Routine wellness exams play a vital role in maintaining the long-term health of your furry friend. To help you get the most out of your pet's appointment, here are a few important questions to ask your vet.
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Welcoming a new kitten into your home brings great joy, but also great responsibility. You will need to provide that adorable bundle of fur with everything they need to live a long and healthy life. Here are a few tips from our Nashville vets to help you become a great cat parent.
Your dog's nutritional needs will change as they get older. You may need to start thinking about things like bone and joint health or weight management. Today, our Nashville vets share some helpful information about nutrition for geriatric dogs and what the best dog food is for senior dogs.
Just like human babies, your new kitten will go through the stages of teething and the emergence of their new teeth. This can sometimes be painful and you may wonder how you can help them feel better. Our vets in Nashville talk about the signs of kitten teething and how you can help relieve their pain so they can get through this stage comfortably.
Most cats develop a form of gum disease by the time they are 3 years of age. This is due to a lack of oral hygiene from the time they are a kitten. Our vets in Nashville talk about gingivitis in cats including how it forms and what can be done to prevent it from occurring.
Unfortunately, our beloved canine companions are susceptible to dental disease and concerns just as we are. This means that preventive care is also important for our furry friends. Here, our Nashville vets explain the causes, symptoms and treatments of cavities in dogs and what you should do if your dog gets a cavity.