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Tips for Training Your Puppy from New Hope Animal Hospital

Bringing home your new puppy is a memorable experience as a pet owner. Puppies are adorable, and they bring unconditional love to your family, but it's essential to ensure that Read More

Litter Training for Your Kitten

We love the sweet faces and gentle purrs of our cats, and we appreciate the fact that they are generally able to take care of themselves. However, there are some Read More

How Often Should You Cut Your Pet's Nails?

How Often Should You Cut Your Pet's Nails? Just like humans, your pet's grooming requires more than just brushing your pet and bathing your pet. One of the most important factors Read More

How Often Should I Bathe My Pet

How Often Should I Bathe My Pet? Pets make for wonderful companions and can bring a lot of joy to a household. Pets must be well-cared for, and that means more Read More

Unexpected Bleeding in Pets

Unexpected Bleeding in Pets Since external bleeding can be caused by multiple situations, from trauma to an internal disease, it's essential to contact our team at New Hope Animal Hospital in Read More

Pet Poison Ingestion

Pet Poison Ingestion Since pets are commonly viewed as being members of the family, pet poison ingestion can lead to the same panic that would be felt had your spouse or Read More

Treatments for Cherry Eye

Why Do Dogs Get Cherry Eye and How Can a Vet Treat It? Have you noticed a red, swollen mass next to your dog’s lower eyelid? If so, your dog may Read More

What Is Cherry Eye?

What Is Cherry Eye? Cherry eye occurs when the nictitating membrane (third eyelid), located in the eye's inner side, between the lower eyelid and the cornea, prolapses. It's mostly common to Read More

Cat Coughing

Cat Coughing Coughing is often a sign of an inflammatory issue and affects the lower respiratory tract. If your feline is showing signs of distress and is frequently coughing, make an Read More

Sign of Seizure

Signs of Seizure Dog seizures are alarming and can cause serious damage to your pet. When your pet is struggling or having a medical emergency, it may be difficult to determine Read More

Puppy Training

Puppy Training When it comes to puppy training, veterinarians have a wealth of information and advice that can help. If you live in or around Durham, NC, schedule an appointment with Read More

Flea & Tick Prevention in Cats

Parasite Prevention for Your Pet at New Hope Animal Hospital New Hope Animal Hospital in Durham is dedicated to making life comfortable for your pets. This means helping to keep them Read More

Protecting Your Cat From Poisonous Plants

Protecting Your Cats From Poisonous Plants It is summertime. But before you plant those pretty seeds you found at the local hardware store; you may want to research them. Some plants Read More

How Do Pets Get Leptospirosis

What You Should Know About Leptospirosis Although we do not see many cases of it here at New Hope Animal Hospital, we thought that in the interest of public health, we Read More

Saftey Tips For Walking Your Dog

Dog Walking: Safety Tips Every Pet Owner Should Know Walking isn’t just great exercise for you and man’s best friend; it’s a critical part of dog care that has an impact Read More

How to Tell if Your Pet Has An Eye Infection

Durham Pet Advice: How to Tell if Your Pet Has an Eye Infection When you love your pet, you’re likely to see even small changes in behavior. It’s how we all Read More

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