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Gingivitis in Cats - What it Is & What to Do

Gingivitis in Cats - What it Is & What to Do

While dental healthcare may not be the first thing that pops into your mind when you think of cats, it is vitally important to the overall health of your feline friend. Today we delve into the topic of gingivitis in cats, what it is, signs to watch for and how it's treated.

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Laser Spay or Traditional Spay: Which is Better?

Laser Spay or Traditional Spay: Which is Better?

It's time to get your pet spayed, but should you opt for laser spay or traditional spay? Today, we look at the differences between laser spay and traditional spay techniques, and the benefits of getting your dog or cat spayed. 

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Is pet insurance worth it?

Is pet insurance worth it?

Owning a dog or cat brings immense joy, but also a great deal of responsibility and financial burden, not least of which is the cost of medical care when a pet becomes sick or injured. Today, our Davidson County vets examine the costs and benefits of pet insurance.

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What can I do about my cat's bad breath?

What can I do about my cat's bad breath?

Is your cat's bad breath driving a wedge between you? Today our Davidson County vets explain common causes of bad breath in cats and provide options for cat bad breath treatment so you and your favorite feline can get cuddling again.

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Cat Wound Care - First Aid for Your Feline Friend

Cat Wound Care - First Aid for Your Feline Friend

Your cat's lovable, curious nature can, from time to time, lead to wounds and injuries. Today, our Davidson County vets explain how to treat a cat wound and when it's time to head to the vet.

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When to Take Kitten for First Vet Visit

When to Take Kitten for First Vet Visit

If you have a new kitten, early veterinary care will help to set your tiny fur baby on the path to great life-long health. Here, our Davidson County vets discuss what to expect from your kitten's first vet visit, and how much it will cost.

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Male Cats Before & After Neutering

Male Cats Before & After Neutering

While neutering male cats is considered a safe and common procedure that can provide many benefits for both the cat and their owner, some pet parents still have questions about getting their male cats neutered. Today our Davidson County vets explain what to expect before and after neutering your male cat, including behaviors and recovery.

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Ultrasound for Dogs and Cats: What Pet Owners Want to Know

Ultrasound for Dogs and Cats: What Pet Owners Want to Know

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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What is The Best Age to Spay a Kitten & When Is It Too Late to Neuter a Cat

What is The Best Age to Spay a Kitten & When Is It Too Late to Neuter a Cat

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.

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Are Pet Wellness Plans worth it?

Are Pet Wellness Plans worth it?

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.

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