Animal Wellness Blog

Our team at Carolina Veterinary Specialists in Huntersville share helpful tips and information in our blog to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.

Dog Joint Pain - Signs & Treatments

Dog Joint Pain - Signs & Treatments

Our Huntersville specialist vets see a lot of dogs suffering from painful joint issues. While joint pain can often be an age-related condition in dogs there are effective treatments available to relieve joint pain in dogs of any age or activity level.

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Cat Dental Care - How to Keep Your Cat's Mouth Healthy

Cat Dental Care - How to Keep Your Cat's Mouth Healthy

Many of us know the pain and discomfort of dental health problems such as tooth decay and gum disease, but pet parents are often unaware that their feline friend could be suffering from similar, painful dental health issues. Our Huntersville veterinary team explains how to spot dental health problems in your cat, some of the most common dental diseases are in cats, and how these issues can be prevented or treated.

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Dog Dental Care & Professional Cleanings

Dog Dental Care & Professional Cleanings

Your dog's oral health plays a key role in their overall health. Which is why caring for your dog's teeth is important. Here, our Huntersville vets explain how to keep your dog's teeth and gums healthy and pain-free.

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Treatment for Babesiosis in Dogs

Treatment for Babesiosis in Dogs

Babesiosis is a condition spread by ticks that can be seen in dogs across the US. If your pooch has been bitten by a tick carrying Babesia organisms they can be transferred to your pet where they will begin to attack your dog's red blood cells. Here our Huntersville vets explain more about Babesiosis in dogs.

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Symptoms of Kidney Failure in Cats

Symptoms of Kidney Failure in Cats

The kidneys perform several essential functions that play a vital role in your cat's health. Today, our Huntersville vets explain some of the causes, treatments and signs of end stage kidney failure in cats.

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Cushing's Disease in Dogs & How It's Treated

Cushing's Disease in Dogs & How It's Treated

Cushing's disease in dogs can lead to a number of serious symptoms and complications that could shorten your pup's lifespan. Here our Huntersville vets share more about the causes of Cushing's disease in dogs, as well as possible complications and available treatments.

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How to Tell if Your Cat is Overweight

How to Tell if Your Cat is Overweight

While it may not seem like a big deal, carrying just a few extra ounces can have a negative impact on your cat's long-term health and wellbeing. Today, our Huntersville vets explain why your cat's weight matters, how you can tell if your cat is overweight, and how to help your cat achieve a healthier weight. 

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Is your dog overweight?

Is your dog overweight?

Our Huntersville veterinary specialists are seeing more and more dogs suffering from weight-related conditions such as diabetes and joint pain. But how can you tell if your pup is overweight? Today we share some signs that your dog may be overweight, and what you can do to help get your dog's weight back to a healthy level.

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Ultrasounds for Cats & Dogs - What You Need to Know

Ultrasounds for Cats & Dogs - What You Need to Know

You've just found out that your dog or cat needs an ultrasound. So, what exactly is an ultrasound and how can it help your pet? Our Huntersville vets explain how ultrasound scans are performed on pets in our in-house veterinary diagnostic lab.

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Why is my dog limping? What should I do?

Why is my dog limping? What should I do?

Limping is one of the most common reasons why dogs find themselves visiting our Hunterville emergency vets. Here we look at the causes of limping in dogs, what you can do to help your limping dog, and when it's time to see your vet.

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Caring for Pets in Huntersville

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