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How to Tell if Your Dog has Hookworm

How to Tell if Your Dog has Hookworm

Think you've spotted hookworms in your dog's poop? In today's post, you will learn what hookworms are, how they can be treated, and what you can do to prevent your dog from contracting this parasite in the future.

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My dog won't eat. What should I do?

My dog won't eat. What should I do?

Why doesn't my dog want to eat? When should I worry about my dog not eating? In today's post, our South Charlotte team discusses possible causes and what to do if your dog won't eat.

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Cats with Hot Ears — Why Warm Ears Happen & When to be Concerned

Cats with Hot Ears — Why Warm Ears Happen & When to be Concerned

Does your cat have warm ears? While this is perfectly normal most of the time, warm ears can be caused by an underlying health condition. In today's post, our South Charlotte vets explain some reasons why your cat's ears might be warm.

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Dog Cut Paw Pad - What to Do

Dog Cut Paw Pad - What to Do

Your pup's paw pads are built to take a lot of wear and tear but they aren't as tough as you might think. Many of our canine companions suffer from painful cracked skin, cuts, grazes and other paw pad injuries. Today, our South Charlotte vets discuss what to do if your dog cuts their paw.

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6 Eco Friendly Cat Litter Alternatives

6 Eco Friendly Cat Litter Alternatives

By opting for eco-friendly cat litter alternatives, we can significantly reduce our environmental impact while providing a comfortable and hygienic space for our feline companions. But what are your options? Let's consider six choices.

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Do cats get depressed?

Do cats get depressed?

Cats are known for their independent nature and playful personalities, but what if your cat seems sad? In this blog, our South Charlotte vets discuss the signs of depression in cats, potential causes, and treatment options.

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Tips For Leaving a Kitten Home Alone For The First Time

Tips For Leaving a Kitten Home Alone For The First Time

At Sharon Lakes Animal Hospital we understand how nerve-wracking it can be to leave your kitten home alone for the first time. To help make this first step a positive experience for you and your kitten try these tips from our South Charlotte vets.

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Blood Tests For Dogs - What The Results Mean

Blood Tests For Dogs - What The Results Mean

Is your dog having blood tests done but you aren't sure why? Our South Charlotte vets explain why blood tests are an important tool in veterinary medicine, and what some common blood tests can tell us about your dog's health.

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Preparing to Leave Your Puppy Alone at Home for the First Time

Preparing to Leave Your Puppy Alone at Home for the First Time

Dogs are man's best friend (and woman's) but the majority of us are unable to spend every waking hour with our pups. At some point, you will need to leave your dog home alone. How do you prepare so that your puppy's first experience home alone is positive? Try these tips from our South Charlotte vets.

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I think my cat has a cold! What should I do?

I think my cat has a cold! What should I do?

 If your feline fur baby is sneezing or has a runny nose there's a good chance they have a cat cold. In today's post, our South Charlotte vets explain more about cat colds and when it's time to head to the vet.

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