Difficulty Breathing in Cats & Dogs

Difficulty Breathing in Cats & Dogs

Panting or heavy breathing after exercise is quite normal for all pets. However, shortness of breath at other times may indicate an emergency. Here, our Columbia vets discuss the signs of breathing difficulties in dogs and cats and what to do if it occurs.

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Diarrhea in Dogs

Diarrhea in Dogs

Diarrhea not only makes a mess everywhere but also causes a number of uncomfortable symptoms. Today, our vets in Columbia explain the causes of diarrhea, what to do if your dog's stool is bloody, and when to call an emergency vet.

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Signs Your Pet Needs Emergency Care & What to Do

Signs Your Pet Needs Emergency Care & What to Do

While some emergencies can be obvious, there can be times when you aren't entirely sure if you should bring your cat or dog in for emergency care. Here, our Columbia veterinarians share the signs that your pet needs to see an emergency vet and what to do when emergencies happen.

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Signs of Pain in Cats & What Can Help

Signs of Pain in Cats & What Can Help

At some point, you've likely heard that cats don't show pain or illness. This is not far from the truth. They will hide it to protect themselves in the wild. Our vets in Columbia share the sometimes subtle signs of pain in cats and talk about when you should visit the vet and what can be done to help your feline friend.

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Constipation in Dogs: Is it an emergency?

Constipation in Dogs: Is it an emergency?

While you can expect your dog's bowels to have occasional issues, constipation should be addressed quickly to prevent serious complications. Here, our Columbia vets share the common signs and causes of constipation in dogs and talk about when emergency care is needed. 

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The Signs & Symptoms of Pain in Dogs

The Signs & Symptoms of Pain in Dogs

While you can take all the possible precautions to protect your dog, accidents can still happen. Knowing the symptoms that accompany illness or injury, such as pain, can help get them feeling better quickly. Here, our Columbia vets talk about the signs that a dog is in pain, what can cause pain in dogs, and when it might be serious.

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What are tick-borne diseases in dogs?

What are tick-borne diseases in dogs?

External parasites like ticks carry organisms that can seriously affect the well-being of your pet. This makes parasite protection crucial for all furry friends. Here, our Columbia vets share some of the most common tick-borne diseases and illnesses in dogs and how they impact their health.

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Diagnosing Different Types of Anemia in Dogs

Diagnosing Different Types of Anemia in Dogs

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.

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Fever in Dogs

Fever in Dogs

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.

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Laser Therapy in Veterinary Medicine

Laser Therapy in Veterinary Medicine

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.

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