Years of running, jumping and walking take a toll on your pet's joints. When your once energetic cat or dog starts to slows down or appears to be in pain, osteoarthritis may be to blame. The disea ...View Article
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Posted on 03-21-2017
By Dr. Rory Hekking
Even though this winter has often felt like spring, we are now gearing up to enjoy the real season. But behind all the joys that spring brings hides a force that can make even the most perfect day a downer: allergies
With all the trees, flowers, and grass growing and blooming, we also get a rise in pollen and flea counts. This leads to itching, itching, itching! Here are some tips to help your itchy pet at home.
Itching by itself can resolve with some of the above treatments. If, however, your pet starts getting bumps or sores from the itching then they need to be seen right away. That is a sign of infection and antibiotics and stronger anti-itch medication will be needed to help them feel better.
We all love the warm weather that Georgia springs bring with them. Follow these tips and give us a call so we can work together to make sure our pets feel the same way!
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