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The veterinarians at our animal hospital serving the Murfreesboro area are here to share tips and advice with you in order to help keep your pets healthy and happy.

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Chronic Otitis in Dogs

Chronic Otitis in Dogs

Chronic otitis in dogs is a long-term ear infection that can affect any dog and cause itchy, painful, and smelly ears. Today, our Murfreesboro vets will discuss chronic otitis in a dog's ear, the signs, and how it is treated.

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Why are my cat's ears warm?

Why are my cat's ears warm?

The temperature of your cat's ears will naturally fluctuate, and while this can sometimes be harmless, at other times it can indicate an issue. Today, our Murfreesboro vets share some of the potential causes and symptoms behind your cat's warm ears and what steps you should take if you have concerns.

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Is it better to have two dogs?

Is it better to have two dogs?

There could be a handful of benefits to having two dogs in your home for both you and your pup! But there are some factors you have to consider before adding a second dog to your family. Our Murfreesboro vets explain more.

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Yeast Dermatitis in Dogs

Yeast Dermatitis in Dogs

We see a lot of dogs suffering from irritated, itchy, or flakey skin. In many cases, these uncomfortable symptoms are the result of yeast dermatitis in dogs, a condition caused by the abnormal overgrowth of yeast which is found normally on your pup's skin. Today, Animal Medical Center looks at the signs, causes, and treatments for yeast infections in dogs.

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What does ringworm look like on a dog?

What does ringworm look like on a dog?

Ringworm, contrary to popular belief, is a fungus similar to athlete's foot. It produces infective seeds known as spores, which are extremely resilient and difficult to remove from the environment. Ringworm can infect all animals' skin, including dogs. Today, our Murfreesboro veterinarians talk about ringworm in dogs and what it looks like.

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Diet for Dogs With Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Diet for Dogs With Inflammatory Bowel Disease

If your dog has inflammatory bowel disease (IBD), it can impact part or all of the gastrointestinal tract. The condition can also be difficult to diagnose. In this post, our Murfreesboro vets share some of the symptoms of IBD in dogs and what to feed them.

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How to Prevent Valley Fever in Pets

How to Prevent Valley Fever in Pets

Valley fever is prevalent across the Southwestern states and can infect people, dogs, cats, and livestock. Today, our Murfreesboro vets discuss the causes, signs, and treatment of Valley Fever in pets.

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Autoimmune Anemia in Dogs

Autoimmune Anemia in Dogs

If your dog is diagnosed with autoimmune anemia, your vet will begin the process of diagnosing and treating the underlying illness that is causing your pup's condition. Autoimmune anemia is a sign that your dog is suffering from an underlying health condition that requires immediate attention. 

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Fungal Skin Infections in Dogs

Fungal Skin Infections in Dogs

Fungal dermatitis is fairly common in dogs, but can become severe if left untreated. Our Murfreesboro vets offer advice on signs, symptoms and potential treatments for the condition. 

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Can cats have asthma?

Can cats have asthma?

While we may not think about asthma when it comes to our feline friends, approximately 1-5% of cats suffer from the condition. Today, our Murfreesboro vets share the common symptoms of asthma in cats, what causes asthma in cats, and how it can be treated.

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New Patients Always Welcome

Animal Medical Center is happy to welcome new patients! Our experienced vets are passionate about improving the health of Murfreesboro companion animals. Contact us today to book your pet's first appointment.

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