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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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Kitten Teething: What You Need to Know

Kitten Teething: What You Need to Know

Just like people, our feline friends have baby teeth that fall out before their permanent teeth emerge. Here, our Murfreesboro vets explain kitten teething and how you can help relieve any discomfort they may be feeling. 

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Tips & Advice For Raising A Puppy and Kitten Together

Tips & Advice For Raising A Puppy and Kitten Together

Isn't it true that if one puppy or kitten is cute, two must be twice as cute? While puppies and kittens look adorable in photos together and can keep each other company, there are some considerations that every pet owner should make when raising a puppy and kitten in the same home. In this section, our Murfreesboro vets explain what they are.

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Why does my dog have dandruff?

Why does my dog have dandruff?

Has your pooch been leaving behind white flakes on their favorite spot on the couch? Your canine companion might have dandruff, which could be a sign of health problems. Join our Murfreesboro vets to learn about signs and treatments for dandruff in dogs. 

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When do baby kittens open their eyes and start walking?

When do baby kittens open their eyes and start walking?

Cats are the second most popular pets in the US, and most pet parents start caring for them as kittens. Today, our Murfreesboro vets give you some information about when newborn kittens open their eyes and other tips about their early development.

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How to Tell if Your Cat Wants Another Cat

How to Tell if Your Cat Wants Another Cat

Cats often seem like aloof, solitary animals but they are actually very sociable creatures who thrive on building intimate ties with other animals. Below, our Murfreesboro vets discuss getting a second cat as a companion for your first, and how to introduce them to each other.

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How to Travel Long Distance With a Cat

How to Travel Long Distance With a Cat

Heading out on a journey and want to take your cat along? Our Murfreesboro vets offer a few tips to help make the journey easier for both you and your beloved pet.

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