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The Importance of Dog and Cat Vet Checkups

The Importance of Dog and Cat Vet Checkups

Every pet parent knows that the most important thing is your pet's health and happiness. One of the ways that you can ensure this is with routine exams and preventive care. In today's blog, our Charlotte vets talk about what makes dog and cat checkups important and what you can expect at these routine visits.

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Tick-Borne Diseases in Dogs

Tick-Borne Diseases in Dogs

One of the most common issues that your pup may face in the United States is conditions caused by Ticks that your dog may pick up while out walking. In today's blog, our Charlotte vets explain some of the most common tick-borne illnesses in dogs, and the symptoms to watch for.

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Hyperthyroidism in Dogs - Signs & Symptoms

Hyperthyroidism in Dogs - Signs & Symptoms

Hyperthyroidism is a serious condition in dogs that develops if your pup's thyroid produces too much hormone. In today's post, our Charlotte vets explain more about the causes of hyperthyroidism in dogs and how it can be treated.

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Babesiosis in Dogs

Babesiosis in Dogs

Babesiosis or Babesia infection is a tick-borne disease seen in dogs across the US. Today our Charlotte vets explain the symptoms and treatments for Babesiosis and how you can help to protect your dog against tick-borne diseases including Babesiosis.

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Fever in Dogs

Fever in Dogs

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.

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Geriatric Pets: When is my Cat Considered a Senior?

Geriatric Pets: When is my Cat Considered a Senior?

Noticing the signs of aging in our pets can be difficult as we spend every day with them, but that doesn't mean that they aren't experiencing the changes that come with getting older. Today our Charlotte vets share some ways to tell how old a senior cat is and some of the signs of aging in geriatric cats.

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Kidney Failure in Dogs

Kidney Failure in Dogs

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.

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Getting Your Cat Fixed: What You Need To Know

Getting Your Cat Fixed: What You Need To Know

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.

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Chronic Hepatitis in Dogs

Chronic Hepatitis in Dogs

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.

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How Often Should You Bring Your Rabbit For Veterinary Care?

How Often Should You Bring Your Rabbit For Veterinary Care?

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.

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