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.
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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.
If your cat is starting to excessively cough, it means that something is irritating their throat, lungs or airways. When it comes to coughs, some causes are easy to deal with while others are more serious. Here, our Wake Forest veterinary team explain some of the possible causes for your kitty's cough.
There are distinct benefits to both wellness plans and pet insurance, but it's important to understand the differences between them. Here, our Wake Forest vets explain more about wellness plans and pet insurance.
Heartworm disease is a serious condition that can result in heart failure, severe lung disease, damage to other organs and even death for pets in Wake Forest. The disease is typically found in cats, dogs and ferrets. Here, our vets explain why prevention is key.
Ticks can spread a number of serious diseases and are therefore dangerous to people and pets. In this post, our Wake Forest vets explain how these external parasites thrive, including which signs to beware of, and how to keep ticks away from your pets and your family.