To help you understand why your pet may need a CT scan or PET scan our Rock Hill specialist vets explain what PET/CT technology is used for and what you should expect when you bring your pet in for diagnostic imaging.
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It can be easy to ignore your cat's weight. Perhaps you just think of your feline friend as extra cuddly, but carrying just a few extra ounces can make a big difference to your cat's long-term health. Here our Rock Hill vets explain how to tell if your cat is overweight.
Fluid in the lungs (pulmonary edema) is most often associated with pneumonia in dogs, but it can also accumulate due to numerous other conditions. In this post, our Rock Hill internal medicine vet lists the causes, symptoms and treatments for fluid in the lungs in dogs.
Dog obesity is on the rise and having a negative impact on the overall health of our furry friends. Here, our Rock Hill vets describe signs that can indicate your dog is overweight, and what you should do to help get your pup's weight back to a healthier level.
Itching, scratching, and licking are signs of dog skin problems. To help you figure out why your pooch is being tormented by itchy skin our Rock Hill vets share some of the most common skin problems seen in dogs, and what you can do to help your pup feel better.
All dogs can become constipated regardless of breed, age or size. Constipation is actually one of the most common digestive issues our Rock Hill vets see in dogs. In today's post, our vets offer some tips on what you should do if you think your dog is constipated.
Understanding how to properly care for your pet after they have undergone an operation is key to helping them get back to normal as quickly as possible and without complications. Here our Rock Hill veterinary team will walk you through some tips and tricks for caring for your beloved pet after surgery.
We know that you love your feline friend but the sad fact is that your cat may be the cause of your asthma attacks. If you aren't ready to find a new home for Kitty just yet, there are a few things you can try to help reduce the cat-related allergens in your home, and possibly reduce the frequency of your asthma attacks.