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Ear Mites in Cats - Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Ear Mites in Cats - Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Ear mites can cause severe irritation to a cat's ears and skin, but fortunately, this common parasite is relatively easy to treat. Today, we provide information on the causes, symptoms, and treatment options for ear mites in cats.

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Importance of Parasite Control in Dogs & Cats

Importance of Parasite Control in Dogs & Cats

Parasites pose a serious risk to the health and longevity of pets throughout Greensboro and surrounding areas, but preventing parasites has never been easier. How do parasites affect your dog or cat's health? How are parasites prevented? Read on to find out.

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How often and when should you take a cat to the vet?

How often and when should you take a cat to the vet?

You want to give your kitty all the love and care they need to thrive, but when it comes to veterinary care you find yourself a little lost. How often should you take a cat to the vet? Well, that depends. Read on to learn more.

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Miliary Dermatitis in Cats - Scabby Cat Disease

Miliary Dermatitis in Cats - Scabby Cat Disease

Miliary dermatitis is an allergic reaction seen in cats that causes your feline friend's skin to feel 'scabby' and irritated, which is why the condition is widely known as scabby cat disease. Today, we discuss miliary dermatitis in cats, its causes, and treatment.

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Parvovirus & Your Cat's Health

Parvovirus & Your Cat's Health

Parvovirus poses a serious risk to the health and longevity of your kitty, yet few cat parents know what it is, or how to protect their feline family member against this deadly disease. Our Greensboro vets share the facts about parvovirus in cats.

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I think my cat has a cold. What should I do?

I think my cat has a cold. What should I do?

Is your feline family member stuffy, sneezing and lethargic? Sounds like a cat cold. Our Greensboro vets discuss the symptoms of cat colds, what they are and when to book a vet appointment.

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What is the FVRCP vaccine for cats?

What is the FVRCP vaccine for cats?

At Guilford-Jamestown Veterinary Hospital in Greensboro our veterinarians recommend that all indoor and outdoor cats receive the FVRCP vaccine. Today we explain why this vaccine is essential and what this vaccine protects your cat against.

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Cat Rabies - What You Need to Know

Cat Rabies - What You Need to Know

Rabies is a highly contagious and deadly virus that can be seen in cats as well as other pets, wildlife, farm animals and people. Here, our Greensboro vets discuss rabies in cats including how common it is, symptoms to watch for, and how it can be prevented.

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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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