Worms in dogs are not a pleasant thing to deal with no matter the type. Today, our vets in Tazewell County discuss common types of worms in dogs, how they can be prevented, signs of worms and how they are diagnosed.
Even the most doting dog owner sometimes needs to be away from home. Do you know who you can rely on to care for your dog while you're away? Here, our Tazewell County vets share advice on what to do with your dog when you travel.
Has your cat lost their ability to move their back legs, all four legs, or another part of their body? They may be suffering from a type of paralysis. However, cats can also suffer from laryngeal paralysis — a disorder of the upper airway. Our Tazewell County vets share information about the condition.
If your pet is recovering from an injury or surgery or has a chronic health condition, they may benefit from pet rehabilitation and physical therapy. Today, our Tazewell County vets explain when rehabilitation may be useful and its benefits. We also list some specific treatment and therapy options.
Osteoarthritis is a degenerative condition that can become more severe in dogs over time. While there's no cure for this painful, progressive condition, our Tazewell County vets can offer treatment options to help manage symptoms and let your dog enjoy a good quality of life as they age.
Today, our Tazewell County vets discuss the most common reasons cats become overweight, what to do about it, how to recognize it and when to see your veterinarian.