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Cat Coughing, Sneezing & Wheezing

Cat Coughing, Sneezing & Wheezing

Is your cat coughing, sneezing and wheezing instead of contentedly purring? Cat coughs are a sign that something is irritating your feline friend's lungs, airway or throat. Today, our Clemmons vets share some common causes of cat coughs and what to do.

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Signs of Pain in Cats & How to Help

Signs of Pain in Cats & How to Help

To provide your cat with all the care they need to live a long and healthy life, it's important to be able to spot the signs of pain early and know what to do. Below, our Clemmons vets offer some advice on how to tell if your cat is in pain, and what you can do to help.

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My Cat is Sleeping Constantly: Is this Cause for Worry?

My Cat is Sleeping Constantly: Is this Cause for Worry?

Cats, without a doubt, enjoy sleeping. Concerned cat owners frequently ask our Clemmons veterinarians if they should be concerned that their cat sleeps so much. When does a cat nap signal the possibility of a medical emergency?

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A Pet Parent's Guide to Cat Dental Care

A Pet Parent's Guide to Cat Dental Care

Cats are as likely as people to suffer from painful dental health issues caused by injury or poor oral hygiene. Unfortunately, many cat owners don't know what dental care for cats involves or how to care for their feline friend's oral health. In today's blog, our Clemmons vets explain how to clean your cat's teeth and care for their oral health.

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Why Routine Exams Are Important To Your Pet's Health

Why Routine Exams Are Important To Your Pet's Health

Routine wellness exams help to keep your pet healthy by providing your veterinarian with an annual or twice-yearly opportunity to examine your pet for early signs of disease and to monitor your dog or cat's overall health. Today, our Clemmons vets explain why routine exams are important and what to expect at your pet's vet checkup. 

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Hepatitis in Cats - Symptoms to Watch For

Hepatitis in Cats - Symptoms to Watch For

Hepatitis is a liver disorder that can lead to some very serious symptoms and health complications for your feline friend. Today, our Clemmons vets outline the two types of hepatitis seen in cats, symptoms, and how this serious condition can be treated.

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Should I be worried about my overweight cat?

Should I be worried about my overweight cat?

If your kitty is cuddlier than they should be your cat may be facing an increased risk of health issues. Carrying just a few extra ounces can make a big difference to your cat's overall health and longevity. Today our Clemmons vets explain how you can tell if you have an overweight cat.

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Causes of Heavy Breathing in Cats

Causes of Heavy Breathing in Cats

For dog's panting is a normal way to cool their body temperature, but this can be alarming behavior when seen in cats and could be a sign of an underlying health issue. Today our Clemmons vets share some reasons for heavy breathing in cats and when to head to the vet.

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Could your cat be overweight? Here's how to tell.

Could your cat be overweight? Here's how to tell.

We know that you may think of your kitty as just big and cuddly, but carrying as little as a few extra ounces can make a big difference to your cat's overall health and longevity. Here our Clemmons vets explain how to tell if your cat is overweight.

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Cat Skin Allergies

Cat Skin Allergies

Like their people, cats can suffer from itchy and uncomfortable skin allergies. If your cat is itching and scratching uncontrollably it's time for a trip to the vet. In today's post our Clemmons vets explain the causes of cat skin allergies, and what you should do to help your cat feel better.

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