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Aging In Cats - When Is A Cat Considered Old

Aging In Cats - When Is A Cat Considered Old

With recent advancements in veterinary care, pet nutrition and pet owner education, today's cats are living longer than ever. Today, our Augusta vets share what to expect as your cat ages and tips for caring for your senior cat.

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How often should I take my cat to the vet?

How often should I take my cat to the vet?

Your cat relies on you to provide them with everything they need to stay happy and healthy. Regular wellness exams and preventive care are fundamental aspects of giving your cat their best shot at a long and healthy life. Whether your feline friend is young or old here's what our Augusta vets recommend.

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Tips To Help Make Puppy Grooming Stress-Free

Tips To Help Make Puppy Grooming Stress-Free

About to groom your puppy for the first time, or take them for their first trip to the groomers? Here are a few tips from our Augusta vets to help the process go smoothly.

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Cat Fever Symptoms, Causes & What To Do

Cat Fever Symptoms, Causes & What To Do

If your cat has a fever it could indicate an underlying health issue. Today our vets at Highland Animal Hospital in Augusta explain some causes of fevers in cats and how to help your sick kitty.

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The Bordetella Vaccine to Help Prevent Kennel Cough in Dogs

The Bordetella Vaccine to Help Prevent Kennel Cough in Dogs

If your dog goes to doggy daycare, is boarded on occasion, or visits the groomer, they will need to be protected from the highly contagious Bordetella virus. Our Augusta vets explain Bordetella and when your dog should be vaccinated.

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What To Expect From Your Dog's Tooth Extraction

What To Expect From Your Dog's Tooth Extraction

If your dog's tooth is broken or decayed beyond repair, an extraction may be necessary to stop or prevent infection. Today, our Augusta vets explain what you can expect if your dog is getting a tooth removed.

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Dental Problems in Cats

Dental Problems in Cats

Your cat relies on you to provide them with everything they need to stay happy and healthy. Regular wellness exams and preventive care are fundamental aspects of giving your cat their best shot at a long and healthy life. Whether your feline friend is young or old here's what our Augusta vets recommend.

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Signs of Infection After Spaying or Neutering Your Dog

Signs of Infection After Spaying or Neutering Your Dog

The risk of complications from spay or neuter surgery is minimal, but occasionally infections do occur. Today, our Augusta vets explain the signs of infection to watch for after your dog's spay or neuter surgery.

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Cat Hernias & Hernia Treatments

Cat Hernias & Hernia Treatments

While cat hernias aren't usually serious they generally require treatment in order to avoid further complications. Today, our Augusta vets explain hernias in cats and offer insight into what you can expect if your cat has hernia surgery.    

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Dog Cataract Surgery

Dog Cataract Surgery

Cataracts are a common eye condition in dogs that leads to blurred vision and eventual blindness if left untreated. In some cases,  cataract surgery can help to restore the dog's vision. Today, our Augusta vets share more about cataract surgery for dogs.

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