CARE Celebrates Seventh Anniversary with Seven Stories

CARE Celebrates Seventh Anniversary with Seven Stories

In 2015, CARE opened in Charlotte with a bold, powerful mission: Our founders — Drs. Laura Dvorak, Amy Fauber, and Peggy Sayer — envisioned setting a new standard by providing board-certified veterinary specialty and 24/7 emergency care with expertise and compassion....
My Pet Ate a Plant – Now What?

My Pet Ate a Plant – Now What?

Has your pet ever unfortunately gobbled up a mushroom in the yard or eaten your lovely Easter lilies when your back was turned? The immediate reaction is to wonder whether this will cause serious or long term issues for your beloved pet. It is very important to be...
Bladder Problems in Dogs and Cats

Bladder Problems in Dogs and Cats

Owners may be surprised to learn that pets and humans share common urinary tract issues, ranging from urinary tract infections (UTIs), urinary stone formation to incontinence. Yet there’s one crucial difference. Humans can settle for watchful waiting as an issue...
Tracheal Collapse and Tracheal Stenting

Tracheal Collapse and Tracheal Stenting

The trachea is the large tube that carries air from the mouth down to the lungs. Certain breeds of dogs (typically small breeds including Yorkshire Terriers, Pomeranians and Chihuahuas) are predisposed to weakening of the cartilage with age. This results in a disease...