As with humans, dental problems can be very painful for your cat, yet, as many as 85% of cats over the age of three have some form of dental disease. Below, our Villa Rica vets discuss the signs of dental disease in cats, along with information on diagnosis and treatment.
Our canine companions, like us, can experience depression or anxiety. While your dog's symptoms may indicate one of these conditions, the good news is that you may be able to help your dog feel better by following these tips from our Villa Rica veterinarians.
Spaying your female pet is an excellent method for preventing unwelcome litters of kittens or puppies from being in your care. In addition to this, it can help prevent your pet from developing certain types of cancer and prevent unwanted behaviors from occurring. In this post, our Villa Rica veterinarians provide additional information regarding the spaying procedure.
If you recently adopted a kitten or unfixed adult cat, you're probably wondering what the best practices are when it comes to spaying or neutering. In this post, our Villa Rica vets share what you need to know about getting your cat fixed and when you should do it.
Cats often seem like aloof, solitary animals but they are actually very sociable creatures who thrive on building intimate ties with other animals. Below, our Villa Rica vets discuss getting a second cat as a companion for your first, and how to introduce them to each other.
If you think that one puppy or kitten is adorable, then two must be twice as adorable, right!? While puppies and kittens may look sweet in photographs together and can keep each other company, there are some considerations any pet owner should keep in mind when raising a puppy and kitten in the same home. Here, our Villa Rica vets explain what they are.
Laser therapy can be used in combination with traditional treatment methods to manage a number of conditions and speed up healing. In this post, our Villa Rica vets talk about what veterinary cold laser therapy is and how exactly it helps our furry friends to feel better and get moving quicker.
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