Animal & Veterinary Care Blog

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.

What Is Labored Breathing In Dogs & Cats?

What Is Labored Breathing In Dogs & Cats?

Dogs and cats are known to pant, but that usually doesn't indicate a problem or that their breathing is labored. Labored breathing is when your pet is having a hard time breathing. Our Greensboro vets are here to talk about labored breathing in dogs and cat's actually is and what you can do to help them.

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Does My Pet Need Emergency Care?

Does My Pet Need Emergency Care?

Life can be unpredictable, and veterinary emergencies can happen at any time, though it can be difficult to recognize whether your pet needs emergency care or not. Our Greensboro vets are here to explain what situations require emergency care and what to do in the situation.

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Why Won't My Cat Stop Coughing?

Why Won't My Cat Stop Coughing?

Does your cat cough instead of purr these days? When your cat coughs, it's a sign that there is something irritating their lungs, airway, or throat. Some causes of cat coughing or wheezing are relatively common and easy to treat, while others can be more serious. Here, our Greensboro vets share some common causes of cat coughs and what to do. 

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Dog Chewing Problems: Why Dogs Chew and How to Stop Them

Dog Chewing Problems: Why Dogs Chew and How to Stop Them

Chewing is a completely normal and healthy activity for puppies and dogs but can become an issue when it becomes destructive to your home and belongings (you didn't need those shoes, did you?). If you're having problems with your dog chewing, here are a few tips from our Greensboro vets on how to stop your dog from chewing things they shouldn't. 

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Dog Skin Problems: Dog Scratching, Itching, & Other Issues

Dog Skin Problems: Dog Scratching, Itching, & Other Issues

In dogs, itching, scratching and licking are common signs of a skin condition called dermatitis. Our Greensboro vets list potential causes for your pup's skin problem and how you can help your pet feel better. 

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Why is my dog constipated? What should I do?

Why is my dog constipated? What should I do?

Dogs of any breed, size, age or lifestyle can become constipated. In fact, one of the most common digestive issues we see in pets is constipation. Here, our Greensboro vets share some advice on which actions to take if you think your dog might be constipated. 

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What is the best diet for a dog with kidney failure?

What is the best diet for a dog with kidney failure?

If your dog is experiencing kidney failure, feeding them the right diet will be a key element of treating and managing their symptoms. For dogs with kidney failure and kidney disease, our Greensboro vets may recommend a therapeutic diet.

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Acute Kidney Failure in Dogs

Acute Kidney Failure in Dogs

Dogs suffering from acute kidney failure may experience sudden, rapid decline in kidney function that will need urgent veterinary care. Here, our Greensboro vets list signs of acute kidney failure in dogs, and what to do if your dog displays symptoms.

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About Hepatitis in Cats: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment Options

About Hepatitis in Cats: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment Options

The liver disorder hepatitis can cause severe symptoms and health complications for your cat. Today, our Greensboro vets discuss the two types of hepatitis in cats, their causes and symptoms. We also share information about treatment methods. 

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IBD in Cats - Life Expectancy

IBD in Cats - Life Expectancy

Your cat’s appetite, digestion and quality of life can be impacted by Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD). It can also be difficult to diagnose. Here, our Greensboro vets offer advice and insight regarding IBD in cats, from causes and symptoms to diagnoses, treatment and life expectancy. 

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