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Heatstroke in Dogs: Signs & Symptoms

Heatstroke in Dogs: Signs & Symptoms

Our Smyrna veterinarians define heatstroke in dogs and offer a list of symptoms to look out for as the temperature rises. We also discuss how to prevent heatstroke in dogs and what to do if you suspect your dog is suffering from this dangerous condition.

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Feline Asthma - Signs & Symptoms of Asthma in Cats

Feline Asthma - Signs & Symptoms of Asthma in Cats

While we may not think of asthma when it comes to our feline companions, it affects approximately 1-5 percent of cats. Today, our Smyrna veterinarians discuss the common symptoms of feline asthma, the causes of feline asthma, and how to treat feline asthma.

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Why Would My Pet Need to See a Veterinary Internal Medicine Specialist?

Why Would My Pet Need to See a Veterinary Internal Medicine Specialist?

Many pet owners may not even be aware that veterinary medicine has specialists. But they do! As with human medicine, there are numerous specialties for pets, one of which is internal medicine. A veterinarian who has gone through the process to become board-certified in internal medicine is called an internist. Here, our Smyrna vets explain.

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What is Anemia in Dogs?

What is Anemia in Dogs?

Anemia can be caused by several serious underlying health problems in dogs. The various types of anemia seen in dogs, as well as their symptoms and treatment options, are discussed in today's post by our Smyrna veterinarians.

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Cushing's Disease in Cats

Cushing's Disease in Cats

Although Cushing's disease is relatively rare in cats when it does occur the symptoms can be alarming. Today our Smyrna Veterinary Internal Medicine Specialist shares some of the symptoms of Cushing's disease in cats, and the causes of this serious condition.

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How Often Does My Dog Need Teeth Cleaning?

How Often Does My Dog Need Teeth Cleaning?

Canine tooth decay and gum disease are just as common as human tooth decay and gum disease. Brushing your dog's teeth, as a result, is an essential part of maintaining your dog's overall health. In today's post, our Smyrna veterinarians explain how to clean a dog's mouth and keep his teeth healthy.

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Finding the Right Vet for Your Cat or Dog

Finding the Right Vet for Your Cat or Dog

It's a thrilling experience to welcome a new pet into your home. You must now locate a veterinarian who can provide the high-quality care that your new cat or dog requires and deserves. Our Smyrna veterinarians offer tips on how to find the right veterinarian for your cat or dog today.

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Hepatitis in Dogs: Symptoms, Prognosis & Treatment

Hepatitis in Dogs: Symptoms, Prognosis & Treatment

Canine infectious hepatitis is a contagious disease that affects several organs. Our Smyrna veterinarians explain the symptoms, prognosis, and other aspects of hepatitis in dogs in this post.

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How to Treat Cat Gingivitis

How to Treat Cat Gingivitis

Dental issues in cats can be excruciatingly painful. Up to 85% of cats over the age of three have some form of dental disease, and gingivitis is the precursor to periodontal disease. This stage is reversible with adequate care, and our Smyrna vets will assist you in getting there.

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Can Dogs Get Cavities?

Can Dogs Get Cavities?

Dental problems in dogs can be just as troublesome as they are in humans. If you've ever had a cavity in one or more of your teeth, you know how inconvenient they can be. Dogs, too, can develop tooth cavities, and our Smyrna veterinarians explain the causes, symptoms, and treatment options for dog tooth cavities.

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