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Our team of veterinary specialists and emergency vets share helpful tips and information to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.

Antibiotics For Eye Infections in Cats

Antibiotics For Eye Infections in Cats

The cause of your cat's eye infection will determine the treatment prescribed by your vet. The causes of eye infections in cats include bacterial or viral infections, injuries, or underlying health conditions. Today our Greensboro Veterinary Ophthalmologist shares some of the treatments for eye infections in cats.

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What Pet Parents Should Know About Glaucoma in Cats

What Pet Parents Should Know About Glaucoma in Cats

Glaucoma can strike your cat suddenly and quickly lead to blindness if left untreated. Our Greensboro veterinary ophthamologist explains more about this painful condition and the treatments available if your cat is diagnosed with glaucoma.

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Why are my cat's eyes watering?

Why are my cat's eyes watering?

If your cat's eyes have started to tear or water excessively, or if your cat is blinking frequently and squinting, it could be an early sign that there is an issue. Today our Greensboro vets explain a few reasons why cat's eyes water.

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Feline Urinary Tract Disease: Causes, Symptoms & Treatments

Feline Urinary Tract Disease: Causes, Symptoms & Treatments

Feline urinary tract disease can cause pain, loss of bladder control or dire emergency situations for your cat. In this post, our Greensboro vets explain the disease, symptoms, causes and treatment options.

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Hypothyroidism in Dogs - What it is, symptoms and treatments.

Hypothyroidism in Dogs - What it is, symptoms and treatments.

Our Greensboro vets frequently see hypothyroidism in dogs ranging from 4 - 10 years of age, and of many different breeds. This uncomfortable condition can impact your dog’s quality of life and cause a host skin problems. Today we look at the causes and symptoms of hypothyroidism in dogs, and how it can be treated.

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Causes & Treatments for Conjunctivitis in Dogs

Causes & Treatments for Conjunctivitis in Dogs

Conjunctivitis is an itchy and uncomfortable eye condition that could cause damage to your dog's eye(s) if left untreated. In today's blog our Greensboro vets explain some of the causes, symptoms and treatments for this common eye condition in dogs.

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Does my cat have an eye infection?

Does my cat have an eye infection?

Cat eye infections are a relatively common condition seen by our Greensboro vets. Here our vets share some of the causes of eye infections in cats and how they are treated.

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Different Types of Seizures in Dogs

Different Types of Seizures in Dogs

While the severity of your dog's seizures can range from mild and virtually undetectable, to more severe seizures, seizures in dogs fall into three main types. Here, our Greensboro vets explain the types of seizures in dogs.

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What causes seizures in dogs ?

What causes seizures in dogs ?

There are a number of reasons that your dog may have a seizure ranging from heat exhaustion to epilepsy. Today our Greensboro vets share some of the reasons that dogs have seizures, and what you should do if your dog has a seizure.

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What should I do if my dog drinks antifreeze?

What should I do if my dog drinks antifreeze?

Antifreeze is a common hazard for dogs. It takes as little as 5 tablespoons of antifreeze to kill a medium sized dog. Our Greensboro emergency vets describe the symptoms of antifreeze poisoning, and what you should do if your dog has swallowed antifreeze.

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