If your dog is coughing and croaking they might have kennel cough. Today our Huntersville vets share some facts about this highly contagious respiratory disease in dogs and what you should do if your pooch is coughing.
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We understand that skipping vaccinations for your indoor cat can be tempting but vaccines are as important for our feline homebodies as they are for cats who explore the great outdoors. Here our Huntersville vets explain why vaccines play an important role in the long-term health of both indoor and outdoor cats.
Annual appointments for your dog's vaccinations and boosters may seem inconvenient, but our Huntersville vets believe that following the dog vaccination schedule below is the best way to protect your pup from catching a number of serious and potentially deadly diseases.
Annual cat and dog exams give your vet an opportunity 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 Huntersville vets explain the importance of routine exams for pets.
Tick-borne diseases pose a serious threat to the health of dogs throughout Huntersville and Mecklenburg County. Symptoms of these conditions can be painful and even be life-threatening for your pooch. Our vets explain more about tick-borne illnesses in dogs.
In cats, urinary tract infections are far less common than they are in dogs. Nonetheless, our Huntersville vets do commonly see a number of other urinary tract conditions in cats. Today we explain explain symptoms and treatments for urinary tract infections and other urinary conditions seen in cats.
If your dog has been diagnosed with kidney failure (renal failure), feeding them the right diet will be a key element in treating and managing their symptoms. Here our Huntersville and Mecklenburg County vets explain the dietary guidelines your vet may recommend if your pooch has kidney failure or kidney disease.