Dog Esophageal Achalasia Charleston WV

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Animal Care Assocaites, Inc
(304) 344-2244
840 Oakwood Road
Charleston, WV
Services
We provide quality pet care for dogs, cats, birds, and also exotic animals
Hours
7:30 to 7:30 M-F / 8 to 4 Sat / 9 to 3 Sun

Valley West Veterinary Hosp
(304) 343-6783
201 Virginia St W
Charleston, WV

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Kanawha City Veterinary Hosp
(304) 925-4974
5405 Maccorkle Ave SE
Charleston, WV

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Animal Emercency Clinic Inc
(304) 768-2911
5304 Maccorkle Ave SW
Charleston, WV

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Cross Lanes Veterinary Hosp
(304) 776-4501
524 Old Goff Mountain Rd
Cross Lanes, WV

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Kanawha Boulevard Animal Hsptl
(304) 343-3261
2636 Kanawha Blvd E
Charleston, WV

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Isaac, Amy, Dvm - Valley West Veterinary Hosp
(304) 343-6783
201 Virginia St W
Charleston, WV

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Dunbar Animal Hospital
(304) 766-6407
1419 Dunbar Ave
Dunbar, WV

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Armentrout, Delane, Dvm - Cross Lanes Veterinary Hosp
(304) 776-4501
524 Old Goff Mountain Rd
Cross Lanes, WV

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Vca Academy Animal Hospital
(304) 727-2442
2374 Cleveland Ave
Saint Albans, WV

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Dog Esophageal Achalasia

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Canine Esophageal Achalasia Information

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∗Typical treatment and expenses (if provided) is based on historical data from Trupanion.

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Esophageal achalasia Description:

Esophageal achalasia is a failure of the esophagus wall to relax enough to swallow food, causing food regurgitation.

Dog Breeds Prone to Esophageal achalasia:

Greyhound  

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