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Signs That Your Cat Has a Fever & What To Do

Signs That Your Cat Has a Fever & What To Do

If your cat is running a fever it may indicate an underlying health problem that requires urgent treatment. Today, our Greensboro vets explain some of the causes and symptoms of fevers in cats and what to do if your cat has a fever.

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What are symptoms of rocky mountain spotted fever in dogs?

What are symptoms of rocky mountain spotted fever in dogs?

Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever (RMSF) is an acute tick-borne disease seen in dogs across the US with symptoms ranging in severity from mild to potentially life-threatening. Today our Greensboro vets share some of the symptoms of Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever in dogs, as well as the available treatments for this condition.

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Anaplasmosis in Dogs - What It Is, Symptoms, & How It's Treated

Anaplasmosis in Dogs - What It Is, Symptoms, & How It's Treated

Tick-borne diseases pose a serious health risk for people, pets and farm animals across the US. Spread by the black-legged deer tick, Anaplasmosis is one such disease. Today our Greensboro vets share the symptoms of Anaplasmosis in dogs and how this potentially serious condition is treated.

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Blepharitis (Eye Inflammation) in Dogs

Blepharitis (Eye Inflammation) in Dogs

Blepharitis (eye inflammation) in dogs can cause your pooch intense discomfort, itchiness, and other symptoms. Our Greensboro ophthalmologist explains the types, symptoms, causes, diagnostic methods and treatment options for this condition.

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Dog Eye Injuries - Causes, Symptoms & What You Should Do

Dog Eye Injuries - Causes, Symptoms & What You Should Do

Our Greensboro vets know that pet parents work hard to protect and care for their pets, nonetheless eye injuries can happen. In today's post we share some of the most common types of eye injuries in dogs as well as the causes, symptoms, and what you should do if your dog has an eye injury.

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Can I use Neosporin for treating my cat's eye infection?

Can I use Neosporin for treating my cat's eye infection?

If your cat's eyes are looking sore and inflamed you may be tempted to use Neosporin as a way to fight an eye infection, but using Neosporin on your cat's eyes could lead to some serious consequences. It's never a good idea to use medications designed for human use, on cats without first consulting your veterinarian.

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Ectropion in Dogs -  Sad Droopy Eyes & Their Potential Complications

Ectropion in Dogs - Sad Droopy Eyes & Their Potential Complications

Ectropion is the name for the condition that provides some dog breeds with the sad droopy lower eyelids many pet owners adore. That said, if your dog has ectropion it can make them more susceptible to a number of painful eye conditions. Today our Greensboro vets explain more about the complications of ectropion in dogs. 

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Fluid in the Lungs in Dogs - Causes, Symptoms, and Treatments

Fluid in the Lungs in Dogs - Causes, Symptoms, and Treatments

While fluid in the lungs (pulmonary edema) is most often related to pneumonia in dogs, this can also occur due to other conditions. Today, our Greensboro internal medicine vet explains causes, symptoms and treatments for fluid in the lungs in dogs. 

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Dog Eye Glaucoma - Causes & Symptoms

Dog Eye Glaucoma - Causes & Symptoms

Glaucoma is a painful condition caused by pressure within your pet's eye which can occur due to a number of underlying conditions. Our board-certified veterinary ophthalmologist explains a few of the reasons why glaucoma can occur in your dog, and how primary and secondary glaucoma can be treated. 

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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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