If your cat's thyroid isn't functioning properly, hormone levels can become elevated, (hyperthyroidism), putting your cat at risk of serious health problems. Here, our Huntersville vets explain the various treatments for hyperthyroidism in cats.
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Dogs, much like their adoring humans, can suffer from problematic seasonal allergies although their symptoms are quite different. From itchy eyes to hair loss, today our Huntersville vets discuss the symptoms of seasonal allergies in dogs and what you can do to help your pooch feel better.
At LakeCross Veterinary Hospital in Huntersville our vets believe that educating our clients plays a key role in helping them become outstanding pet owners. So today, we discuss urinalysis for dogs and cats, why it's an important test and how to understand your pet's urinalysis results.
Your cat's thyroid releases hormones that regulate many processes within the body. When thyroid hormone levels become too high, (hyperthyroidism), your cat is at risk of developing serious health issues. Today our Huntersville vets explain how hyperthyroidism in cats can be treated with dietary changes.
Parvovirus is a highly contagious, often deadly, virus that spreads very quickly between dogs through direct contact or contact with contaminated items such as toys or bowls. Today our Huntersville vets share facts about parvovirus and how to protect your canine companion.
You love your cat and want to do everything you can to make sure they live a long and healthy life. So how often do you take a cat to the vet to keep them looking and feeling their very best? From kittenhood to their golden years - here's what our Huntersville vets recommend.
Ear mites are a common and highly contagious issue for cats. These tiny parasites can irritate your cat's ears and skin and result in infections that lead to excessive itching, scratching and eventual health issues. Thankfully ear mites are relatively easy to treat. Today, our Huntersville vets list symptoms, causes and treatments for ear mites in cats.
Dr. Hemstreet, who has relished his years spent serving his many clients and working with our team at LakeCross Veterinary Hospital, is retiring on May 25. In his retirement letter, he recalls some fond memories and bids the Huntersville and Mecklenburg County communities goodbye.