Heavy breathing in cats is relatively uncommon and may point to a serious health issue. Our Douglasville vets share some reasons your cat may be breathing heavily and when to seek emergency care.
You'd probably love to stay home and cuddle with your pooch all day, but it's just not feasible to be at home all the time. After all, you have work, school, errands to run, and an active social life. So, how long can you leave a dog home alone? Our Douglasville vets offer some insight.
Do you need to decide between bringing your cat on an upcoming trip or finding care arrangements for them? Today, our Douglasville vets explain how to travel long distances with your cat by car and by plane, in addition to discussing the benefits of cat boarding.
While our dogs make great friends, we can't spend all of our waking hours with them. Eventually, we all have to leave them to run errands, attend appointments and go to work. Our Douglasville vets offer some tips to make it easier to leave your puppy at home alone for the first time.
While pet parents relish time spent with their four-legged friends, sometimes you'll have to go somewhere that your beloved pet can't safely accompany you, so you may need to board them. Here, our Douglasville vets explain medical boarding, how it differs from other options, and when it may be a good option.
Our Douglasville vets off these tips to help your male cat to recover from their neutering operation as quickly as possible without complications.