The veterinarians at North Wake Animal Hospital share helpful tips and advice to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.

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How often do you take a cat to the vet?

How often do you take a cat to the vet?

Routine veterinary care is important for the lifelong health and well-being of your feline friend. Here, our Wake Forest vets discuss the importance of routine wellness exams and how often you should take your cat or kitten to the vet for checkups.

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Tooth Resorption in Cats

Tooth Resorption in Cats

Many cats experience dental issues as they age, including conditions like tooth resorption. In today's post, our Wake Forest vets discuss the different types of tooth resorption in cats, why it happens and what can be done to treat it.

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Teething Puppies: Tips & Tricks

Teething Puppies: Tips & Tricks

While finding tiny bite marks on all of your furniture can be very trying for any pet parent, teething is a natural process that also causes some pain for your pup. Here, our Wake Forest vets offer some information about teething in puppies and how you can help relieve the pain your puppy may be feeling.

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Dogs Eating Grass: Is my dog poisoned?

Dogs Eating Grass: Is my dog poisoned?

When you are out walking and your dog stops to enjoy the taste of the local vegetation, it can cause you to wonder how safe it might be for them. Here, our vets in Wake Forest provide an answer to 'Why do dogs eat grass?' and share some pros and cons of this behavior.

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Cats & Colds: Can a cat catch a cold?

Cats & Colds: Can a cat catch a cold?

Cats can get all types of illnesses but one that we don't think about often is colds. Could a sneezy cat be one experiencing this common illness? Our Wake Forest vets talk about cats and colds, if they can get them, and what to do if your cat does catch a cold.

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Why is My Dog Constipated & What to Do

Why is My Dog Constipated & What to Do

Issues affecting the bowels can affect all dogs regardless of breed or age. and constipation is one issue that is seen more than the rest. In this post, our Wake Forest veterinarians talk about constipation in dogs and why your dog may become constipated.

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Types of Fever in Cats & Signs

Types of Fever in Cats & Signs

While fevers can sometimes be mild and pass on their own, others are more serious and can indicate a serious medical condition. Today, our Wake Forest vets share the signs, symptoms, and causes of fever in cats, and the steps you should take when they happen.

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Aging Cats: When Is a Cat Considered a Senior?

Aging Cats: When Is a Cat Considered a Senior?

Even as your cat gets older they may not seem to change much, which can make it difficult to tell when they are getting older. Here, our Wake Forest vets talk about signs of aging in cats and answer the question of when is a cat considered a senior.

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Hip Replacement for Dogs

Hip Replacement for Dogs

When a dog's hip stops working as it should, it can lead to significant pain and reduced mobility. Our Wake Forest vets talk about how hip replacement surgery can improve your dog's quality of life and get your pup moving again.

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Is my cat sleeping too much?

Is my cat sleeping too much?

We all know that a cat's favorite pastime is napping. But why do cats sleep so much? Our Wake Forest vets offer some insight into cats' sleeping habits and how many hours of sleep a cat actually needs.

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