It's easy to dismiss constipation in dogs as no big deal, but constipation can be a sign of a serious medical emergency! Today our Greensboro vets discuss some causes of constipation in dogs and why a visit to the vet is essential.
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While our Greensboro emergency vets see fewer cases of heatstroke in cats than in dogs, it does happen. Read through the advice below to learn the signs of heatstroke in cats, what to do if your cat has heatstroke and how to prevent this potentially life-threatening condition.
Heatstroke is can be a fatal condition in pets if not treated immediately. To help you help your dog in this emergency situation, our Greensboro vets explain heatstroke and provide a list of symptoms that you should watch out for as the temperature rises.
Has your vet recommended that your pet have an ultrasound? If so, you may be wondering what exactly an ultrasound is and how it can help your pet? Our Greensboro specialist vets explain how ultrasound scans are performed on pets in our in-house veterinary diagnostic lab.
Vomit and diarrhea in cats ad dogs are two common signs of gastrointestinal upset. These conditions can have numerous causes. Today, our Greensboro vets share what you should know, and what to do if your pet is experiencing these symptoms.
When anemia is diagnosed in cats it is due either to a sudden loss of blood or an underlying condition that needs to be addressed. In today's post, our Greensboro vets look at the different types of anemia in cats, how they are caused and how they can be treated.