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How Long Can You Leave a Dog Alone?

How Long Can You Leave a Dog Alone?

Leaving your dog at home while you go out and run errands or even while you go to work in some cases is completely normal. But even dogs have limits on how long they can safely and comfortably be left alone for. Our Alpharetta vets share some ways to keep your dog entertained as well as how long you can leave a dog alone and when you should consider options such as boarding.

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Reasons To Board a Pet While on Vacation

Reasons To Board a Pet While on Vacation

If you need to go away occasionally, regardless of the reason, you know how difficult it can be to decide where to leave your precious pet. Today, our Alpharetta vets share some of the reasons why pet boarding is a great idea and what you can expect while you are on vacation.

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Cushing's Disease in Cats

Cushing's Disease in Cats

While Cushing's disease is not commonly seen in cats, it can affect them and have serious consequences if it occurs. Here our vets in Alpharetta discuss Cushing's disease in cats, what the signs of this condition are and what can be done to treat your feline friend.

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Pneumonia in Cats

Pneumonia in Cats

When a cat experiences inflammation of the lungs and airways it can result in the development of pneumonia and other complications. Today our Alpharetta vets discuss what pneumonia in cat sis as well what can be the likely causes and how it can be treated.

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Lyme Disease in Dogs: Treatment & Cure

Lyme Disease in Dogs: Treatment & Cure

Lyme disease is a common tick-transmitted disease seen in people and pets across North America. Although Lyme disease in people often leads to chronic symptoms such as joint pain, Lyme disease in dogs is treatable. Here our Alpharetta vets explain some causes, symptoms, and treatments for Lyme disease in dogs.

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Does My Dog Need Their Teeth Cleaned?

Does My Dog Need Their Teeth Cleaned?

Routine dental health care for your canine companion is a way to help ensure that their oral health is taken care of avoiding complications due to serious conditions that could occur and affect the rest of their body if left untreated. Our Alpharetta vets discuss dental conditions in dogs and how your dog having their teeth cleaned about regular oral examinations can help prevent dental issues.

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How To Recognize a High Fever in Dogs

How To Recognize a High Fever in Dogs

The symptoms of fever in dogs can be difficult to diagnose which can cause a delay in treatment for the underlying cause. Here, our internal medicine vets in Alpharetta share some of the signs of a high fever in dogs, what the causes are and how you can help care for your dog.

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Gingivitis in Cats

Gingivitis in Cats

Dental disease is prevalent in most cats that are over the age of three due to most cats not receiving the necessary routine dental care. Our Alpharetta vets share the signs and causes of gingivitis and dental disease in cats as well as ways that your can help prevent it from happening.

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Giardia in Cats: Symptoms, Causes & Treatment

Giardia in Cats: Symptoms, Causes & Treatment

Giardia is a group of protozoan parasites that has the ability to not only infect people but also dogs and cats causing symptoms such as diarrhea and upset stomach. Today our Alpharetta vets discuss giardia in cats, what the symptoms are and what the course of treatment looks like for your cat.

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Leptospirosis in Dogs

Leptospirosis in Dogs

Leptospirosis is a disease caused by bacteria that typically infects dogs but can easily be transmitted to their owners and other family members. Our Alpharetta vets are here to discuss leptospirosis in dogs, the symptoms and how you can help protect your dog from this disease.

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