We've always seen dogs and bones as a natural pairing, but bones might just be a treat only for dogs in cartoons. Here, our Columbia vets discuss bone safety and whether or not dogs can actually eat bones.
Osteoarthritis is a degenerative joint condition in canines that becomes more severe over time. There is no current cure for this form of arthritis, however, symptoms are manageable in order to reduce chronic pain and give your pooch better quality of life! Our Columbia vets share the causes, symptoms, and treatment of osteoarthritis in dogs.
If you spot lameness in your horse and you rested them but the lameness has returned you may want to have them examined for conditions such as heel pain. Today, our Columbia equine vets discuss horse heel pain, the effects it can have on your horse if left untreated and how to prevent it from occurring.
Chronic pain can take a serious toll on a dog's quality of life. While manageable, chronic pain conditions can be difficult to diagnose. Here, our Columbia veterinarians discuss chronic pain conditions in dogs, their symptoms, and how you can help your pup manage their pain.
Contrary to what most think, ringworm is a type of fungus similar to athlete's foot. This fungus produces infective seeds known as spores, which are extremely resilient in the environment, and can infect all animals' skin, including dogs. Here, our Columbia veterinarians explain everything you need to know about ringworm in dogs and how to treat it.
While owning a cat can be a very rewarding and loving process, it can also be a long learning opportunity for the owner to better understand their aloof and independent feline friend. Cats aren't always as straightforward as dogs when it comes to pet care. Our Columbia vets share a routine care checklist for cats and how to care for a cat.
In order to best care for and protect your farm animals you will need to have an understanding of what to watch out for. Today, our farm vets in Columbia share some of the commonly seen diseases in dairy goats and sheep, the symptoms that accompany them and what can be done to treat your animal.
Does your pet require advanced diagnostics or treatment? If so, your primary care veterinarian can refer your cat or dog to a Board Certified Veterinary Specialist. In this blog, our Columbia veterinary specialists discuss what it means to be a board-certified specialist and what they can offer.
When you bring your farm animals in for routine exams, your vet will check for early symptoms of illness, internal damage and other serious conditions that should be addressed. Our vets in Columbia explain why regular veterinary checkups are essential for your farm animals and what to expect during these exams.
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.