So you've just learned that your cat or dog requires an ultrasound. What exactly does that imply? And how will it benefit your pet? Our Davidson County veterinarians describe ultrasound procedures on pets, how to prepare your pet for the procedure, and what conditions this testing can detect.
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Getting your kitten spayed or neutered prevents the birth of unwanted litters, and helps to protect your cat against some serious health conditions. Our Davidson County vets discuss the best age to have your kitten fixed as well as the benefits of these veterinary surgeries.
Wellness Plans are 'packages' that include routine vet care services offered at a discounted rate then spread across 12 easy payments. Here, our Thomasville Veterinary Hospital team shares some of the benefits of Pet Wellness Plans, and some things to take into consideration.
You may not think that your cat's weight is an issue but carrying just a few extra ounces can make a significant difference to your kitty's overall health and longevity. Today, our Davidson County vets provide tips on how to tell if your cat is overweight.
Rabies is an exceptionally dangerous virus that is fatal for cats and other pets, fortunately, it is entirely preventable. In today's post, our Davidson County vets explain the costs, scheduling, and side effects associated with getting your cat vaccinated against rabies.
While ear infections tend to be relatively uncommon in cats when they do occur they can be an indication of an underlying issue that requires veterinary attention. In today's post, our Thomasville vets explain some of the causes, symptoms and treatments for ear infection in cats.
Your vet has recommended an ultrasound for your cat or dog. What is this procedure, and how can it help your pet? Our Thomasville vets explain.
By getting your cat fixed you are doing more than just preventing unwanted kittens, you may also be preventing a host of unwanted behaviors and protecting your feline friend against some potential serious health issues. Today our Thomasville vets share some of the things you should know about spaying or neutering your cat.