Veterinary News, Tips & Advice

Healthy Treats for Your Pet

Healthy Treats for Your Pet

With any pet treats, moderation is key. Here are some tips on choosing the right treats for your pet's diet.

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Choosing the Right Cat Carrier

Choosing the Right Cat Carrier

When deciding on modes of transportation, you look for safety, comfort, affordability and durability. The same standards apply when you are selecting transportation for your cat.

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Safe Chews for Dogs

Safe Chews for Dogs

Have you ever broken a tooth? If you have, you know that the sensation ranges from uncomfortable sensitivity to extremely painful. Here are some tips on how to choose safe chew toys.

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Warning Signs Your Pet Is Sick

Warning Signs Your Pet Is Sick

How many times have you had a pet who’s just not acting right, or vomiting, or showing different eating or drinking patterns, and you’ve wondered whether or not to worry?

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COVID-19 Update from AHNA (3/27/2020)

COVID-19 Update from AHNA (3/27/2020)

The Animal Hospital of North Asheville is committed to keeping our hospital healthy and safe for all of our patients, clients, staff, and family members. In light of growing concerns about the spread of COVID-19, also known as coronavirus, we would like to make you aware of the actions we are taking.

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About Our AAFP Gold-Certified Animal Hospital

About Our AAFP Gold-Certified Animal Hospital

With specially trained staff, dedicated feline exam rooms and hospitalization wards, as well as a feline-only waiting area, Animal Hospital of North Asheville is an American Association of Feline Practitioners Gold Standard Cat Friendly hospital.

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Why You Should Get Your Cat Fixed

Why You Should Get Your Cat Fixed

There are a host of benefits to getting your cat spayed or neutered.  Our Asheville vets share some of the reasons why you should get your cat or kitten fixed, and the benefits of spaying or neutering your cat.

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Protect Your Pet & Family From Ticks

Protect Your Pet & Family From Ticks

Ticks can spread a number of serious diseases to both people and pets. Here, our Asheville vets explain what to look for, and how to keep ticks away from your family and your pets.

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Lyme Disease in Pets

Lyme Disease in Pets

Lyme disease in pets is increasing across North Carolina. Here, our Asheville area vets shed some light on what symptoms you can look for if you're concerned that your pet may have Lyme disease.

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Should my pet have a fecal exam?

Should my pet have a fecal exam?

Annual fecal exams provide your Asheville vet with the opportunity to check your dog or cat for intestinal parasites that could be compromising your pet's health.

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