Hyperthyroidism is a common health issue for middle-aged and senior cats in South Charlotte, but what exactly is hyperthyroidism in cats? What are the symptoms, and how can hyperthyroidism in cats be treated? Our vets explain...
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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.
Healthy kidneys perform a range of essential functions, dogs with acute kidney failure experience a sudden and rapid decline in kidney function that requires urgent medical care. Here our Huntersville and Mecklenburg County vets explain the signs of acute kidney failure in dogs, and what you should do if your pup shows signs of kidney failure.
Our Huntersville and Mecklenburg County vets often treat dogs with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), and while there is no cure for this condition, in many cases IBD can be managed successfully. Today we look at IBD in dogs prognosis.
Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) can affect your cat’s digestion, appetite and quality of life. It can also be challenging to diagnose. Here, our Huntersville vets offer insight and advice about IBD in cats, from symptoms and causes to diagnoses, treatment and life-expectancy.