Veterinary News, Tips & Advice

Urinary Problems in Pets

Urinary Problems in Pets

When pets have “toilet” accidents, many families assume the problem is behavioral. However, when a dog that was previously house-trained starts to urinate inside the house or a cat starts to urinate outside the litter box, the first thing that should be done  is to schedule a visit with their veterinarian. Very often the pet is trying to tell them there may be a physical problem or illness that is causing a change in elimination habits. 

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Cat Litter Science: Why To Let Your Cat Choose

Cat Litter Science: Why To Let Your Cat Choose

Did you know that choosing a cat litter that appeals to you, may actually not appeal to your cat. If your cat is unhappy with your litter choice, it could lead to elimination issues. Learn how to give your cat a choice when picking out litter. 

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How Kittens Play and How To Tell Their Toy Preference

How Kittens Play and How To Tell Their Toy Preference

Play is an important part of kitten development, it fosters a special bond between you and your kitten and meets their exercise and enrichment needs. Learn how to choose the right toys for your cat.

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Feline Body Language Guide

Don't you wish your feline friend could talk and tell you what they are feeling?  Here are illustrated guides to help you understand what they are saying through body language. 

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Fun Dog Facts for Kids

Fun Dog Facts for Kids

Dogs make amazing animal companions and loyal best friends. Many are even dedicated workers! In this post, our Asheville vets share lots of fun dog facts for kids.

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Silver Muzzles, Gold Hearts: Making Your Pet's Senior Years The Best They Can Be

Silver Muzzles, Gold Hearts: Making Your Pet's Senior Years The Best They Can Be

As your pet(s) enters their "senior" years, there are many easy modifications you can do to help them continue to enjoy an enriched and comfortable life. 

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When in Doubt, Stay Out! Blue Green Algae Intoxication in Pets

When in Doubt, Stay Out! Blue Green Algae Intoxication in Pets

Learn the dangers of blue-green algae blooms and how it can be toxic and potentially fatal to pets. 

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Closed Monday, September 7th, 2020 in Observance of Labor Day

Closed Monday, September 7th, 2020 in Observance of Labor Day

The Animal Hospital of North Asheville (AHNA) will be closed Monday, September 7th in honor of Labor Day. This time will be for our staff to rest and spend time with their families. 

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Cat Visits are Special at AHNA!

Cat Visits are Special at AHNA!

We love our feline friends and strive to make their visits as comforting as possible. Learn all the ways we have set up our hospital to be "cat friendly".

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Wall Mounted Cat Perches

Wall Mounted Cat Perches

We are continually amazed at what our clients do to enrich the lives of their pets! Here a clever idea from one of our clients - wall-mounted cat perches!

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