The Reverse Sneeze in Dogs and Other Alarming Pet Noises

A dog in the middle of a reverse sneeze.

Pets make noise, and some pets are louder than others. Sometimes they can make some pretty strange sounds, though, and it can be hard to know whether to be worried. 

The reverse sneeze in dogs can be a worrisome event that our team at Animal Medical Hospital & 24 Hour Urgent Care often gets questions about. Here’s the most important information you’ll need to know on reverse sneezing, goose honking, and other strange noises that your pet might make. 

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Breathe Easy Understanding Asthma in Dogs

A closeup of the nose of a dog with asthma.

Pet emergencies can be distressing, especially when they involve your pet’s ability to breathe. While there are many different causes of respiratory problems in our pet patients, you can be assured that Animal Medical Hospital & 24 Hour Urgent Care is equipped to diagnose and handle all kinds of scenarios. 

Many respiratory problems that we see appear similarly to how one might envision asthma in dogs. While true asthma is not something that is often seen in dogs, there are definitely diseases that might seem consistent with it. Understanding these worrisome canine conditions can help pet owners spot trouble quickly and seek help early, before it becomes a true emergency.

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If Your Pet Depends On Medication, Medical Boarding Offers Peace of Mind

A person carries their cat in a cat carrier.

A common quandary facing pet owners is what to do with their pets when they leave town. There are many pros and cons to measure, and careful consideration of all of a pet’s needs is necessary before deciding. Hiring a pet sitter is the preference of many, especially if there aren’t specific or intensive care requirements. Owners can also choose between dozens of reputable boarding facilities that offer grooming, play time, and other enrichment opportunities. 

However, for a pet with specific health care needs there is no match for medical boarding.

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Our Stiff Standards For Boarding Pets With Arthritis

An older dog with arthritis lies in the grass.

You want only the best for your beloved pets, and when it comes to leaving them in someone else’s care, your standards should be sky high. Especially when your pet requires special care, Animal Medical Hospital & 24 Hour Urgent Care’s medical boarding facilities are there to exceed your expectations. We are equipped to provide the best possible care for pets with all sorts of needs, but boarding for pets with arthritis is our specialty.

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Boarding For Chemotherapy Patients You Can Count On

A vet uses a stethoscope on a dog.

When it comes to boarding pets at Animal Medical Hospital & 24 Hour Urgent Care, we take ourselves pretty seriously. You have entrusted us with one of your most precious possessions, and we fully intend to treat them as such. 

The same care extends to our medical boarding patients. Whether you need us to care for a pet with diabetes or a special senior citizen while you are away, our team is here for your pet’s needs. If you need help with your pet with cancer while you are away, we are also able to help. Our boarding for chemotherapy patients and other pets with cancer is something you can count on.

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Medical Boarding Benefits Pets In More Ways Than One

A dog in an e-collar.
Happy young dog with veterinary collar also called elizabethan after surgery

Preparing your pet for surgery is an undertaking all on its own, but it pales in comparison to post-operative care. Recovering from surgery can be incredibly difficult for both pets and their people, but it doesn’t have to be! WIth medical boarding options at Animal Medical Hospital & 24 Hour Urgent Care, pets receive all the time and attention they need to bounce back. Plus, with a dedicated staff, you can rest assured that if any problems arise, we will tend to them quickly. 

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No Shame for Our Medical Boarding Pets With Urinary Issues

A cat in a diaper.

At Animal Medical Hospital & 24 Hour Urgent Care, we know that leaving your pet behind when you go out of town can be stressful under any circumstance. They are your family too, and you want them to have the best of care.

When you have pets with medical problems, things can become even more complicated. That is why we offer quality medical boarding services for animals with all sorts of needs and issues, including boarding for pets with urinary issues. 

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Taking the Nerves Out Of Things With Our Boarding For Epileptic Pets

A pomeranian in a carry-on bag.

No matter how much you wish that your pet could accompany you on your endeavors in life, sometimes they need to stay behind. It can be hard enough to board your pet, but when you have a pet with special medical needs it can be even more difficult. 

At Animal Medical Hospital & 24 Hour Urgent Care we offer medical boarding to help owners with furry family members that have special needs. When it comes to boarding for epileptic pets, we have you covered.

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Why You Should Be Sweet On Our Boarding for Diabetic Pets

A dog looks at the camera against a yellow background.

When it comes to having to leave your pet behind while you get on with human life, it can be hard. It is even harder when your pet has special medical needs. That’s why at Animal Medical Hospital & 24 Hour Urgent Care we offer medical boarding for those animals that need a little extra care.  

While we are willing and able to take care of pets with just about any sort of medical problem, we are very well-versed in the day to day care of diabetic patients. When you need boarding for diabetic pets, you can breathe a little sigh of relief that your sugar baby is in good hands.

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Pet Stress Can Be Tricky, but Not When You Know What to Look For

A cat licks its nose.

Pets are highly sensitive to their people, fellow animals, and their surroundings. You can see it in the way they react in public places, or when strangers enter their home. 

But sometimes pet stress can have a cause that we cannot readily see, such as an undiagnosed health condition. Knowing what causes pet stress is important. The ability to recognize the signs of pain, discomfort, fear and anxiety is necessary for helping them through negative experiences.

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