Following a vaccination schedule for your puppy and dog is important in maintaining its overall health and well-being. Today, the The Animal Medical Center of Fort Oglethorpe vets will explain when and why you should get your dog vaccinated.
Just like in people, our dogs' skin is their largest organ. When combined with their coat, it makes up 12% of the average dog's body weight. What you may not know is that your dog's daily nutrition can have a significant impact on the health and condition of its skin and coat. Here, our Fort Oglethorpe vets explain the relationship between your dog's skin, coat, and diet.
What is rabies in dogs and when should your dog have the vaccine? In this post, our Fort Oglethorpe vets discuss how often dogs need these shots, potential side effects, and more.
Parasites can be very dangerous for your dog. That's why prevention and vaccinations are so important in maintaining your dog's overall well-being. In this post, our Fort Oglethorpe vets will discuss of few of the parasites that could infect your dog and how you can protect your dog.
Although vaccinations are essential for protecting your dog against serious illnesses, there is a small chance your pup could have a negative reaction. Here, our Fort Oglethorpe vets discuss why vaccination is important and what to watch for post-vaccination to ensure your pet's health and safety.
If your cat only stays indoors, you may be wondering why it needs to be vaccinated. Our Fort Oglethorpe vets provide insights and advice on why it’s important to have your cat vaccinated even if they are indoors.
Have you noticed your cat's eyes have started to cloud over, this may be a sign that your cat is developing cataracts in its eyes? Today, our Fort Oglethorpe vets will provide you with information on cataracts in cats and what to look out for.