Veterinary News, Tips & Advice

Adventure Walks For Your Dog

Adventure Walks For Your Dog

Puppies experience a variety of environments and substrates depending on where they live. City dogs learn to navigate the concrete trails, sounds of traffic, and hustle and bustle of city life, whereas country dogs may be used to more natural surfaces and more space. Even puppies in different neighborhoods learn different ways to get around in the world.

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EXPLORATION: 5 Types of Walks

EXPLORATION: 5 Types of Walks

Puppies benefit from daily walks, but they do not have to be a chore! Walks have many benefits for both you and your puppy. They can be a lot of fun too!

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Diarrhea in Dogs: Symptoms, Causes & What to Do

Diarrhea in Dogs: Symptoms, Causes & What to Do

Diarrhea is a common symptom of gastrointestinal upset in dogs. In this post, our Asheville vets explain what you should know, and what to do if these symptoms appear in your pet.

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Do Puppies and Kittens Need Braces?

Do Puppies and Kittens Need Braces?

Learn about oral care for puppies and kittens, including information about braces and misalignments, periodontal disease, damaged teeth, and more.

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Cone of shame. Lampshade.  The Benefits of an E-Collar

Cone of shame. Lampshade. The Benefits of an E-Collar

Cone of shame. Lampshade. Satellite. Whatever you want to call them, e-collars (Elizabethan collars) are a useful tool that the veterinary world can use for a myriad of reasons. But are they really necessary?

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Teaching Your Puppy That It's OK To Be Alone

Teaching Your Puppy That It's OK To Be Alone

Puppies that are never left alone are at a higher risk of developing separation anxiety or isolation distress. Here is how to teach your puppy that "alone time" can be very rewarding.

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Welcome Back Dr. Susan Wootten

Welcome Back Dr. Susan Wootten

Following medical leave for elbow surgery, the team at Animal Hospital of North Asheville are delighted to welcome back Dr. Susan Wootten! Fear Free Certified veterinarian Dr. Susan Wootten is dedicated to providing quality, compassionate veterinary care to her patients here at our Asheville animal clinic. 

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Important Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

Important Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information

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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Local Concerns for Dogs and Raccoons with Distemper

Local Concerns for Dogs and Raccoons with Distemper

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.

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AHNA Puppy Preschool Has Gone Online - Join us today!

AHNA Puppy Preschool Has Gone Online - Join us today!

At AHNA our team of veterinary specialists believe that socialization isn't only about people and other animals but also about creating positive experiences for puppies. That's why, during this time of social distancing we are offering Puppy Preschool online! 

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