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Our Fayetteville veterinary team shares helpful tips and advice to help you keep your pet looking and feeling great.

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Can My Cat Have Asthma

Can My Cat Have Asthma

It may come as a surprise to learn that like people, cats can suffer from asthma, and for many of the same reasons. Our Fayetteville vets discuss what signs might tell you if your cat may be having an asthma attack, and what you should do for them.

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Dog Rabies Vaccine Schedule

Dog Rabies Vaccine Schedule

Getting your dog vaccinated is the best way to protect your pup and family from dangerous illnesses such as rabies. In this blog, our Fayetteville vets discuss the rabies vaccination schedule for dogs and why it's important to have your canine companion vaccinated.

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Should My Indoor Cat Be Vaccinated?

Should My Indoor Cat Be Vaccinated?

Our [SITEIWDE][LOCATION] vets know that it can be tempting to skip vaccinations for indoor cats, but even if your feline friend stays inside there are some good reasons to have your kitty vaccinated. Our vets explain.

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The Reverse Sneeze in Dogs

The Reverse Sneeze in Dogs

Your dog suddenly stops, extends their neck, and produces a loud snorting sound. There is a good chance that you have just witnessed a reverse sneeze, and while it may be somewhat alarming it is common in small dogs. Below, our Fayetteville vets explain paroxysmal respiration.

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What causes seizures in dogs?

What causes seizures in dogs?

There are many different reasons why your dog may have a seizure, ranging from heat exhaustion to epilepsy. Here, our Fayetteville vets explain some of the reasons that a dog may have a seizure and what to do if yours does.

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Tapeworm Infection in Dogs

Tapeworm Infection in Dogs

Tapeworms are a common parasite that can infect Fayetteville dogs. Today our vets discuss tapeworms in dogs - including the common symptoms and treatments.

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Anal Sac Disease in Dogs

Anal Sac Disease in Dogs

Is your dog 'scooting' or having difficulties passing stool? Anal sac disease could be the problem. In today's post, our Fayetteville vets explain the causes, symptoms and treatments for this uncomfortable condition in dogs.

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Why Does My Dog Eat Grass?

Why Does My Dog Eat Grass?

Our Fayetteville vets are often asked by dog owners why their dog keeps eating grass, and whether it is safe. Here our team shares some of the reasons dogs eat grass, and when you should be concerned.

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How Does Plaque and Tartar Form on Dogs Teeth?

How Does Plaque and Tartar Form on Dogs Teeth?

Just like humans, when dogs eat, plaque can form on their teeth, and if it isn't brushed away regularly can harden into tartar which can cause a range of dental health problems. In this post, our Fayetteville vets explain how plaque and tartar form in a dog's mouth and how you can prevent it.

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Toxoplasma Gondii and What You Need to Know

Toxoplasma Gondii and What You Need to Know

Toxoplasma gondii is a protozoan parasite similar to giardia. Related to the coccidian protozoa, all warm-blooded animals are at risk of Toxoplasma gondii infection. Today our Fayetteville vets inform pet owners about everything they need to know regarding Toxoplasma gondii. 

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