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What You Should Know About Zoonotic Parasites and Your Pet

What You Should Know About Zoonotic Parasites and Your Pet

Your pet likely wants to give you a lot of love, cuddles, and kisses, but they don't mean to give you parasites! Zoonotic parasites can be transmitted from pets to people. Learn more about how your pets come to get these pests and a few common examples of them.  Some...

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Myths of Heartworm Pet Owners Should Know

Myths of Heartworm Pet Owners Should Know

Heartworm disease has been diagnosed in dogs in all 50 states, yet a few misconceptions still circulate about this parasitic condition. The best way to keep your furry friend safe from this disease transmitted through mosquito bites is to separate fact...

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COVID-19: What We Want Pet Owners to Know

COVID-19: What We Want Pet Owners to Know

We understand that the COVID-19 pandemic might cause worry and questions about how to keep your pet safe. We've compiled these three facts to help you and your pet stay safe and healthy during this unprecedented time.#1: Rely on reputable sources for...

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Walking Your Dog in Messy Spring Conditions

Walking Your Dog in Messy Spring Conditions

Winter is giving way to spring, and this time of seasonal transition means erratic weather. Here are our tips for staying as mess-free as possible when walking your dog.#1: Check the forecast before walking your dogDreary, gray skies can hide oncoming...

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Coronavirus Information

Coronavirus Information

In light of all the news regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, we wanted to share some information with you. Due to the recent COVID-19 outbreak we ask that if you are experiencing flu-like symptoms or a fever to stay home if possible. We are happy to...

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Spring Parasite Prevention

Spring Parasite Prevention

Fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes are hardy pests, but they enjoy warmer temperatures as much as we do and will be making their spring-time surge as the temperature climbs. Keep these parasites from feasting on your pet, and transmitting potentially...

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What are Feline Odontoclastic Resorptive Lesions?

What are Feline Odontoclastic Resorptive Lesions?

Over 70% of cats over the age of five are estimated to have suffered from at least one feline odontoclastic resorptive lesion (FORL). Learn more about what this unique dental condition is. FORLs appear at or near the tooth base. Although the exact cause is unknown,...

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Is Your Cat Going Outside of the Litter Box?

Is Your Cat Going Outside of the Litter Box?

Has your cat been missing the litter box? It could be because she has feline idiopathic cystitis (FIC). Read more about this urinary condition.Feline idiopathic cystitis signsFIC can develop without any obvious underlying cause, and more than one...

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Emotional Distress and Health Issues in Pets

Emotional Distress and Health Issues in Pets

Humans have experienced firsthand how our emotional well-being can impact our physical health. The same goes for our pets. Furry friends who experience distress can be more susceptible to certain health issues. Here are four examples.#1: Excessive...

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4 Tips for Easing Your Pet’s Stiff Joints in Cold Weather

4 Tips for Easing Your Pet’s Stiff Joints in Cold Weather

Wintertime can mean increased discomfort for arthritic pets. They tend to suffer more during cold weather. Help soothe your pet's stiffness during the cold season with the following tips.#1: Provide firm bedding near heat sourcesAlthough soft, fluffy beds...

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AEH is staffed with a doctor after-hours Monday through Friday and 24 hours on weekends and Holidays.

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1148 E. Bristol Rd.
Burton, MI 48529

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Phone: (810) 238-7557
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If you are concerned about any symptoms that your pet may be experiencing, please call (810) 238-7557. We recommend that all concerns warrant an exam and consultation with a veterinarian.