How Long Can I Leave My Dog Alone?

How Long Can I Leave My Dog Alone?

Staying in and snuggling with your dog sounds like the ideal life, but it's just not possible for many pet owners. If you're wondering how long you can leave your dog alone at home and what they get up to in your absence, our Austell vets explain more.

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Cat wound care

Cat wound care

Cats are adventurous, inquisitive animals but sometimes on their adventures, they can become injured and obtain a wound. Today, our Austell vets talk about wounds in cats, how you can help treat them, and when to take your lovable kitty to the vet.

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What Causes Diarrhea In Dogs?

What Causes Diarrhea In Dogs?

Dog owners can witness few symptoms more distressing (and messy) than when their pet is experiencing diarrhea. Our Austell vets know that if your pooch has diarrhea you need to know how to treat it fast! Read on to learn some common causes of diarrhea in dogs and what you should do to help.

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What is labored breathing in cats and dogs?

What is labored breathing in cats and dogs?

When your cat or dog has labored breathing it means that they are not just out of breath but having trouble breathing. Today our Austell vets explain more about labored breathing in pets and what you should do.

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Help! My Dog Got Stung By A Bee

Help! My Dog Got Stung By A Bee

If you're worried that your dog has been stung by a bee, it's important to keep an eye on them for any allergic reactions requiring immediate veterinary care. Usually, dogs should begin to feel better a few hours after a bee sting, and your focus can be on keeping them comfortable.

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Heavy Bleeding in Cats and Dogs: What It Is and What to Do

Heavy Bleeding in Cats and Dogs: What It Is and What to Do

For any emergency involving a pet, they should be taken to a veterinarian immediately. In particular situations, such as when your cat or dog is bleeding heavily, you might need to provide first aid to your pet before you arrive at the vet's office. Today, our Austell vets explain more.

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Signs of Heatstroke in Cats

Signs of Heatstroke in Cats

Our Bullard Animal Hospital veterinarians see fewer cases of heatstroke in cats than in dogs, but it does happen. Here are some of the signs of heatstroke in cats, as well as what you should do if you suspect your cat is suffering from heatstroke.

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Excessive Panting in Dogs

Excessive Panting in Dogs

You should be concerned if your dog is panting for no apparent reason. When your dog is wheezing, it's time to take it to a Austell vet for a thorough examination.

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Is My Cat Overweight? How to Tell and What to Do

Is My Cat Overweight? How to Tell and What to Do

Even a few extra pounds can make a significant difference in the health and longevity of your cat. On staff, we have Austell veterinarians who can help you determine if your cat is overweight right now.

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Preventing Heartworm in Dogs

Preventing Heartworm in Dogs

Heartworm is a serious infection. Parasitic worms live in your dog's heart, lungs, and blood vessels, causing this disease. It is spread by a bite from an infected mosquito. Our Austell veterinarians share important information about how to protect your beloved pet.

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