Has your dog ever been sprayed by a skunk? Has he ever brought the stinky smell into your house? If so, you probably know just how difficult it is to remove that bad smell from your pet’s coat. ...View Article
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If you live in Savannah or the surrounding area in GA, then you have picked the perfect site to find a surgeon. Dr. Paul Shealy is a board certified veterinary surgeon, treating cats and dogs. Your pet's health and well being is very important to us and we will take every step to give your pet the best possible care.
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At Veterinary Specialists of the Southeast, we treat your pets like the valued family members they are.
Dr. Paul Shealy
Savannah Veterinarian | Veterinary Specialists of the Southeast | 912-354-6681
335 Stephenson Ave.
Savannah, GA 31405
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Summer is officially here! For humans, that means better beach days and much needed vacations, but for your animals, the warmer weather can be dangerous. Even the healthiest pets can suffer fro ...View Article
Whether you are planning on participating in the spookiest night of the year —Halloween — it is likely that people in your neighborhood are. This means that the streets will be filled with lou ...View Article
Many dogs have thick eye discharge. Sometimes it is just in the morning; sometimes it has to do with a dog’s breed. Some breeds of dogs have eyes that sit differently in their skull, causing mor ...View Article
Each year, nearly 8 million animals end up in local shelters. Of those 8 million pets, data shows that less than 20 percent of lost dogs and less than 2 percent of missing cats are ever returned t ...View Article
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