Pet Care & Veterinary Advice Blog

On our pet care blog, our Animal Hospital of Clemmons veterinarians share helpful tips and information to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.

Purevax Rabies Vaccine

Purevax Rabies Vaccine

Our hospital carries the Merial PUREVAX Rabies vaccine to protect cats against the Rabies virus. This vaccination has been shown to be the safest Rabies vaccination on the market for cats.

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Signs of Bone Cancer in Dogs & How It's Treated

Signs of Bone Cancer in Dogs & How It's Treated

Osteosarcoma is an aggressive bone cancer seen in dogs known to spread quickly. Today our Winston-Salem veterinary oncology team explains how to spot the signs of bone cancer in your dog, and when to contact your vet. 

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Soothing Your Dog's Itchy Skin With an Oatmeal Bath

Soothing Your Dog's Itchy Skin With an Oatmeal Bath

Oatmeal baths can be a great way to relieve your dog's itchy, irritated skin. Today our Winston-Salem vets share a few tips on how to give your pup a relaxing oatmeal bath to pamper and soothe their skin

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Dog Skin Cancer - Symptoms & Treatments

Dog Skin Cancer - Symptoms & Treatments

Skin cancer may not be something you've considered when thinking about your furry-friend's health, but skin cancer is a very real concern in dogs. Today our Winston-Salem vets share three common skin cancers in dogs, their symptoms and treatments.

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What can I give my dog for a urinary tract infection?

What can I give my dog for a urinary tract infection?

It's estimated that up to 27% of dogs will develop a urinary tract infection (UTI) at some point in their life. In today's post our vets share some symptoms of UTI in dogs, and what you can give your dog if they have a UTI.

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Bladder Stones in Dogs

Bladder Stones in Dogs

Bladder stones can result in your dog having problems urinating and may even become life-threatening if they completely obstruct the bladder. In this post, our Clemmons vets explain everything you need to know about bladder stones in dogs.

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What should I do if another dog bites my dog?

What should I do if another dog bites my dog?

If your dog receives a bite from another dog the wound can look small and relatively minor, but bite wounds create an ideal environment for bacteria to grow. Left untreated, small bites can result in infection, abscess and more. Here our Clemmons NC vets share some advice on what you should do if your dog is bitten by another dog.

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Which flea treatment is best for my dog?

Which flea treatment is best for my dog?

Our vets know that there is a baffling variety of flea treatments available, and choosing the best one for your dog can be confusing. In today's post we examine flea treatments from powders and shampoos to monthly medications, to help you to figure which flea treatment is best for your pooch.

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Dog Skin Allergies: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Dog Skin Allergies: Causes, Symptoms & Treatment

Skin allergies in dogs can make for itchy, uncomfortable and irritable pups. Our Clemmons vets provide insight into how allergic reactions can manifest - and what to do if you notice itching, redness or other symptoms. 

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Vomiting in Dogs

Vomiting in Dogs

Vomiting in dogs is a common symptom of gastrointestinal upset. There are a number of potential causes for this condition. In this post, our Clemmons vets share what you should know, and what to do if your pet is experiencing symptoms. 

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