Pet Care Tips

Cherry Eye in Dogs: Causes & Risk Factors

Cherry Eye in Dogs: Causes & Risk Factors

Dogs can get a condition known as cherry eye, where their eyes swell up and turn red. In this post, our Sharpsburg vets explain the causes and treatment of cherry eye.

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Why does my pet need a urinalysis?

Why does my pet need a urinalysis?

At East Coweta Veterinary Hospital we like to educate our clients on topics they may not understand yet as new pet owners. In this article, our Sharpsburg vets will discuss urinalysis for pets, as well as how to understand urinalysis results.

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Ultrasound Examination in Dogs

Ultrasound Examination in Dogs

Is an ultrasound needed if your dog is pregnant? Our Sharpsburg vets explain how ultrasounds work and the information gathered during an ultrasound.

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PU Surgery in Cats & Recovery Process

PU Surgery in Cats & Recovery Process

Urinary blockages can be life-threatening for cats if not treated immediately with a perineal urethrostomy. In today's post, our Sharpsburg vets talk about what perineal urethrostomy surgery is and when it is needed.

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X-Rays For Dogs

X-Rays For Dogs

If you've scheduled an X-ray appointment for your dog, you might be curious about the process. In the following article, our Sharpsburg vets outline what to expect when you bring your dog in for an X-ray.

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How to Travel With a Cat

How to Travel With a Cat

Are you unsure of what to do with your cat when you travel? Our Sharpsburg vets explain the best way to travel with a cat, how to travel long distances with a cat, and how to make the journey easier for your pet. 

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Fractured Teeth in Cats

Fractured Teeth in Cats

Cats are not as known for chewing or exploring the world with their mouths as dogs are, but they can still get up to no good and even damage their teeth! Here, our Sharpsburg vets discuss the signs and symptoms of fractured teeth in cats and when it is considered an emergency.

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Fever in Cats

Fever in Cats

If your cat has a fever it could indicate an underlying health issue. Today our Sharpsburg vets explain the causes and signs of fevers in cats and how you should care for your feline friend if they have a fever.

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Mastitis in Dogs

Mastitis in Dogs

Mastitis is a real concern for pregnant dogs and for those who own them. In this post, our Sharpsburg vets answer questions about the, causes, treatment, and symptoms of mastitis in female dogs.

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Why is my dog drooling?

Why is my dog drooling?

Drooling is a normal part of life for some breeds of dog, but what do you do if there's a lot of slobber on your pet's face? Is it cause for concern? Today, our Sharpsburg vets discuss what causes drooling in dogs and when you should be concerned.

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