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Are bones good for dogs?

Are bones good for dogs?

One of the most contentious issues when it comes to caring for our canine companions is whether or not bones are safe for dogs to eat. In today's post, our Huntersville vets help you weigh up the pros and cons of this hotly contested issue.

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Has Your Dog Got Dandruff? Here's How to Treat It

Has Your Dog Got Dandruff? Here's How to Treat It

Dry flaky skin and dull coat are common concerns when it comes to the health of our furry family members. Today, our Huntersville vets delve into the common causes of dandruff in dogs and how you can soothe your pup's dry itchy skin.

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Dog Tooth Extraction - A Pet Parent's Guide

Dog Tooth Extraction - A Pet Parent's Guide

If your dog has a damaged or decayed tooth an extraction can help relieve pain and restore their oral health. Our Huntersville vets discuss what to expect if your pup needs an extraction. 

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What can I do about my cat's bad breath?

What can I do about my cat's bad breath?

You adore your cat's grace, charm, and independence but their bad breath is starting to drive a wedge between you. Today our Huntersville vets explore reasons for bad breath in cats and solutions to help restore your furry friend's fresh and healthy breath.

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Hypothyroidism in Dogs & Treatment Using Diet

Hypothyroidism in Dogs & Treatment Using Diet

Our Huntersville vets often see dogs suffering from unexplained weight gain, skin and coat issues, reduced energy and other behavioral changes due to hypothyroidism. Here, we discuss this condition and how diet can be helpful in treating hypothyroidism in dogs.

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A Pet Parent's Guide to Babesiosis in Dogs

A Pet Parent's Guide to Babesiosis in Dogs

If your pet gets bitten by an infected tick the Babesia organisms reach the bloodstream and begin to attack your pet's red blood cells, often causing anemia. Our Huntersville veterinarians explain more about the symptoms of this disease and how it can be treated.

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I think my dog has a fever. What should I do?

I think my dog has a fever. What should I do?

In today's post, our Huntersville veterinarians share tips on how to tell if your dog has a fever and what you can do to help reduce your dog's high fever.

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Why The FVRCP Vaccine is Important To Your Cat's Health

Why The FVRCP Vaccine is Important To Your Cat's Health

At LakeCross Veterinary Hospital we recommend that all cats - indoor cats and outdoor cats - receive the FVRCP vaccine. Below, our Huntersville vets explain why we feel this vaccine is so essential and what it protects against. 

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Treating Hyperthyroidism in Cats

Treating Hyperthyroidism in Cats

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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Bumps on Dog's Skin - Skin Cancer in Dogs

Bumps on Dog's Skin - Skin Cancer in Dogs

If you have found a suspicious l bump on your dog's skin, it's always best to have it examined by your vet. In today's post, our Huntersville vets discuss common skin cancers in dogs.

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