Horner’s Syndrome is a common neurological disorder that affects the eye. A combination of signs can occur caused by the disruption of a nerve pathway from the brain to the eye and surrounding structures on one side of the body. Causes Most commonly, we do not find an...
You’re relaxing on the couch while your dog sleeps soundly beside you. All of a sudden, he looks up at you with a glazed appearance, and his legs start to stiffen. He falls on his side; his jaw starts chattering and his legs start paddling. It lasts for less than a...
Vaccinations and annual boosters are vital in keeping dogs healthy. One of the diseases that immunizations prevent is Canine Parvovirus.
Because Parvovirus usually results in death without aggressive treatment within 24 hours of being contracted, Emergency Vet Dr. Huang chose to write this article to educate dog owners about signs, symptoms, treatment options, and most importantly preventative measures, as a way to protect our beloved pets. ... See MoreSee Less
Pets who are overweight / obese are more likely to develop heat stroke because of the increased insulation that fat cells confer along with the increased heat they generate during mild exercise. Protect them this summer. ... See MoreSee Less
We're often asked about our preferred resource for information about difficult pet problems. As an independent veterinary specialty practice, CARE is a member of ExpertVet.com. This website offers a robust library of articles on many topics. If the topic you seek is not posted in the site’s Articles section, users may also submit questions. A veterinary professional will respond, usually within two to three days. Please note, however, that if your pet is experiencing a medical emergency, we suggest you contact us immediately. ... See MoreSee Less
Earlier this week, we posted a text summary of WCNC's feature of CARE. In sum, Reporter Michelle Boudin and her videographer spent the better part of a day following cases and interviewing patient parents as well as Dr. Broadwater, Dr. Dvorak and Dr. Sayer. ... See MoreSee Less
I too am a dear friend of Dr. Laura and have watched the dream of CARE start from her heart to the success it is today. These three vets had a vision and made it come true. People travel near and far for their medical expertise. We are the lucky ones.
We <3 Dr. Sayre!
Laura May Oliphant
Dr. Sayer is wonderful!
Grateful for these doctors and facility.
Copper is leading a very happy life with the help of Dr Dvorak and Dr Campbell!
Thank you care for saving our buddy.
We love care!!!!
Thank you for taking care of my "Mocha" several times...you are the best!
Love these folks! Miss seeing Dr. Fauber in the video! She’s the BEST! Would not go anywhere else for emergency care! Glad y’all are continuing to get recognition... so deserved!! I’m sure Ollie has watched this video a time or two and I know he would agree! 🐕
Wonderful place! They saved my little shih tzu!
Love CARE! They took great care of our baby after he was hit by a car ❤️
Meet Sweetie! After a tough year she just celebrated her 15th birthday two days ago with her fancy new collar and a pedicure! (Is there anything new jewelry and good pedi can’t fix?) South Point Pet Hospital... See MoreSee Less
Our latest blog post is up! In it, Emergency Vet Dr. Pascarella explains that water consumption habits can be a telltale sign of different diseases and the symptoms of dehydration. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you for this very informative information. Will share
The germaphobe in me says Thank you!!!
Remember Dewey from our feature on NBC news last night? He has a history of outsmarting e-collars (the plastic cones) in the past. His family had to get pretty inventive for his post operative e-collar needs. Bad news: Dewey has to wear an ecollar. Good news: He’s ready for the pool at a moments notice. This is a good look for you, Dewey! ... See MoreSee Less