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  • We Want You to Know That Heartworms Are a Big Deal
    National Heartworm Awareness Month  If you have not already heard, April is the month to learn more about Heartworms. It may not be a pretty cause, but knowing more can save Read more
  • Tips for Proper Pet Nutrition
    Your pet's diet affects how energetic and happy they are, how shiny their coat is, and even how long they will live. Good nutrition sets the stage for a long Read more
  • People Food and Your Pets: Tips from Your Gardner Veterinarian
    Dogs, and even some cats, can put on quite the sad face begging for table scraps. It's important to know when it's OK to give into the whimpers and meows Read more
  • National Pet Diabetes Month
    December is National Pet Diabetes Month. Diabetes is a serious condition for pets and this month was created to raise awareness of pet owners. The condition is most common in Read more
  • What Kind of Pet is Best For You?
    What Kind of Pet is Best for You? If you are thinking about getting a pet, there are several things you’ll want to consider. The last thing you want is to Read more
  • How to Care for Your Pet After Spay/Neuter
    Caring For Your Pet After Spay/Neuter Surgery Spay/neuter surgery is critically important to controlling animal populations, and furthermore, many pet owners note that the procedure tends to have a beneficial effect Read more
  • How Safe is Pet Anesthesia?
    Pet Anesthesia with our Gardner Veterinarian It is important that you take your pet to the veterinarian every year. During the visit, your pet would get a full exam, get the Read more
  • ASPCA's Adopt a Shelter Dog Month in October
    October is Adopt a Shelter Dog Month with Oakbrook Animal Hospital You might think October is just about pumpkins and costumes, but it’s also about the dogs! The ASPCA has declared Read more
  • Orthopedics FAQs
    Orthopedic Pet Surgery at Oakbrook Animal Hospital is One Solution for Joint Pain and Discomfort If your pet is experiencing issues with their joints, specifically their knees, hips, or shoulders, orthopedic Read more
  • Benefits of Spaying and Neutering at Oakbrook Animal Hospital
    Here at Oakbrook Animal Hospital, serving Gardner and Olathe, we offer spaying and neutering for dogs and cats so that you can prevent pregnancy and keep your beloved family pet Read more
  • Protecting Your Pets From Flea & Tick Infestations
    Protecting Your Pets From Flea & Tick Infestations Fleas and ticks can infest any mammal, but you are most likely to encounter them on your cat or dog. This is partly Read more
  • ​5 Winte​r Holiday Pet Hazards
    5 Winter Holiday Pet Hazards The holiday season is a busy time for all of us. Unfortunately, it is also a time when pets can be prone to accidents. Your veterinarian Read more
  • Protecting Your Dog or Cat from Heartworm Disease
    Heartworms are parasitic worms (usually either roundworms or hookworms) that can invade your dog or cat causing severe damage and even death. Infected Ticks can transmit Lyme disease to your Read more
  • Common Pet Poisons and How to Prevent Pets from Ingesting Them
    Common Pet Poisons and How to Prevent Pets from Ingesting Them One of the most common pet emergencies seen by a Gardner veterinarian is poisoning. A large variety of things can Read more
  • The Importance of Regular Pet Dental Cleanings
    Pet Dental Cleanings with our Gardner Veterinarian At Oakbrook Animal Hospital, our Gardner veterinarian is committed to your pet's health and wellness at every stage of life, which is why we offer the Read more
  • Common Pet Emergencies & What to Do
    Common Pet Emergencies & What to Do At Oakbrook Animal Hospital, our Gardner and Olathe veterinarian team wants every pet owner to be prepared for a pet emergency so that their cat or Read more

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