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What to do after your pet's teeth are cleaned?

What to Do After Your Pet's Teeth are Cleaned? When your pet has its teeth cleaned, your veterinarian will give you instructions on how to help maintain your dog's dental health Read More

How to Prepare For Your First Road Trip With Your Pet

How to Prepare for Your First Road Trip with Your Pet Embarking on a road trip with your pet can be exciting, but it’s essential to prepare ahead of time in Read More

Parvo FAQs

Recently Asked Questions about Parvo with Bloomington Animal Hospital Parvo can be excruciating for dogs and their owners, creating so much suffering. At Fairway Knolls Veterinary Hospital in Bloomington, IL, we Read More

Importance of Spaying & Neutering

The Importance of Spay and Neuter and Pet Care from a Veterinarian on Our Team Spay and neuter surgeries can be important to your pet’s overall health wellbeing. If you would Read More

Importance of Microchipping Your Pet

Your pet is important to you, so it is a good idea to do what you can to keep them safe. At Fairway Knolls Veterinary Hospital, we recommend putting a Read More

Caring For Your New Puppy or Kitten

Welcoming a kitty or puppy into your family is one of the most exciting things in life. A pet brings warmth, fun, and companionship to your home. However, to ensure Read More

Common Allergies in Pets

Did you know that at least one out of every three households has a pet? While most pet owners wouldn't trade their furry friend for the world, they may not Read More

Can My Pet Catch A Cold?

When you are sick, you know you can count on your furry friend to be right there with you through it all. As a pet owner in Bloomington, IL, you Read More

Mast Cell Tumors in Cats

Did you know that mast cell tumors are the most prevalent form of splenic tumor, second-most-common skin tumor, and third most common intestinal tumor in cats? Mast cell tumors can Read More

Dog Ear Infections and How We Can Help

Ear infections are very common in dogs. These infections may affect one or both ears. Dogs with floppy ears are the most affected, although any dog breed is prone to Read More

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