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Cryotherapy involves the application of liquid nitrogen to a specific area of your pet’s body with the intention of freezing and destroying the diseased tissues. Since it can be applied with precision, there is no damage to any surrounding healthy tissues.  The entire process is non-invasive, and whilst local anesthetic may be given to help reduce any discomfort, the use of liquid nitrogen naturally numbs the area anyway. There is also minimal to no downtime for your pet, enabling them to recover and get back to enjoying life straight away.

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Some types of pet surgery are more common than others. Here are some of the procedures that we most often perform.

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Preventing parasite-borne diseases can be a very effective way to ensure you and your pet are safe from infection. One of the most popular ways to avoid these pesky pests is by administering a topical monthly preventive between the shoulder blades. Another method comes in a pill form and is ingested by your pet. There are specific reasons and circumstances for each option, and your vet will be able to make sure you get the best prevention and treatment plan for your pet.

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To make sure your new puppy or kitten starts off their journey on the right foot, we’d love to meet them! The main reason for your first visit to our office is to meet your new puppy or kitten and to have a look at how they are doing. We do this through a comprehensive wellness exam. The first thing we do is take a measurement of their weight, look at the skin and coat, and a perform fecal sample test (testing for internal parasites).

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Dogs that are given too much food, and particularly large amounts of poor-quality, nutrient-deficient foods are more likely to put on too much weight. This is especially true if they are also unable or fail to get enough exercise to burn off the surplus calories. If this happens, you will probably start to notice a slow but steady increase in the amount that your canine pal weights, and he will start to seem heavier, larger and much slower.

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NEOK9 Solutions is owned and operated by Billy Sutton who has been working with dogs since his Army career in 2007. At the end of his career Sutton attended the Tom Rose School, LLS for Professional Dog Training in 2015.

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