Your dog is a member of your family, and you never want anything bad to happen to her. Unfortunately, illness and injury can occur in dogs just as they can in humans, even if you are extremely cautious with your canine companion. Here, our Murfreesboro vets explain how to tell if your dog has a broken bone and the steps you should take.
Whether your cat is an indoor cat or an outdoor adventurer, there are a variety of ways for your feline companion to injure a leg or paw and limp. Injuries aren't the only reason for a cat's limping. Our Murfreesboro veterinarians discuss the causes of cat limping and what you should do about it.
Heartworm disease is a very serious condition that may result in heart failure, severe lung disease, damage to organs and even death for pets. This disease is found in cats, dogs and ferrets in the Murfreesboro area and here, our vets explain why prevention is so important.
Ticks are capable of spreading a number of quite serious diseases and, therefore, can be quite dangerous both to pets and people. Here, out Murfreesboro vets explain how they thrive, what signs to be aware of and how to keep them far from your family and pets.
Bringing your pet in for their annually scheduled fecal exam at your vet's office is one fo the best ways to keep your pet and your family safe from intestinal parasites. Annual fecal exams give your Murfreesboro vets an opportunity to check your pet for intestinal parasites before more serious conditions may have a chance to arise.