Pet Care Tips

Full, Partial, and Laryngeal Paralysis in Cats

Full, Partial, and Laryngeal Paralysis in Cats

Full or partial paralysis in cats indicates that your kitty has lost their ability to move one or more body parts. On the other hand, laryngeal paralysis in cats is a disorder of the upper airway that affects your cat's voice and ability to breathe properly. Our Sharpsburg vets explain more about these very serious conditions.

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How to Choose the Perfect Pet for Your Family

How to Choose the Perfect Pet for Your Family

So you're ready to take on the responsibilities of pet ownership, but you're not sure what kind to get. When adding an animal to the family, there are numerous factors to consider. Our East Coweta Veterinary Hospital veterinarians discuss the various types of pets and the benefits and drawbacks that come with each.

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Osteoarthritis in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Osteoarthritis in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

In dogs, osteoarthritis is a degenerative condition that worsens over time. Although there is no cure for this painful condition, symptoms are frequently effectively managed to help your dog maintain a good quality of life as they age.

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How to Help Your Cat After Surgery

How to Help Your Cat After Surgery

There are some things you can do at home to help your cat return to its normal life as quickly as possible after surgery. Our Sharpsburg vets offer tips and advice on helping your cat recover after a procedure. 

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FHO Surgery on Cats

FHO Surgery on Cats

FHO surgery is a viable surgical option for feline hip problems that is both effective and affordable. Today, our Sharpsburg veterinarians will discuss cat hip anatomy, common hip problems in cats, and FHO surgery and recovery.

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Cataract Surgery in Dogs

Cataract Surgery in Dogs

Cataracts are a serious eye condition that can lead to blurred vision and eventually blindness in dogs. Our veterinarians discuss the causes and symptoms of cataracts in dogs.

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ACL Surgery for Dogs with a Torn Cruciate

ACL Surgery for Dogs with a Torn Cruciate

If your dog has a torn cranial cruciate ligament (CCL/ACL) your Thomasville vet may recommend surgery to repair the damage and get your dog up and running again. Here are 3 common surgery options for treating this knee injury in dogs.

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Can Cats Catch Colds?

Can Cats Catch Colds?

Cats can develop colds (respiratory infections) that are accompanied by all of the same symptoms of a human cold. If your kitty has a runny nose or is sneezing they could have a cold. In this blog, our Sharpsburg vets discuss cat colds including the causes, symptoms, and when you should bring your feline friend to the vet.

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My dog is constipated! What should I do?

My dog is constipated! What should I do?

Of all the digestive problems dogs can develop constipation is one of the most common. While you might not think it is serious, constipation could be life-threatening depending on what's causing it. Here, our Sharpsburg vets discuss the causes of constipation in dogs and how you can help your pup.

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Pet Insurance VS Pet Wellness Plans

Pet Insurance VS Pet Wellness Plans

There are distinct benefits to both wellness plans and pet insurance, but it's important to understand the differences between them. Here, our Sharpsburg vets explain more about wellness plans and pet insurance.

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