It's normal to worry if your cat won't eat. Our Airport Pet Emergency Clinic vets list some common reasons why cats may stop eating, and how to tell if your cat’s case is an emergency.
Just like in people, our dogs' skin is their largest organ. When combined with their coat, it makes up 12% of the average dog's body weight. What you may not know is that your dog's daily nutrition can have a significant impact on the health and condition of its skin and coat. Here, our Blountville vets explain the relationship between your dog's skin, coat, and its diet.
Have you noticed your female cat is gaining weight and behaving more affectionately? She may be pregnant. Our vets in Blountville share some information about how we diagnose pregnancy in cats and what actions you can take to help your feline friend stay healthy.
Routine veterinary exams assist in keeping your pet healthy by providing your vet with the opportunity to give your cat or dog a checkup, look for any early signs of illnesses and monitor their overall physical health. Here our Blountville vets give you more information on when you should bring your furry friend for a vet checkup and what to expect.
From toys and grass to feces and roadkill...some dogs will eat anything. If your dog eats things it shouldn't there may be a good reason to be concerned. Today our Blountville vets look at why some dogs keep eating everything and tips on how to stop this problematic behavior.
We know that sometimes our dogs can fall ill and begin to show the associated symptoms, but what happens if they aren't your typical concerns? Here, our Blountville vets talk about why your dog has a dry heaving cough and what you can do to help them.