Knowing how to care for your pet properly after surgery can help you to get your dog back to normal as quickly as possible, without complications. Today our Huntersville vets share some tips on how to care for your pooch following surgery.
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Animal Wellness Blog
Lyme disease is one of the most common tick-transmitted diseases in the world. Today, our Huntersville vets explain the causes, symptoms, and treatment of Lyme disease in dogs, and what you should do if you suspect that your pooch has Lyme.
Our vets understand that a diagnosis of liver cancer for your dog is terrifying. However it may not be all bad news depending on the type of liver cancer your dogs has. At Carolina Veterinary Specialists in Huntersville, our team of veterinary specialists uses advanced diagnostics and treatments to provide the best possible care to sick pets.
Many loving pet-parents don't think about skin cancer when it comes to their dogs. However, in spite of the fact that dogs are covered in fur, skin cancer is still a very real concern. Here are 3 skin cancers that our Huntersville oncology vet commonly sees in dogs.
It can be difficult for even the most attentive pet-parent to recognize when their cat is seriously ill. In part is this because cats tend to hide when not feeling well. Today our Huntersville vets share the symptoms of 3 cat illnesses that require a trip to the vet.
If your dog is suffering from a torn cranial cruciate ligament (CCL/ACL) your Huntersville vet may recommend surgery to repair the damage and get your dog up and running again. Here are 3 surgery options for treating this common knee injury in dogs.
In this post, our Huntersville vets explain what causes heat stroke, symptoms to watch for and actions to take if you think your dog is suffering from the condition. Plus: tips for prevention.