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5 Common Garden Items Toxic to Pets

5 Common Garden Items Toxic to Pets

5 Common Garden Items Toxic to Pets   It’s March, and as spring begins, many of us will be heading outside to enjoy the outdoors. But, if your pets spend time in the yard, too, beware some of the common outdoor items that could be toxic.   Pesticides and...

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How to Teach Your Dog to Focus on Walks

How to Teach Your Dog to Focus on Walks

When you take your pup on a stroll around your neighborhood, do they lunge and bark at every living thing? Many dogs become hyper-focused on other dogs, people, squirrels, cars, or other moving objects, making your daily walk less than pleasant. Dogs who react this...

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3 Steps to Teach Your Dog Not to Jump

3 Steps to Teach Your Dog Not to Jump

Although it’s lovely to be greeted by an exuberant pup when you come home after a long day at work, a 100-pound Labrador leaping up for licks can be a bit much. Many dogs jump on people when they’re excited, and it’s often inadvertently reinforced. Teach your dog not...

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Celebrate Your Cat for Happy Cat Month

Celebrate Your Cat for Happy Cat Month

September may be recognized as Happy Cat Month, but our cats demand to be cherished every month of the year! In honor of this extra special month, our team here at Genoa Animal Hospital has put together four ways that you can celebrate the purr-fect feline in your...

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3 Pet-Friendly Barbecue Foods

3 Pet-Friendly Barbecue Foods

While you are out at the barbecue one summer day, you look beside you to see your pooch's mouth dripping with drool. Their eyes are pleading with you to feed them a bite of the ribs you are seasoning. Before you drop them a piece of meat, it's important to remember...

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Steps to Safely Cool Your Pet

Steps to Safely Cool Your Pet

While playing a game of fetch on a scorching summer day with your pooch, you notice your furry friend start to heavily pant and become disoriented. Seemingly fine one moment, your beloved companion appears to overheat in the blink of an eye. What do you do in this...

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Protecting Your Pet from Heat Stroke

Protecting Your Pet from Heat Stroke

Protecting Your Pet from Heat Stroke   It's summertime! Just like humans, dogs and cats can become overheated. Unlike humans, our pets aren’t able to effectively reduce their body temperature by sweating. But, just because your furry pal can’t tell you when he’s...

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Genoa Animal Hospital provides compassionate and genuine concern for our patients’ health and well-being.

Contact Info

Phone: 815-784-6109
Email: genoaanimalhospital@gmail.com

Temporary Hours

Mon: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm
Tues: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wed: 8:00 am - 7:00 pm
Thurs: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Fri: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Sat: 8:00 am - 1:00 pm
Sun: Closed

Location

703 Pearson Drive
Genoa, IL 60135
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