Our Veterinary Blog in Granger, IN

cat hissing

Why Does My Cat Keep Hissing?

Welcome to our blog at Kryder + Harr Veterinary Clinic. Today, we’re exploring a common yet often misunderstood behavior in cats: hissing. As pet owners, it’s natural to feel concerned when your cat displays signs of distress. This blog aims to provide insight into why cats hiss and what you can do about it. If…

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cat hairball

Are Cat Hairballs Normal?

For many pet owners, the sight and sound of a cat coughing up a hairball can be both alarming and a bit gross. Yet, it’s a common part of cat ownership. But what exactly are these hairballs, and why do they happen? Let’s explore this peculiar feline behavior to help you better understand your cat’s…

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signs and symptoms dog diabetes

6 Signs and Symptoms of Dog Diabetes to Watch For 

At Kryder + Harr Veterinary Clinic in Granger, IN, we believe in empowering pet owners with knowledge. This blog aims to provide detailed information about diabetes in dogs – a condition that may not always be at the forefront of pet health discussions but is increasingly prevalent. Understanding the signs, causes, and treatment options is…

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dog licking his paws

7 Possible Reasons Your Dog Keeps Licking Its Paws

Welcome to our latest blog post at Kryder + Harr Veterinary Clinic. Today, we’re exploring a common yet often misunderstood behavior in dogs: paw licking. As pet owners, observing our dogs’ habits and health is part of our daily routine. If you’ve noticed your dog frequently licking their paws, this article is for you. We’ll…

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pale gums in dogs

My Dog’s Gums Look Pale – Should I Call the Vet?

As pet owners, we cherish the health and well-being of our beloved dogs. Noticing changes in their physical appearance, like pale gums, can be confusing and potentially concerning. This blog is dedicated to exploring what pale gums in dogs might indicate and the potential causes behind it. We’ll discuss accompanying symptoms and offer guidance on…

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potty training puppy

6 Steps for Potty Training Your Puppy

Potty training is a fundamental aspect of raising a healthy and well-behaved puppy. At Kryder + Harr Veterinary Clinic in Granger, IN, we understand the challenges and joys that come with this important task. This blog aims to offer practical tips for pet owners embarking on the journey of potty training their puppies. Our team…

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dog lethargy

Why is My Dog Acting Lethargic?

Does your dog seem less energetic than usual? Lethargy in dogs can indicate various underlying issues, from simple lifestyle factors to more serious health concerns. In this blog, we’ll examine the possible causes of lethargy in dogs, signs that indicate a need for urgent veterinary care, and other symptoms to watch for.  At Kryder +…

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can dogs eat sweet potatoes

Can Dogs Eat Sweet Potatoes?

Sweet potatoes, known for their delightful taste and bright orange hue, are a staple in many kitchens. For pet owners, it’s common to question whether this nutritious vegetable is also a good choice for our four-legged friends. At Kryder + Harr Veterinary Clinic in Granger, IN, we often field queries about the safety and benefits…

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dog hypothermia

Dog Hypothermia: Signs, Treatment, and Prevention Tips

As winter’s chill sets in, pet owners must be aware of the dangers cold weather poses to dogs. Hypothermia, a serious yet often overlooked winter hazard, can affect dogs unexpectedly. In our blog, we’ll explain the basics of dog hypothermia and offer advice on keeping your pet safe during colder months. If you ever have…

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antifreeze and dogs

Did You Know Antifreeze is Poisonous for Dogs? Here’s How To Protect Your Pet

Here at Kryder + Harr Veterinary Clinic, we’re not just committed to treating your pets when they’re feeling under the weather, we’re also passionate about empowering you with the knowledge you need to keep them healthy.  Today, we’d like to discuss a common yet potentially lethal household danger for your beloved canine companions – antifreeze.…

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