Hip dysplasia is a progressive, degenerative disease that actually begins when your dog is just a puppy, but generally isn't diagnosed until noticeable symptoms appear in adulthood. Today our Pittsboro vets discuss treatment options for hip dysplasia in dogs and ways to help reduce the impact of this painful condition on your dog's mobility.
Out of all the digestive issues our veterinary team sees in dogs at Pittsboro Animal Hospital constipation is one of the most common. Here, our Pittsboro vets discuss the causes and treatment options for constipation in dogs, as well as the dangers of having it go untreated.
Cats may start grooming excessively for psychological or medical reasons. Today, our veterinarians in Pittsboro explain why cats groom too much and how you can stop their excessive grooming.
Is your female cat experiencing weight gain, prompting suspicions of potential pregnancy? Our veterinarians in Pittsboro have provided valuable insights into additional signs that may indicate cat pregnancy. Continue reading to discover more about the signs to observe and the appropriate steps to take.
Curious and energetic creatures, our pets often find themselves in accidents and injuries due to their sense of fun and adventure. Today, our Pittsboro vets will share a few pet first-aid tips and discuss the actions to take if your dog or cat gets injured.
Many people believe that dogs and bones go together just like peanut butter and jelly. However, not all bones are safe for your furry friend to chew on. In fact, some bones can be harmful to their health and safety. Our vets in Pittsboro are here to help you understand how to keep your dog safe when it comes to bones.
You love your cat, and you both share a special bond. But have you ever wondered why your cat sometimes pees outside its little box? in this article, our Pittsboro vets share a few reasons why cats urinate outside their litter box and what you can do to try and stop it.