Anemia occurs when the body does not produce enough red blood cells. There are a few different types that a dog may experience. Here, our Columbia vets share the different types of anemia in dogs including symptoms and how it is diagnosed.
Dogs can get warm for various reasons from just running around to more serious medical issues. Knowing the signs and steps to take can help to address their symptoms quickly and prevent complications. Here, our Maury County Veterinary Hospital vets share the signs of a fever in dogs, why it happens, and what you can give a dog to reduce fever.
Is your pet dealing with pain from an injury, illness, or procedure? Some therapies can supplement their standard care plan and help to manage any discomfort. Here, our Columbia vets share some of the benefits of cold laser therapy for dogs and cats, how it works, and what pets may see improvement from it.
Parasites are external and internal pests that feed on your pet's blood and can cause a variety of potentially serious health issues. Here, our Columbia vets talk about how you can prevent parasites in dogs and the importance of parasite control for your pup and family.
Caring for your cat includes bringing them to the vet for routine vaccinations, exams, and parasite prevention. Vaccines are used to help protect them against serious illnesses and diseases. Here, our vets in Columbia share some vital information about the FVRCP vaccine, what it protects against, and what you need to know about these vaccinations.
Occasionally, cats can pick up external pests who love to make themselves at home in the folds of your cat's ears. Here, our Columbia vets talk about how cats contract ear mites, what the common symptoms are, and how your vet will treat this parasitic infection.
Just like you or I, our pets can go through phases where they feel a little down and sometimes there is no obvious cause. Our Columbia vets share some of the signs that your dog has depression or anxiety and ways that you can help ease their nerves.
Issues that cause strain or trouble breathing can be quite scary for your dog, and if not treated quickly they can have a number of potential complications. Our vets talk about pulmonary disorders in dogs and how our veterinary internal medicine department in Columbia can help manage these conditions.
Diagnostic testing, such as bloodwork, is able to provide your vet with valuable insight into the internal function of your kitty's organs and whether there are any medical concerns. Our Columbia vets talk about what we can learn from blood tests for cats and what the different components are.
If you haven't seen your cat drinking water in a while and their water dish stays full, it could mean that your cat is experiencing a health issue. Today, our Columbia vets share some of the reasons why your cat won't drink water and what you can do to help.
Maury County Veterinary Hospital is always accepting new patients. Our experienced veterinary team is passionate about the health and well-being of animals from across our community. Contact us today to book your first appointment.