The tick-borne disease Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever (RMSF) is found in dogs across the United States. The condition can cause symptoms ranging from mild to potentially life-threatening. Our Greensboro vets offer advice on symptoms, treatment and prevention.
Lyme disease is transmitted by ticks and commonly seen in dogs (and people) across the US. Though many dogs that carry Lyme are asymptomatic, others will suffer from debilitating symptoms. Here, our Greensboro vets explain the causes, symptoms and treatment for Lyme disease in dogs.
Hyperthyroidism may become an issue for your middle-aged or older cat. In this post, our Greensboro vets define the disease, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment options.
When you start looking into flea treatments for your dog, you may be surprised to discover the sheer number of options available. Choosing the best one for your pup can be confusing. Today, our Greensboro vets discuss different types of flea treatments to help you find the safest option.
Our Greensboro vets review risk factors for cat diabetes and treatment options. We’ll also offer insight on when to seek your vet’s help with treating cat diabetes.
Our Greensboro vets understand that finding a lump or bump on your canine best friend can be very concerning. While many lumps are not caused by cancer, there are a number of common cancers that appear in dogs, and it can be helpful to watch for signs of this serious disease.
Fungal dermatitis is fairly common in dogs, but can become severe if left untreated. Our Greensboro vets offer advice on signs, symptoms and potential treatments for the condition.
Is it time to bring home a fun-loving, furry bundle of joy for the family? If you’re looking for the best dog for kids, our Greensboro vets offer valuable insight. Here is our advice on how to choose your new pup - along with some picks for best family dogs for kids.