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.
Qualified Advice From Our Vets
The veterinarians at North Wake Animal Hospital share helpful tips and advice to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.
If you have been told that your cat suffers from stomatitis it means that they have a very advanced and painful form of gum disease. Our Wake Forest vets share some of the common causes of stomatitis in cats, the symptoms of stomatitis to watch for and what can be done to treat this form of gum disease.
Mastitis is a serious condition that is the cause of infections in pregnant dogs or dogs that have recently had puppies. In this post, our Wake Forest vets share some information about mastitis in dogs, what it is caused by and what can be done to treat it and get your dog feeling well again.
Vaccinations provide your pup with protection from a number of serious but preventable diseases and illnesses. While they are typically safe there is a chance that a reaction may occur. Our Wake Forest vets share the risks and benefits of vaccinations for dogs and what to do if your pup has a reaction to their vaccines.
Routine preventive care for your cat or kitten includes more than just parasite protection or vaccinations. It also includes sterilization. Our vets in Wake Forest talk about what to expect from your male cats before and after neutering and the signs of complications to watch for.
Diagnostic imaging is a tool used by veterinary teams to help determine the seriousness of your cat or dog's illness or injury. Here, our Wake Forest vets share some of the types of diagnostic tests available that may be used to diagnose your pet and determine treatment options.
Our veterinary team strongly believes that educating pet parents is an important part of pet care. So today, our Wake Forest vets share some information about urinalysis for dogs and cats and what you can expect from this diagnostic test for your pet.
If you have a cat then you will most likely spend some time near their face, which can be awful if they are experiencing the effects or oral conditions, such as bad breath. Our Wake Forest vets talk about the causes of bad breath in cats and what you can do to improve the smell.
Caring for your cat after they have had surgery is a crucial part of their recovery. With adequate care, your feline friend will be able to feel better faster. Here is some advice from our Wake Forest vets about how you can help with your cat's recovery after they've had surgery.