Does your dog seem to have a fever? In today's post, our Greensboro vets explain how to tell if your dog has a fever, as well as the signs of dog fevers and what you can do to treat your dog's fever.
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Your dog's nutritional needs will change significantly throughout their lifetime. Once your pup reaches their golden years their diet will play an integral role in helping them feel great and maintain a good quality of life. In today's post, our Greensboro vets explain the best food for senior dogs.
Joint pain is a common condition in dogs, particularly older, large breed dogs. That said, dogs of any age and breed can suffer from joint and mobility issues. Today our Greensboro vets explain how to tell if your dog may be suffering from joint pain and what can be done to make your pup more comfortable.
Annual routine exams or vet checkups for your dog or cat allow your veterinarian to monitor your pet's health, check for early signs of disease, and provide preventive treatments to help protect your pet against potentially life-threatening conditions. Here, our Greensboro vets explain the benefits of regular checkups for pets.
Much like your own eyes, your dog's eyes will become red if they are suffering from an infection, irritation due to a foreign object, dry eyes, or physical trauma. Our Greensboro Board Certified Veterinary Ophthalmologist and team share the causes and treatments for red eyes in dogs.
Our canine companions can lose their vision and struggle with the challenges of going blind, much like people. So it's important to know the early signs of visual impairment in dogs, and what you should do if you suspect your dog may be losing their sight. Our Greensboro vets explain more...
FHO surgery can be an effective and relatively inexpensive surgical treatment option for cats suffering from hip problems. Our Greensboro specialist vets describe the hip anatomy of cats, problems that could affect your kitty's hips and what’s involved in FHO surgery and recovery.