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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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.
Oral health issues can be just as painful for our feline friends as they are for us. In fact, mouth and tooth pain can even prevent your feline friend from eating. Here, our Greensboro vets explain some of the best ways to keep your cat's whole mouth clean and healthy.
Your cat's kidneys perform several important functions that are essential for keeping your kitty healthy. Here, our Greensboro vets explain kidney failure in cats, potential causes, treatments and signs of end stage kidney failure.
Although cat urinary tract infections are rare compared to the occurrence of UTIs in dogs, cats (particularly senior cats) can experience a host of other urinary tract issues that cause similar symptoms. Today our Greensboro vets share the symptoms, causes and treatments for urinary tract infections and diseases in cats.
While you may think of your cat as cute and cuddly, carrying extra weight can negatively impact your cat's health and longevity. Here, our Greensboro vets explain how you can tell if your cat is overweight, and what you should do.
Anemia is a serious condition in cat's that is typically caused by an underlying health problem that requires urgent treatment. Today our Greensboro vets explain the types of anemia seen in cats as well as the causes, symptoms and treatment options available.