Our veterinarians in Rock Hill share helpful tips and advice to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.

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Ultrasounds for Dogs

Ultrasounds for Dogs

Canine ultrasounds play a crucial role in helping vets diagnose various health conditions in dogs. And when diagnosed early, these conditions can be treated more effectively, leading to better outcomes for the dogs. Today, our Rock Hill vets explain ultrasounds and the role they play in veterinary medicine. 

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The Importance of Regular Fecal Exams for Dogs & Cats

The Importance of Regular Fecal Exams for Dogs & Cats

Annual fecal exams for cats and dogs, done at your Rock Hill vet's office, are the best way to ensure that your pet and your family are safe from intestinal parasites. Yearly fecal exams give your vet an opportunity to check for intestinal parasites that could otherwise be missed. 

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Types of Diagnostic Testing for Pets

Types of Diagnostic Testing for Pets

Veterinary diagnostic tests are an exceptional tool used by our Rock Hill veterinarians to help us pinpoint the cause, extent, or seriousness of your pet's illness or injury. Depending on the condition, the type of pet diagnostic test used will vary. Below are a few of the tests that your vet may recommend to help diagnose or treat your dog or cat.

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Thyroid Hormone Testing in Dogs

Thyroid Hormone Testing in Dogs

The diagnosis and management of thyroid diseases in dogs need valid testing for them to be accurate. Today, our Rock Hill vets discuss what thyroid testing is, how thyroid testing is done, and some common types of tests.

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Cranial Cruciate Ligament Rupture in Dogs

Cranial Cruciate Ligament Rupture in Dogs

Cranial cruciate ligament (CCL) ruptures are a relatively common orthopedic injury seen in dogs. Our Rock Hill vets explain cruciate ligament ruptures including the signs and treatment options for dogs.

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Enucleation: Eye Removal in Cats and Dogs

Enucleation: Eye Removal in Cats and Dogs

Learning that your cat or dog needs eye removal surgery can be shocking, and you'll likely have many questions. In this post, our Rock Hill veterinarians explain pet eye removal in detail. We also discuss recovery time, potential complications, and more.

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Cataracts in Cats

Cataracts in Cats

Have you noticed your cat's eyes have started to cloud over, this may be a sign that your cat is developing cataracts in its eyes? Today, our Rock Hill vets will provide you with information on cataracts in cats and what to look out for.

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Understanding Blood Tests for Cats

Understanding Blood Tests for Cats

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.

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Anesthesia for Dogs

Anesthesia for Dogs

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.

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PU Surgery in Cats

PU Surgery in Cats

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.

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