While they are much rarer than urinary tract infections in dogs, cats (senior cats in particular) do frequently experience other issues with their urinary tract. In this post, our Tazewell County vets list symptoms, causes and treatments for urinary tract infections and diseases in cats.
Our Tazewell County veterinarians share valuable tips and advice to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.Book An Appointment
Your vet has recommended bloodwork for your pet. But why should you take your cat or dog for these diagnostic tests, what can it tell you about your pet's health, and how often should it be done? Our Tazewell County vets share some answers in this post.
Joint pain is a common condition that afflicts dogs of all ages, affecting their quality of life and, if untreated, potentially developing into serious conditions and injuries. Our Tazewell County vets walk you through joint pain in your pup, including its types, causes and treatments.
Are you dreading spending the time to bring your dog in for vaccinations and boosters? Our Tazewell County vets have put together a handy vaccination schedule — it's the best way to protect your canine companion from numerous serious, potentially life-threatening diseases.
Spaying is a rite of passage for a female dog or cat (and a responsible, loving action to take for your pet). That said, many pet parents debate whether to choose a laser spay or traditional spay for their animal. Our Tazewell County vets offer their best advice about your options.
Like humans, our dogs can suffer from the impact of tooth decay and gum disease. This is why dental care for your dog's teeth is essential to your pup's overall health. Today, our Tazewell County vets share some advice for keeping your pooch's teeth clean and their mouth healthy.