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Pet Health Tips & Advice

Check in often to discover more tips and advice on pet health, from our dedicated team at Carolina Veterinary Specialists in Rock Hill.

What causes seizures in dogs?

What causes seizures in dogs?

If your dog has a seizure it can be distressing for both you and your pet. Today our Rock Hill vet share some of the causes of seizures in dogs and what you should do if your dog has a seizure.

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What is Anemia in Dogs?

What is Anemia in Dogs?

Rather than a disease, anemia in dogs is a symptom related to a number of possible underlying conditions. Today our Rock Hill vets share more about the causes, symptoms and treatments for anemia in dogs.

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Tularemia 'Rabbit Fever' in Dogs

Tularemia 'Rabbit Fever' in Dogs

Tularemia is a bacterial disease that is typically mild when contracted by a healthy dog, but can be deadly for pets that are immune compromised. Today our Rock Hill vets share a few facts about tularemia and how your dog could contract this relatively rare disease.

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Cat Illnesses That Should Not Be Ignored

Cat Illnesses That Should Not Be Ignored

Cats are stoic creatures that often hide when they feel unwell. That can make detecting when your cat is sick, somewhat challenging. Today our Rock Hill vets share the symptoms of common but serious cat illnesses to help you recognize when your cat is sick.

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What should I do if my dog drinks antifreeze?

What should I do if my dog drinks antifreeze?

Antifreeze is a common hazard for dogs, as it takes a very little amount to cause fatal damage to their systems. Our Rock Hill vets describe symptoms of antifreeze poisoning, and what you should do if you discover your dog consumes it.

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ACL (CCL) Injuries in Dogs & Available Treatment Options

ACL (CCL) Injuries in Dogs & Available Treatment Options

Due to the anatomy of your dog's leg, ACL injuries are common. Here, our Rock Hill vets explain what the ACL is, how to spot an ACL injury in your dog, and what treatments are available to get your dog up and running once again.

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Vet Care for Rock Hill Pets

Carolina Veterinary Specialists in Rock Hill, accepts new patients to our specialty services by referral only. Our 24/7 emergency service welcomes all patients.

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