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Ear Mites in Dogs and Cats

Ear mites are small parasites that live on an animal’s body, particularly in the ears of dogs and cats. Ear mites sustain themselves by eating skin cells, blood, and earwax. They deposit their waste (a dark, crusty debris) in the ear of the host animal. They also mate and produce eggs in the ear of the host. The mite’s entire life cycle is only about 3 weeks, and the mite spends its whole life on the animal. Ear mites are contagious to some other animals (for example, cats, dogs, and ferrets), but they are not contagious to humans.

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Equine Anesthesia

Anesthesia is useful for many veterinary procedures, including surgery, biopsy, radiography (obtaining x-rays), and dental procedures.

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Equine Botulism Vaccine

Many serious equine diseases, such as botulism, can be prevented through vaccination.

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Equine Colic

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Equine Dental Care

Good dental health is a vital component in the longevity and wellbeing of your horse.

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