Eye injuries happen to pets. Here, our Greensboro vets explain what symptoms to look for, and why you should seek veterinary care right away if your cat or dog is displaying symptoms of an eye injury.
Our team of veterinary specialists and emergency vets share helpful tips and information to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.
Your dog has an x-ray (radiograph) coming up. You may be wondering about the process during the appointment and how you can prepare. In this post, our Greensboro vets explain what you can expect when you take your dog for an x-ray.
Eye infections in kittens often become apparent when the kitten is about 8 - 14 days old when their eyes begin to open. Although there are a few reasons why eye infections can occur, our Greensboro vets most often see these infections in homeless kittens and barn cats. Here's why...
Dogs, like their owners, can suffer from anxiety and depression from time to time. If you think that your furry friend is feeling anxious or blue the good news is that you may be able to help your dog to feel better with these tips from our Greensboro vets.
You may think of your feline friend as cuddly rather than overweight but carrying just a few extra ounces can make a big difference to your cat's wellbeing and longevity. Today, our Greensboro vets explain how you can tell if your cat is overweight.
The painful and aggressive cancer called leiomyosarcoma attacks the muscles in your cat's intestines and stomach. Our team of veterinary oncologists in Greensboro will walk you through the signs, symptoms, and treatment options for stomach cancer in your feline companion.
Cushing's disease in dogs can lead to a number of serious symptoms and complications that can threaten your pup's longevity. In today's post our Greensboro vets share more about the causes of Cushing's disease in dogs, as well as possible complications and available treatments.