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Our caring veterinarians at Friendly Animal Clinic share helpful tips and information in our blog to help you keep your Greensboro pets healthy and happy.

Checklist for a Successful First Vet Visit for Your Puppy

Checklist for a Successful First Vet Visit for Your Puppy

Your new puppy has won your heart and has brought joy and laughter to your home. Now it's up to you to ensure that your new fur baby receives the vital veterinary care they need to thrive. Here, our Greensboro vets discuss what to expect during your puppy's first vet visit.

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Dandruff in Dogs: Causes & Treatment

Dandruff in Dogs: Causes & Treatment

Have you noticed your dog leaving behind white flakes all over the house? In this post, our Greensboro vets discuss what you should know about dandruff in dogs and how it can be treated.

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Does my cat need a friend?

Does my cat need a friend?

As many cat parents will tell you, our feline friends aren't as aloof as they may first appear. Many cats crave the company of people and other pets. So, should you get a second cat to keep your first cat company? Our Greensboro vets share some tips to help you decide.

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Color Dilution Alopecia in Dogs - CDA Causes & Treatments

Color Dilution Alopecia in Dogs - CDA Causes & Treatments

Color dilution alopecia is a genetic skin condition that affects dogs that have been bred to have coats that appear blue or light fawn (Isabella) in color. CDA can leave your dog with patchy hair loss, and uncomfortable, itchy skin. Today, our Greensboro vets explain the causes of CDA, which breeds are affected, and how it can be treated.

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Would it be better to have 2 dogs?

Would it be better to have 2 dogs?

Having two furry family members can be lovely for you and your pets, but you are bound to face some challenges along the way. Here, our Greensboro vets share tips to help you introduce a second dog to your home.

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Keeping Your Canine Companion's Ears Healthy

Keeping Your Canine Companion's Ears Healthy

Just like us, dogs can experience discomfort and health issues if their ears are neglected. Today, our Greensboro vets explore why dog ear cleaning is essential, what you need for the task, and how to clean your companion's ears.

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Dog Allergy Testing: Is It Worth It?

Dog Allergy Testing: Is It Worth It?

If your dog is always really itchy, always seems to have an upset stomach, or is constantly chewing their paws, they might have allergies. Our Greensboro vets are here to talk about allergy tests for dogs.

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Blood in Dog's Stool: Is It an Emergency?

Blood in Dog's Stool: Is It an Emergency?

Responsible dog owners spend a lot of time picking up their dog's poop so they'll likely have a pretty good idea of what a normal stool looks like for your dog. But what should you do if you notice blood in your dog's stool? Our Greensboro vets explain.

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How Often Do Cats Need To Go To The Vet

How Often Do Cats Need To Go To The Vet

Every cat owner wants the very best for their fur baby. An important aspect of their care is taking them to the vet for routine checkups and our Greensboro vets are here to tell you how often. 

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How to Stop Your Cats From Scratching Your Furniture

How to Stop Your Cats From Scratching Your Furniture

Has your cat started scratching up your couch or other furniture? Our Greensboro vets are here with some tips to help curb this behavior and give your cat a better outlet for their energy.

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  • Friendly Animal Clinic and all its staff have ALWAYS taken AMAZING care of all of my babies. They definitely go above and beyond. Love them and will never take my babies to another vet as long as I live in Greensboro or a city nearby. I trust them 150% with my furbabies' health and wellbeing. I couldn't ask for a better vet to take my animals to. Thank you Friendly Animal Clinic for all you do. And always so nice, they make me feel right at home.
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