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  • When Should Your Pet Have Its Teeth Cleaned?
    Dental hygiene is just as important for pets as it is for humans. Dental care is a vital part of your pet’s veterinary care. At Trilby Animal Hospital in Toledo, Read more
  • Pet Vaccinations FAQs
    Pet Vaccinations FAQ At Trilby Animal Hospital, we have years of experience providing Toledo residents with reliable veterinary care. This includes pet vaccinations. Having your pet vaccinated is an important part Read more
  • Keeping Your Pets Safe from Holiday Decorations
    Keeping Your Pets Safe During the Holidays The holiday season can be a wonderful time for both you and your pet. However, it is important to be aware of the risks Read more
  • Common Causes Of Pet Cough
    Common Causes of Pet Cough Your pet brings you lots of joy and laughter, but your pet can make you feel worried when it gets sick. A cough is annoying for Read more
  • Helping Your Pet With Their Pet Allergies
    Helping Your Pet with Their Pet Allergies We are used to people having various allergies, including being allergic to pets. However, pets also have some allergies of their own. It may Read more
  • Is Your Pet Suffering from Seasonal Allergies?
    Is Your Pet Suffering from Seasonal Allergies? Seasonal allergies are nothing to sneeze at when it comes to your pets. If left untreated, pet allergies will make your canine and feline Read more
  • Pet Overheating
    Pet Overheating: A Serious Concern In the summertime, the heat can get to all of us. When it's the hottest time of the year, don't forget about your pets and their Read more
  • Proper Diet to Maintain Good Pet Health
    Diets for Good Pet Health When it comes to great health for your pet, a balanced diet that is highly nutritious is vital for keeping your pet healthy. If you are Read more
  • Did you know we treat Exotic and Pocket Pets
    Did You Know We Treat Exotic and Pocket Pets? Pets are part of our family and making sure that you are taking care of them can help elongate their lives and Read more
  • How to Prepare For Your First Road Trip With Your Pet Description
    How to Prepare For Your First Road Trip With Your Pet Taking your pets along on a road trip can be a lot of fun for you and your animals. If Read more
  • Signs your Pet has Allergies
    Signs your Pet has Allergies Just like humans, pets are susceptible to seasonal allergies. In fact, allergies are common among pets and in most situations, they can be easily treated. The Read more
  • Follow These Pet Tips to Prevent Your Pet from Getting Heat Stroke
    Follow These Pet Tips to Prevent Your Pet from Getting Heat Stroke It is very important to note that dogs and cats can suffer from heat stroke.  Our feline and canine Read more
  • The Importance of Vaccinating Your Pets
    Vaccinating your pet is one of the best ways to protect his health. Pet vaccines stimulate your pet’s immune system to fight against life threatening diseases like rabies, distemper, hepatitis, Read more
  • Importance of Spaying/Neutering Your Pet
    Spaying/Neutering Your Pet As a pet owner, it’s your choice whether to spay or neuter your pet. This procedure isn’t mandatory; however, it does have benefits for both your pet and Read more
  • Common Pet Problems
    Common Pet Problems Pets are fun and loving companions. At the same time, they’re a lot of work, especially when it comes to health care. Common pet problems can turn into Read more

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