Important (Update 10/16/20):

Due to Coronavirus DAC is curbside only. We ask that you please call or text 706-278-1113 upon arrival. Also, if just picking up medication or food please ring the doorbell for assistance. DAC will be here as much as possible to care for your pets during this pandemic. We will adjust if necessary due to the public health mandates or employee availability. DAC wants to do our part to help limit the spread of this virus. 

Dogs


Dog Deworming

How Worms In Dogs Are Contracted

At Dalton Animal Care, we love helping educate our clients about the best detection and prevention methods for worms in dogs, and we pride ourselves on providing our canine patients in and around the Dalton area with the utmost in care and treatment protocols. Due to their outdoor lifestyles and social natures, most dogs will be at risk of contracting worms throughout their lives. Some of the most common ways to contract worms in dogs include:

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Preventing and Treating Fleas and Ticks For Dogs

How Fleas and Ticks Get Into Our Homes and Onto Our Dogs


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Heartworms In Dogs - Symptoms and Treatments

Since 1967 the veterinary staff at Dalton Animal Care has made heartworm prevention for dogs an important part of our approach to preventive care. A heartworm infection can lead to numerous health problems up to and including early death. Therefore, heartworm prevention cannot be ignored. Our team is here to educate you and protect your dog from this terrible disease.

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Canine Laboratory Tests For Veterinary Care

Understanding Dog Blood Tests

A blood test or lab test allows us to learn information about your dog's health which can only be found from collecting a sample of blood and having it analyzed. This includes a CBC (complete blood count) and blood chemistries that analyze chemical components in the blood.

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Dog Dental Care - Bad Breath, Teeth Cleaning, Dog Dentist

It is important to realize that your dog will never tell you when it is experiencing dental pain. All dogs will endure some level of dental disease and dental pain during their lives. The best way to minimize these issues is for your dog is to start out with a great dental health routine at home. This should be supplemented with regular dental cleanings performed by veterinary professionals (a veterinarian and veterinary nurse to aid in the dental cleaning and patient care during the procedure).

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