We treat a lot of dogs with ear infections here at our Rabun County veterinary clinic. Fortunately, most dog ear infections are easy to treat if diagnosed early. Today our vets share some signs that your pup might have an ear infection and what you should do.
Cats may seem aloof, but evidence suggests that cats do get lonely, and of course, they need us to provide them with all the things they need to thrive. Here, our Rabun County vets explain how long you can leave a cat alone, and give tips for keeping your cat safe and content while you are away.
Are you considering keeping a bearded dragon as a pet? If so, you probably know that reptiles like them have very particular care needs. Many new bearded dragon owners find themselves with an unhappy or unwell pet if they don't have the right diet, routines, and environment set up for their scaly friend. Because of this, here our Rabun County vets provide a basic guide to feeding your new scaly friend.
Our veterinarians at Rabun Animal Hospital believe that preventing illness is the best way to help your cat live a long and healthy life. The FVRCP vaccine is recommended by our Rabun County veterinarians for all cats. The FVRCP protects the health of your cat in the following ways.
Ear mites are highly contagious, despite being a common external parasite. They can cause severe ear and skin irritation in cats and dogs, as well as infections that cause excessive itching and scratching, as well as health problems. They are more common in cats than in dogs, and they are relatively simple to treat. Our Rabun County veterinarians list the symptoms, causes, and treatments for ear mites in cats here.
Recently, our Rabun Animal Hospital has seen an alarming increase in cases of dog leptospirosis. This disease is most commonly seen in dogs, but it is easily transmitted to their caring owners. Our Rabun County veterinarians are available to discuss the symptoms to look out for and how to protect your pet.