In today's post, our Rock Hill vets explain why blood tests are important for dogs, when your dog may need blood work done, and what the results of some common blood tests can show us about your pup's health.
Pet Health Tips & Advice
Early diagnosis and treatment of cancer can, in many cases, give pets a good quality of life for months or years to come. Spotting the earliest signs of cancer is essential in order for treatment to begin as soon as possible, but what are the earliest signs of cancer in pets? Our Rock Hill vets explain.
Is a painful or damaged hip negatively impacting your dog's mobility and quality of life? A total hip replacement can often be an effective way to restore your dog's ability to run and jump comfortably again. Our Rock Hill vets explain the process.
Vomiting and diarrhea are common signs of gastrointestinal upset in cats and dogs (gastroenteritis). However, it isn't always straightforward when trying to pinpoint the precise cause of these troubling symptoms. Today, our Rock Hill vets discuss causes and what to do if your pet is experiencing these symptoms.
As veterinary specialists, our sincere hope is that your kitty never has to be one of our patients. We believe that the best way to help ensure that your cat stays as healthy as possible throughout their lifetime is regular visits to your primary care vet for wellness exams and preventive care. But how often should you take your cat to the vet? Here's what our Rock Hill vets recommend...
Much like a human's ACL, your dog's cranial cruciate ligament (also called the CCL, CrCL or cruciate ) allows your pup's knee to function correctly. If your dog has an injured cruciate, your Rock Hill vet may recommend TPLO surgery to stabilize your dog's knee and allow pain-free mobility.