Detecting a fever in dogs can be difficult. Here, our vets in Charlotte explain how to detect a fever in dogs, the causes, symptoms, and what you need to know to care for your pet.
Our Charlotte veterinarians at Providence Animal Hospital share helpful tips and information to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.
While every pet parent never wants to see their pet experience any pain, discomfort or illness, there might be situations that are unavoidable and illnesses that your dog will experience. Our vets at Providence Animal Hospital in Charlotte explain a little about the causes and treatment of kidney failure in dogs, as well as the signs and symptoms that pet parents should look out for.
Whether you have adopted an unaltered adult cat or have a new kitten coming into the family, you may have some questions regarding spaying and neutering your new pet. Our Charlotte vets explain why it is essential to have your cat fixed and what you should know about the procedure.
Hepatitis can be expected if a dog experiences an enlarged liver and the death of a large number of liver cells. In today's post, our Charlotte vets discuss hepatitis in dogs, the difference between chronic and acute hepatitis and what the prognosis may be for dogs with this condition.
Rabbits can be a great addition to any family as they are social and playful animals, but as a responsible pet owner, you also need to be aware of the care required for bunnies. Today, our Charlotte vets talk about how often you should bring your rabbit for routine veterinary care.
Your dog suddenly stops, extends their neck, and produces a loud snorting sound. There is a good chance that you have just witnessed a reverse sneeze, and while it may be somewhat alarming it is common in small dogs. Below, our Charlotte vets explain reverse sneezes in dogs and explain what you can do to help.
While many dogs experience pregnancy, labor and delivery without any complications there are some that may be at risk and require assistance to help deliver their puppies safely through surgery. Today our Charlotte vets talk about pregnancy and delivery for dogs and signs that a dog may need a C-section.
Yearly routine fecal exams give your vet the opportunity to check your pet for otherwise hard to detect intestinal parasites.
Rabies is an easily transmitted and fatal virus that can not only be passed to your dog but your pup can also pass to other animals and members of your family. Today our Charlotte vets talk about why your dog should receive the life-saving rabies vaccine and what the vaccination schedule looks like.