vets at Badger Veterinary Hospital talk about the causes of heavy breathing or panting in cats and when you should seek veterinary care.

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Tetanus in Horses

Tetanus in Horses

Tetanus is a bacterial disease that is common in horses due to their active lifestyle and how much of their life they spend outdoors. Here, our Southern Wisconsin veterinarians share the symptoms of tetanus in horses, when to get your horse vaccinated for tetanus, and how you can help prevent your horse from contracting it.

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What is horse artificial insemination?

What is horse artificial insemination?

Are you considering breeding your prized mare and wondering what your options are for equine reproduction? Here, our Southern Wisconsin vets talk about horse breeding using equine artificial insemination, what to expect and how our veterinary hospital can help.

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Leptospirosis in Horses

Leptospirosis in Horses

Leptospirosis is a condition caused by bacteria infecting the mucous membrane of horses, becoming bacteremic and potentially affecting vital organs and functions. Here, Southern Wisconsin vets share some information about leptospirosis in horses, what the symptoms are and how it can be treated and prevented.

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