Rabies is a contagious virus that is particularly deadly to cats, thankfully, it is completely preventable. Our Wake Forest vets are here to discuss the symptoms of rabies and how to prevent it from harming your cat.
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By the age of three, roughly 80% of dogs will experience some form of dental disease. This is why maintaining your dog's oral health is so important. Our Wake Forest vets are here to discuss some of the common dental diseases in dogs, and how you can help prevent them from developing.
The dog's cranial cruciate ligament (CCL) is often referred to as the dog's ACL or 'cruciate'. This connective tissue that joins the upper and lower leg bones at the dog's knee is commonly injured in dogs. Today, our Wake Forest vets describe the main forms of ACL surgery for dogs.
Tick-borne diseases pose a serious health threat for Wake Forest pets and their owners. These illnesses can be both painful and life-threatening if preventative care isn't administered by your vet. Here are some common tick-borne illnesses in dogs, as well as symptoms to keep in mind.
Our Wake Forest vets know that cats can be incredibly picky eaters, so, if your cat is refusing to eat it can be quite difficult to know why. Here are a few of the reasons why your cat may not be eating and when you should take them to your veterinarian's office for assessment.
You may not think very often about your cat's size. They're just cuddly, right? But carrying even just a few extra ounces can make a big difference when it comes to your feline friend's health and longevity. Here, our Wake Forest vets explain how you can tell if your cat is overweight.
Heartworm disease is a serious and possibly fatal disease that can affect your dog. This disease is caused by parasitic worms and spread to your pup through bites from infected mosquitos. These dangerous parasites can live in your dog's heart, lungs and blood vessels. Here, our Wake Forest vets share information to help you protect your pet.
Excessive licking, scratching and itching are signs that your dog may have a skin condition like dermatitis. Find out what may be causing these skin issues and how you can help to treat them from our Wake Forest vets.