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Kitten First Vet Visit - What to Expect & What it Will Cost

Kitten First Vet Visit - What to Expect & What it Will Cost

Have you welcomed a beautiful new kitten into your heart and home? If so, early veterinary care can help to set your tiny fur baby on the path to excellent life-long health. Today, our Clemmons vets discuss kitten first vet visits.

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What Should You Do if Your Dog is Losing Their Hair?

What Should You Do if Your Dog is Losing Their Hair?

Is your dog experiencing patchy hair loss, bald patches, or all-over thinning of the coat? Could be allergies, seasonal shedding, or more severe conditions such as alopecia. Our Clemmons vets delve into the topic of dog hair loss in dogs and what to do.

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Why Constipation Is a Serious Issue for Dogs

Why Constipation Is a Serious Issue for Dogs

If your four-legged friend is constipated it could be due to something as simple as a change in diet, but constipation can also be a sign of a very serious health concern! Our Clemmons vets explain why constipation in dogs should never be ignored.

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Excessive Panting In Dogs - Causes & When To Be Concerned

Excessive Panting In Dogs - Causes & When To Be Concerned

Your dog hasn't been running or playing but you notice that they are panting heavily. Why might this be happening? Today our Clemmons vets discuss causes of excessive panting in dogs and when to be concerned.

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Can Acupuncture Help My Pet Feel Better?

Can Acupuncture Help My Pet Feel Better?

Acupuncture has been used as a treatment for people for centuries, but did you know that this ancient Chinese therapy is also available for pets? Here, our Clemmons vets explain how acupuncture for pets works and the conditions it can be used to treat. 

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Dog Wound Care Tips For Pet Parents

Dog Wound Care Tips For Pet Parents

Dogs love playing and exploring but sometimes their adventurous nature leads to wounds and injuries that need attention. So how can you treat your dog's wounds? When does your dog's injury need veterinary care? Our Clemmons vets explain.

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Dandruff & Dry Skin on Dogs

Dandruff & Dry Skin on Dogs

Is your four-legged friend leaving a trail of white flakes everywhere they go? If so, it could be dandruff. But why on earth would your dog have dandruff? Our Clemmons vets explain the causes and treatments for itchy, flaking skin in dogs.

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Symptoms of Leptospirosis & How It's Treated

Symptoms of Leptospirosis & How It's Treated

Animal Hospital of Clemmons has recently seen an increase in the number of dogs testing positive for leptospirosis. While this condition is typically seen in dogs it can easily be transmitted to the people who love them. Our Clemmons vets discuss the symptoms of leptospirosis in dogs, and tips to protect your pet.

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Puppy Teething Tips for Pet Parents

Puppy Teething Tips for Pet Parents

Our Clemmons vets understand how trying it can be when your puppy starts teething. Teething pain often leads puppies to chew on things they shouldn't - including your best shoes and furniture. Here are a few tips to help you and your puppy deal with your puppy's teething.

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How to Tell if Your Cat Has a Broken Leg

How to Tell if Your Cat Has a Broken Leg

Regardless of whether your cat is a curious outdoor explorer or a chilled-out homebody, accidents can happen. Today, our Clemmons vets share signs that may indicate that your cat has a broken leg, and what you should do.

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