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  • How to Prepare Your Pet for Surgery
    Preparing your pet for surgery is crucial for his or her safety and well-being throughout the process. Just like humans, pets require careful preparation to minimize risks and complications associated Read more
  • A Guide to Pet Poison Prevention
    A Guide to Pet Poison Prevention It is crucial to immediately contact your emergency veterinarian if you believe your pet is suffering from poisoning. Time is of the essence when poisons Read more
  • How to care for your pet post surgery
    At Danforth Animal Hospital, we pride ourselves on providing the best veterinary care for our furry companions. Our animal hospital in Oklahoma City offers a wide range of services, including Read more
  • Preparing Your Pet For Surgery
    Going into surgery, no matter how minor or insignificant, can be a stressful experience for you and your furry loved one. That is why you want a veterinarian that will Read more
  • Keeping Your Pets Safe from Fleas & Ticks
    One major responsibility of owning a pet is keeping them protected from parasites. Fleas and ticks are common, and if you're not careful as a pet parent, your dog or Read more
  • Protect Your Dog or Cat from Heartworm Disease
    Heartworm disease is a pretty common ailment for cats and dogs. This ailment is caused by long spaghetti-like worms inside the hearts of cats and dogs. The worms are spread Read more
  • Veterinary Service for Dog Skin Problems
    Dog skin problems are common, and they can cause discomfort and pain. While some conditions can easily be treated using home remedies, others may require a veterinarian from our animal Read more
  • Leptospirosis
    Several strains of Leptospira bacteria can cause leptospirosis. This disease is zoonotic, meaning it can spread from animals to humans. When humans are infected with leptospirosis, it generally causes flu-like Read more
  • Pet Eye Infections
    Symptoms of Pet Eye Infections Have you noticed your pet's eye looks a little concerning? Maybe it's something obvious like swelling, or something less suspicious like a watery eye. The first Read more
  • Gastrointestinal Issues in Cats
    Cats can experience digestive issues. These gastrointestinal problems can lead to serious health-related issues if left untreated. For instance, a problem with repeated emesis episodes can lead to rotten teeth Read more
  • Common Household Items That Are Poisonous to Your Cat
    Having a pet can be a lot of fun, but it can be surprising when you realize just how much inside your home can harm the pet. You have to Read more
  • Heatstroke in Dogs & Cats: Prevent Your Pet from Overheating
    Heatstroke is a serious concern in the warm weather for both cats and dogs. It is imperative to prevent your pet from overheating. By following a few pet tips carefully, Read more
  • What you need to know about Spay and Neuter
    Spaying or neutering your pet is an important part of preventative care. These procedures are routine and have many benefits for your pet. At Danforth Animal Hospital, our veterinary team Read more
  • Why Is My Dog Vomiting?
    It is not uncommon for dogs to vomit occasionally. For instance, a puppy may eat grass or other substances that don’t sit well in the stomach, but are in no Read more
  • Foxtails & Spring Hazards
    As the seasons change, environmental factors can become dangerous for your pet, like plants, pests, or pollen. At Danforth Animal Hospital, serving Edmond, Guthrie, and Oklahoma City, OK, our experts Read more