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Why is my dog itching and scratching?

Why is my dog itching and scratching?

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.

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Help! My dog is constipated, what should I do?

Help! My dog is constipated, what should I do?

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.

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Caring For Your Pet After Surgery

Caring For Your Pet After Surgery

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.

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Can cats cause asthma in people?

Can cats cause asthma in people?

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. 

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Can cats have asthma?

Can cats have asthma?

It may come as a surprise to learn that like people, cats can suffer from asthma, and for many of the same reasons. Check out the symptoms below to learn whether your cat may be having an asthma attack, and what you should do if your cat has asthma.

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Vestibular Disease in Cats: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Vestibular Disease in Cats: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Witnessing a cat suddenly lose its' ability to maintain balance, orientation and a sense of direction can be upsetting.  Today our Rock-Hill vets share about the causes, symptoms and treatment of Feline Vestibular Disease.

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Cushing's disease in dogs

Cushing's disease in dogs

Cushing's disease in dogs can cause serious conditions and illnesses. Our Carolina Veterinary Specialists explain what causes the condition, as well as the symptoms and treatments.

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Signs Your Cat May Have Had a Stroke

Signs Your Cat May Have Had a Stroke

Strokes in cats can cause concerning neurological symptoms, but with the right treatment your pet may be able to recover and live a good quality of life. Our Rock Hill vets explain signs and symptoms, diagnostic tests and treatment options.

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Treatment for Vestibular Disease in Dogs

Treatment for Vestibular Disease in Dogs

Vestibular disease can be distressing for dog owners to witness, however this condition which affects balance often begins to improve after as little as 24 hours. Today our Rock Hill vets share some of the symptoms and treatments for vestibular disease in dogs.

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Cerebellar Hypoplasia & Cerebellar Degeneration in Dogs

Cerebellar Hypoplasia & Cerebellar Degeneration in Dogs

Cerebellar hypoplasia and cerebellar abiotrophy are serious conditions that can effect the cerebellum region of your dog's brain and lead to a loss of coordination and balance. Today our veterinary neurologist explains more about these neurological diseases in dogs.

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