We are excited to welcome back smiling faces into the Animal Hospital of North Asheville starting Monday, June 7th. It has been a long time and we have missed you! For the safety and health of clients and staff, we will be opening in phases. Initially, we will offer both in-person and curbside appointments for wellness, illness, and emergency visits; clients who wish to remain in their car during their pet’s visit will still be able to do so.
Our veterinarians at Animal Hospital of North Asheville share helpful tips and information to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.
We would like to share some of the challenges of working in veterinary medicine through the COVID-19 pandemic and how it effects your visit. Our goal to provide high quality medical care for our patients while keeping our staff and our clients safe, we have had to modify how we offer services in a way that fits the required guidelines for staying open.
If you want to ensure that your feline friend has the best possible chance of being returned to you if they are lost or stolen, then microchipping your cat is essential. Today, our North Asheville vets discuss the benefits of microchips for cats and how they work.
Accidents, injuries and sudden illnesses happen to pets unexpectedly at any time of the day or night. But how can you tell whether your pet's issue is a veterinary emergency? Our North Asheville vets share some examples of situations that require emergency care.
Pet parents often ask our North Asheville vets why their dog needs the Bordetella vaccine and whether their dog could have a reaction to this vaccine. Below we look at how this vaccine can benefit your dog, and the possible side-effects you should be aware of.
Our North Asheville vets understand how tempting it can be to skip vaccinations for indoor cats, but even indoor cats need protection against highly contagious, potentially serious conditions. Below are a few reasons why, and our recommendations for vaccines for indoor cats.
From toys and grass to feces and roadkill...some dogs will eat anything. If your dog eats things it shouldn't there may be good reason to be concerned. Today our North Asheville vets look at why some dogs eat everything they see and tips on how to stop this problematic behavior.
Chewing is a normal activity for dogs but you probably don't want to sacrifice your good furniture or new boots to your dog's favorite pastime. Here are a few tips from our North Asheville vets on how to stop your pup from chewing things they shouldn't.