Blood tests for cats are a valuable tool in most veterinary clinics. Our Rock Hill vets explain why blood tests for cats are important and what each test result might mean.
When most dogs are spayed or neutered, they are given anesthesia, and the majority of them will need it at least once more in their lives. As with us, our four-legged companions may require anesthesia during a surgery or procedure. Our Rock Hill veterinarians talk about what you should know about dog anesthesia today.
Urinary blockages are a serious concern for cats and have the potential to be life-threatening. If the routine solutions have proven to be ineffective then your vet may recommend surgical correction. In today's post, our Rock Hill vets talk about perineal urethrostomy (PU) surgery in cats and what will happen during your cat's surgery and recovery.
Osteoarthritis is a progressive, degenerative condition in dogs that becomes more severe over time. There's no cure for this painful condition, however, our Rock Hill vets can provide treatments that may help manage symptoms and allow your dog to enjoy a good quality of life as they age.
Our Rock Hill vets see far fewer urinary tract infections in cats than in dogs, nonetheless, there are a number of other urinary tract conditions that frequently affect older cats. Below we explain more about urinary tract infections and other urinary conditions in cats.
The benefits of having your dog vaccinated typically far outweigh the risk of reactions to the vaccines. That said, some dogs do react to getting their shots. Here's more from our Rock Hill vets on the most common reactions to vaccines in dogs, and what to do if your dog reacts.
Catawba Animal Clinic is welcoming new patients! Our experienced vets are passionate about the health of Rock Hill companion animals. Get in touch today to book your pet's first appointment.