Veterinary Blog

X-Rays for Dogs - What to Expect

X-Rays for Dogs - What to Expect

If your dog is booked to have an x-ray (radiograph) you may be wondering how the appointment will work and how you can prepare. Below, our Thomasville vets share what you can expect when you bring your dog to us for an x-ray.

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The Importance of Dog Dental Care

The Importance of Dog Dental Care

Periodontal disease and tooth decay are as problematic for dogs as they are for people. That's why caring for your dog's teeth is an important element of caring for your dog's overall health. Today our Davidson County vets share some tips on how to clean a dog's mouth and keep your pup's teeth clean and healthy.

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Common Dog Illnesses Every Pet Parent Should Know About

Common Dog Illnesses Every Pet Parent Should Know About

When dogs are sick it can be difficult for even the most attentive owner to understand just how serious it is. Here our Thomasville vets explain the signs of five common dog illnesses that can seriously impact your dog's health.

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Why Prevention Is An Important Aspect Of Your Pet's Annual Healthcare

Why Prevention Is An Important Aspect Of Your Pet's Annual Healthcare

Annual wellness exams allow your vet to monitor your pet's health, check for early signs of disease, and provide preventive treatments that can help to protect your pet against potentially life-threatening conditions. Today our vets explain the benefits of preventive care for pets. 

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Periodontal Disease in Dogs - Treatment & Prevention

Periodontal Disease in Dogs - Treatment & Prevention

Periodontal disease can have a negative impact your dog's overall health as well as their oral health. Today our Thomasville vets share more about periodontal disease in dogs, the symptoms, causes and what treatments are available to restore your dog's oral health. 

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Tick Borne Diseases - Anaplasmosis in Dogs

Tick Borne Diseases - Anaplasmosis in Dogs

Anaplasmosis is one of the many tick borne diseases that threaten the health of people, pets and other animals across the US. In today's post our Davidson County vets explain the symptoms of Anaplasmosis in dogs and how this condition can be treated.

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Tick Borne Diseases - Lyme Disease in Dogs

Tick Borne Diseases - Lyme Disease in Dogs

Lyme disease is a common tick-transmitted disease seen in people and pets across the US. While Lyme disease in people can lead to chronic symptoms such as joint pain, Lyme disease in dogs is treatable. Today our Davidson County vets share some of the causes, symptoms, and treatment for Lyme disease in dogs.

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Cat Urinary Tract Infection & Feline Urinary Tract Diseases

Cat Urinary Tract Infection & Feline Urinary Tract Diseases

It's not often that our Davidson County vets see urinary tract infections in cats, when we do it is typically in senior cats, or cats that are suffering from another urinary tract issue or disease. Today we look at the symptoms, causes and treatments for urinary tract infections and diseases in cats.

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Anxiety & Depression in Dogs - What Pet Parents Need to Know

Anxiety & Depression in Dogs - What Pet Parents Need to Know

Just like us, our dogs can feel depressed or anxious. While symptoms could indicate these or other problems, the good news is that you may be able to help them feel better with these tips from our Davidson County vets.

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What to Do If Your Dog Has a Reaction to a Vaccine

What to Do If Your Dog Has a Reaction to a Vaccine

Typically the risk of your furry friend having a severe reaction to a vaccine is very low, and in most cases well worth the risk.  Vaccines protect your dog from a number of serious conditions that can be difficult and expensive to treat. Here our Davidson County vets share advice on how to handle a reaction to a vaccine.

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