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.
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.
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.
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.
Our Davidson County vets see a lot of ear infections in dogs. Fortunately, most ear infections are easy to treat if caught early. Today we look at the symptoms of ear infections in dogs and what to do if you think your dog has an ear infection.
You have just noticed that your dog is breathing fast but hasn't been exercising or playing. Should you be concerned? Today our Davidson County vets share some of the reasons why dogs breathe fast, and when you should call the vet.
Hip dysplasia is a painful condition caused by the abnormal formation of one or both your dog's hips. Left untreated hip dysplasia can become more severe over time, seriously limiting your dog's mobility. In today's post our Thomasville vets explain the three most effective surgeries used to treat hip dysplasia in dogs.
Intervertebral Disc Disease (IVDD) is a very serious and painful condition effecting your dog's spine. If your dog has been diagnosed with IVDD which affects their ability to walk, surgery may be the best and only treatment option for relieving pain and restoring your pup's mobility.