We are no longer accepting applications for the 2018-19 program year. The application period for the 2019-20 program year will open later this year – stay tuned.
You may not know about IVDD unless your dog has had it. But do read this in case it happens to your beloved pet. The earlier you can tackle it, the more likely your dog is to heal and heal quickly.
If you think your dog has IVDD, ask your vet to refer you to Dr. Fauber, our Board-Certified Neurologist. She can help determine the best treatment plan for your furry friend. #PainAwarenessMonth ... See MoreSee Less
It can be tough to keep up with yet another schedule in your life. But pet vaccinations and boosters are very important. Make sure not to neglect their vet checkups and stay on track with vaccines. ... See MoreSee Less
While pain manifests itself in many different ways in the body, it is the physical response to pain that we, as owners, look for, in order to determine whether our canine or feline family members are in pain.
Dr. Thompson, DVM and Board-Certified specialist in Surgery, has written our most recent blog post that will help you recognize whether your dog or cat is in pain and how to respond if so. ... See MoreSee Less
We can’t resist sharing these precious pics! Suzy Q has had surgery and chemotherapy and just completed radiation therapy for her mast cell cancer. It has proven relentless and she has too! Diesel, the handsome superhero, also had an aggressive mast cell tumor removed and finished chemotherapy today with no evidence of cancer anywhere! Their wonderful families are determined they will beat this and we absolutely adore them both! ... See MoreSee Less
Batten down the hatches in preparation for Hurricane Florence?
Hurricane Florence, which will likely make landfall in the Carolinas on Thursday or Friday, is projected to cause catastrophic damage to our state. Florence is predicted to hover once it hits, threatening us with intense rainfall and winds.
In the rush to prepare for the hurricane, it’s easy to forget about our pets, who also require disaster preparation. But don't! ... See MoreSee Less
September is #PainAwarenessMonth. Throughout the month, we will provide several articles on animal pain. One of the hardest things about being a pet parent is knowing your furry friend is experiencing pain but not knowing what's causing it and how to react.
Cats, who are known for their poker face, are notorious for hiding signs of discomfort. This article will help you know what to look for so you don't misinterpret your cat's way of telling you that he or she is in pain. ... See MoreSee Less
Happy Labor Day! We hope you and your pets are having a safe and happy holiday, but if you need us for any reason, a team of ER vets is available 24/7/365. Call ahead and let us know if you're coming - 704.457.2300. ... See MoreSee Less
Cats’ collarbones don’t connect to their other bones, as they’re buried in their shoulder muscles. Oh, and cats actually have 230 bones compared to humans, who have 206. #funfactfriday ... See MoreSee Less
We're always looking for an excuse to talk about pet vision health, so what better time than #NationalEyeExamMonth? Cats can develop everything from viruses in their eyes to glaucoma. As a cat owner, you should pay close attention to the health of your kitty’s eyes. ... See MoreSee Less