Pets fill so many people’s hearts with love and joy, while asking for very little in return. Even more amazingly, certain animals are able to provide services for people in need and, in turn, many people depend on service dogs for their daily routine. What Service...
The thought of our pets going blind is sad and scary. We hate to think of our dogs or cats having a reduced quality of life in any way. However, with proper at-home care, most animals adjust very well to blindness and maintain a great quality of life. Before...
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...
On the rare occasions when a solar eclipse occurs, we are all taught: “Don’t stare directly at the sun!” The simple reason for this is that the exposure of our eyes to the sun for a prolonged period of time can cause harmful and irreversible damage...
August is National Eye Exam Month, so I wanted to take the opportunity to address some of the questions I’m commonly asked as a veterinary ophthalmologist. “Do dogs see in color?” “Why can my dog / cat see so well at night?” “Can dogs watch TV?” “Do dogs see in...
Ava Smith is on an uncertain journey. She is 13 years old and lives in Cornelius. Just 18 months ago, she was a national champion show horse rider. Now she is in a wheelchair, afflicted by a mysterious ailment that has left her unable to use her legs. That journey,...
CARE and dr Campbell and her team did an incredible job as we went through a 13 month cancer journey with our bloodhound, Stella. Amazing place, highly recommend. They were so supportive throughout the entire process ❤️❤️
It’s one of the hardest moments of your life. Your logic and your heart do battle. Well said. We know the people at CARE prescribe to this in their every day practice. ❤️ Thanks for loving our pets as we do!
Thank you for this but I’m crying crocodile tears thinking about my fur baby
Yeah, send your pet to CARE for Emergency Care and you will be saying goodbye. Horrible place!!! They killed my cat.
Some times it’s a easy call knowing their pain, other times it’s like a roller coaster in tryin to figure out the correct time in not too soon and not too late.😢
You don’t need to change your pet’s diet just because he or she has been diagnosed with cancer, but it is a good time to optimize your pet’s nutrition by ensuring adequate nutrient and calorie intake for overall health. Click through for more information. #CancerSurvivorMonth #Oncology ... See MoreSee Less
A little Health Tip Thursday for you...There are several steps you can take to prevent your dog from getting Lyme or other tick-borne diseases: • Talk to your veterinarian about tick-borne diseases in your area. • Use a veterinarian-recommended tick preventive on your dog. • Talk to your veterinarian about vaccinating your dog against Lyme disease. • Ask your veterinarian to conduct a tick screening at each exam. • Watch your dog closely for changes in behavior or appetite. • Check for ticks daily. #lymedisease ... See MoreSee Less
Snakes bite around 150,000 animals per year in the United States. 90% of these occur between April and October.
The best way to avoid snake bites is to educate yourself on their behavior. Dr. Culbert, one of our Emergency Vets, has written our latest blog post to help you do just that. Click through to read. ... See MoreSee Less
Come see us at the CARE tent at the Heroes Helping Humans event in Mooresville! This event is to promote awareness of service dogs in our community, and fundraising supports Lake Norman Humane and Project K-9 Heroes in honor of Officer Shelton and his dog Ramon. We hope to see you there!!! ... See MoreSee Less
We understand how stressful it is when your pet needs surgery. And we understand how difficult it can be to find helpful information.
Of course, if your pet needs surgery, one our board-certified specialists will go over all of your options in as much depth as you need to make the best decision for your beloved dog or cat. But we think this article is informative as well. ... See MoreSee Less
High blood pressure in dogs may be pretty rare, affecting between .5% and 10% of dogs between the ages of 2 and 14. Secondary hypertension, which accounts for 80 percent of all hypertension cases, may be due to a variety of factors, including renal disease, hormonal fluctuation, and hyperthyroidism. #BloodPressureAwareness ... See MoreSee Less
Clarissa, a seeing eye dog and Bella, a therapy dog with Levine Cancer Center came in to see Dr. Broadwater and his team for their free eye exams during National Service Dog Eye Examination Month! We are so proud of all of our sweet and loving service and therapy dogs, and all their hard work! #nationalservicedogeyeexaminationmonth ... See MoreSee Less
May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month. The most important thing we can say about Lyme Disease in pets is that prevention is easy. Talk to your vet about the best preventative for your pet. #LymeDiseaseAwareness ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations!!! Love all the staff at CARE. My boy has been receiving treatment there for over a year and he loves it as much as I do. Well deserved!
Congratulations! This is well deserved. I am so thankful that I was referred to CARE and to Dr Fauber -- she takes such good care of my Josie.
Teddy and I appreciate you all very much! ❤️
Congratulations!! We are SO glad to have a referral clinic like yours near when our clients need you!
Congratulations!! So deserving since the day your doors opened. See you all Tuesday for an ultrasound, I know Gov will be in good hands.
Agree! I love that you take care of your employees, and it shows. A few weeks ago, I called you in tears after the way I was treated at another animal emergency clinic. You all have shown so much love and compassion to both me and my beloved dog. She is now a cancer survivor, having survived 2 simultaneous cancers. 3 more chemo treatments to go! My 11yr old golden retriever is acting like a puppy again! Thank you for saving her life!!
Congratulations. So very glad I was referred to your clinic for my dog’s cancer treatment and care. Everyone has been exceptional!
SO WELL DESERVED!!! Kudos to everyone at CARE- y’all are the best and I am so glad to have you in the region taking care of all the fur babies!
Congratulations! It is a well deserved recognition and we will never forget the care and kindness that was shown to our Lilybean.
I can certainly understand why. The staff and care our furry baby, Parker, has received at CARE has been A+. Congrats CARE.
Kudos to a great team!
Congratulations on your accomplishments. This is truly GREAT!!
What an honor! And a well-deserved one from everything I have heard from m Vet and from my friends who have been there. Although I haven't needed your services, you would definitely be my emergency clinic of choice if I do.
Congratulations this is well deserved!
Yay Care! You have worked hard for this! Thanks for everything you do!
Well deserved <3
I can't think of a better honor. The CARE staff is outstanding.
So well deserved. I still have the book you sent me after my Sampson passed away. I have told everyone that for emergency or specialist your services can't be beat!