Our Matthews specialist vets understand how upsetting it can be to witness the symptoms of vestibular disease (or feline vestibular syndrome) in your cat. To help you understand this condition a little better, in today's post we look at the symptoms of feline vestibular disease and how it's treated.
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Helpful Tips & Advice From Our Team
Our Matthews, NC vets at Carolina Veterinary Specialists share helpful tips and information to help you keep your pets healthy.
Our Matthews vets know how alarming it can be to see your dog suddenly staggering and losing their balance as if they've had a few too many drinks. What's happening? Below are a few possible reasons why your dog is stumbling and falling down, and what you should do.
You play an essential role in helping your dog to recover well after surgery. Attentive, diligent post-op care can help your pup return to their daily routine as soon as possible. Here, our Matthews vets share tips on how to help your dog recover from surgery.
Cruciate Ligament tears are common knee injuries in dogs, and Tibial Tuberosity Advancement surgery is one of the ways this condition is treated. Today our Matthews vets discuss Tibial Tuberosity Advancement (TTA) Surgery for dogs, including its benefits, and what the procedure involves.
Ear mites are a highly contagious external parasite commonly seen in cats. Ear mites can severely irritate your kitty's ears and skin, often leading to infections, excessive itching, scratching and eventual health issues. Fortunately, these pests are relatively easy to treat. Here, our Matthews vets share the symptoms, causes and treatments for ear mites in cats.
If your dog has a habit of chewing and eating everything in sight, you might be concerned about potential intestinal blockages. Our Matthews vets see this serious condition frequently and if it's not treated quickly it can cause devastating health issues and in some cases, major surgery is required to save your dog's life.
Many of us are aware that athletes frequently fall victim to ACL injuries, but due to the anatomy of your dog's leg, this painful knee injury is also very common in dogs. Our Matthews vets explain the symptoms of ACL injuries in dogs, and the surgeries used to treat this condition.