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Tips On How To Avoid Dog Bites When Grooming

Tips On How To Avoid Dog Bites When Grooming

Attempting to groom an aggressive dog can be a real challenge not to mention scary. Today, our Davidson County vets explain why some dogs become aggressive at grooming time and share tips to help make grooming sessions less stressful for you and your pooch.

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How long can I leave my dog alone?

How long can I leave my dog alone?

At some point, every pet parent will need to leave their dog alone while they head out to run errands, earn a living or spend time with friends. But how long can you safely leave your dog alone? Our Davidson County vets explain.

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Food For Dogs with Heart Disease

Food For Dogs with Heart Disease

If your dog has been diagnosed with heart disease, our Davidson County vets can recommend ways of managing the condition - in part through modified nutrition.  Here are a few tips on how and why to feed your dog a low-sodium diet to help treat heart disease.

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Causes of Dog Bad Breath & How to Get Rid of It

Causes of Dog Bad Breath & How to Get Rid of It

Does your pup's bad breath make it hard to spend quality time together? Bad breath is a common problem in dogs but many pet parents don't realize that it could be a sign of a serious health issue. Our Davidson County vets explain some common causes of stinky dog breath and what you can do.

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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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Owning a Hedgehog as a Pet

Owning a Hedgehog as a Pet

With its compact body and adorable face, it's hard to resist the temptation to bring home an African pygmy hedgehog! But before bringing a hedgehog into your home it's essential to understand what they need to stay healthy. Our Davidson County vets share some vital facts about owning a pet hedgehog.

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The True Cost of Owning a Dog for Life

The True Cost of Owning a Dog for Life

Dogs can certainly steal our hearts away and become treasured members of our family, but that love and loyalty comes at a very real price. Before taking on the responsibility of making a dog part of your family, be sure to consider these points from our Davidson County vets.

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Helping With Your Dog's Pain After Neutering

Helping With Your Dog's Pain After Neutering

Our Davidson County vets understand that for many dog owners the decision on whether to spay or neuter their pet is an emotional one. If you're struggling with the question of whether or not to get your dog fixed here is some information that may help to put your mind at ease.

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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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