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How Often Should Your Pet Have a Dental Check-Up?

Pet dental health constitutes one of the primary pet care aspects you should never forget. At Augusta Animal Clinic, we have been providing pet owners in Indianapolis, IN with reliable Read More

Proper Dietary Habits for Better Pet Health

Proper Dietary Habits for Better Pet Health Pet Nutrition plays a significant role in your pet's health, from the day they are born throughout their entire lives. However, many pet owners Read More

Lyme Disease

Dogs and Lyme Disease When dogs are bitten by certain ticks, it can result in Lyme disease. Just as with humans, it can be a very serious illness that can cause Read More

Lyme Disease

Pet Care Essentials: Flea and Tick Prevention and Lyme Disease Flea prevention and tick prevention are essential parts of animal care. Unfortunately, dogs, cats, and other pets can catch Lyme disease Read More

When to get your pet vaccinated

When to Get Your Pet Vaccinated Vaccinations help protect our pets from common risks and diseases such as rabies and even death in some cases. Keep your furry friend safe with Read More

Protecting your cat from poisonous plants during the Holidays

Protecting Your Cat from Poisonous Plants During the Holidays As you get ready for the holidays, don't forget about your furry feline friends around the house. The holiday season is a Read More

Questions to ask before your pet surgery

Questions to Ask before Your Pet Surgery It’s understandable that you are nervous about pet surgery in Indianapolis. The staff at Augusta Animal Clinic is here to answer your questions. What are Read More

Signs of Arthritis in Pets

Do you believe your pet may be suffering from arthritis? If you’re seeing signs in your dog or cat including lameness, reluctance to exercise, stiffness, or changes in gait, it’s Read More

Importance of Vaccinating Your Pet

Vaccinations can save your pet’s life. You never know when your pet will be exposed to a dangerous disease that can threaten his health. By having your dog or cat Read More

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