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Pet Care Know-Hows

On our blog, our Greensboro veterinarians at Guilford-Jamestown Veterinary Hospital share helpful tips and information to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.

Dog After Surgery: What to Expect?

Dog After Surgery: What to Expect?

It's critical for pet parents to understand how to care for their dog after surgery so that their pooch can return to a normal, active lifestyle as soon as possible. Here are some pointers from our Greensboro veterinarians on how to care for your dog after surgery.

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How To Care For a Kitten

How To Care For a Kitten

Bringing home a new kitten is both a joy and a big responsibility. To help you to provide your kitten with a great start to a long and healthy life, check out these tips from our Greensboro vets.

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Pet Care While on Vacation or Away

Pet Care While on Vacation or Away

No matter how much you love your pet, there are times when you will need to be away from home, so who will care for your dog or cat while you're on vacation or can't be home with them? Our Greensboro vets share advice on what to do with your cat or dog while you travel.

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Dog Scratching? What to do About Your Dog's Skin Problem

Dog Scratching? What to do About Your Dog's Skin Problem

Is an uncomfortable skin condition causing your dog to itch and scratch relentlessly? Here, our Greensboro vets share some of the possible reasons why your dog may be scratching.

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Caring For Your Cat After Surgery

Caring For Your Cat After Surgery

Following surgery, it is important to give special attention to your cat's care in order to avoid re-opening or aggravating the incision site. In today's post our Greensboro vets share strategies for helping your cat recover from surgery, including how to keep your cat from jumping after surgery.

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My dog is constipated. What should I do?

My dog is constipated. What should I do?

Constipation in dogs may not seem like a serious concern but depending on the cause it can be a life-threatening symptom of a serious underlying health issue. Our Greensboro vets and team explain why...

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When To Take Your Cat To The Vet For Limping

When To Take Your Cat To The Vet For Limping

Our feline friends are curious and active animals, and the odds are good that most cats will hurt themselves at some time in their life whether they are indoor creatures or outdoor adventurers. Here our Greensboro veterinary team explains why cats limp and what you should do if your cat is limping.

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Dog Joint Pain - Types Signs & Treatments

Dog Joint Pain - Types Signs & Treatments

Joint pain can seriously impact your dog's quality of life. Knowing the early signs of joint pain in dogs may help you to spot the condition early so that your canine companion can receive treatment before the condition becomes more severe. Our Greensboro vets share the causes and symptoms, as well as the treatment for joint pain in dogs.

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Why Routine Exams Are Important For Your Pet's Health

Why Routine Exams Are Important For Your Pet's Health

Wondering why you should take your cat or dog to the vet when they seem perfectly healthy? Taking your healthy animal for a routine exam gives your veterinarian the opportunity to monitor your pet's overall health and check for early signs of developing health issues. Here's what you can expect from your pet's routine exam and more about why these pet checkups are important.

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Tips for Coping with Puppy Teething

Tips for Coping with Puppy Teething

Puppy teething can be a trying time for pet parents. Pain caused by teething often leads our adorable companions to chew on things they shouldn't - like your favorite pair of shoes for example. Here are a few suggestions from our Greensboro vets on how you can help relieve your puppy's pain and get you both through this difficult stage.

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