Whether your cat is eliminating outside the litterbox because of a medical problem or because of a behavioral problem, learn some different tips to help.
Are you seeing symptoms of diabetes in your cat (or maybe you’ve already received a diagnosis)? You likely have several questions. Our Asheville vets review risk factors for the disease and treatment options. We’ll also offer insight on when to seek help from your vet with treating cat diabetes.
If you have a dog or cat who is fearful, anxious, or stressed during veterinary visits, the veterinary team may have recommended that you give your pet a PVP, or pre-visit pharmaceutical. PVPs can help to make veterinary visits more likely to be successful. The goal is to make your pet’s veterinary visit more enjoyable and less stressful.
If you notice that your dog has a limp tail and is not wagging happily when you walk through the door, she may have a condition known as limber tail. This sad state of tail has many names, including cold-water tail, broken wag, swimmer’s tail, frozen tail, and sprung tail.
We chatted with Dr. Scott Loveless again to learn all of the ins and outs of food allergies, from what the usual culprits are, to how they're diagnosed, to how we treat them. If you suspect your pet has a food allergy, give this a listen!
This is an episode about allergies in the mountains! Specifically, skin allergies, as explained by Dr. Scott Loveless in our podcast. We talk about symptoms, diagnosis and treatment, and why allergies can be so very frustrating for everyone in the family. Coming soon: food allergies!
Distemper virus can be transmitted from raccoons to dogs through direct contact. Here our AHNA vets share how you can help to protect your dog from the distemper virus.