Our Johns Creek team of vets knows that cats can be notoriously picky eaters. So, if your cat is refusing to eat, it may be hard to figure out the reason. Here are a few different possible causes for why your cat isn't eating and when your should bring your feline friend to your vet.
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Here, the veterinary team at Johns Creek Veterinary Clinic walks you through what heatstroke in dogs is and provides you with a list of symptoms you should watch out for as the temperature rises. Our Johns Creek vets also share advice on how to prevent heatstroke in your dog and what to do if your think that your pup may be suffering from this serious condition.
Knowing the best way to care for your cat after they have undergone surgery is critical to helping your feline friend return to their normal, healthy lives as soon as possible. Here, our Johns Creek vets provide some advice about how to best care for your cat after surgery.
Hip dysplasia is a condition affecting one of both of a dog's hips and causing their abnormal formation during a dog's developmental years. Here, our Johns Creek vet team explains more about hip dysplasia, its symptoms and the surgeries generally used to treat the condition.
IVDD—or intervertebral disc disease—is one of the most common neurologic disorders found in our canine companions. Generally speaking, treatment is required early in order to combat IVDD so here, our Johns Creek vets explain IVDD surgery in dogs and its costs.
After a dog undergoes surgery, their owners play a key role in helping them to fully and safely recover. Diligent and attentive post-operative care is key to helping your pup return to their daily routine as quickly as they can. Our Johns Creek vets share some tips for how to care for your dog after surgery.
Do you resist kissed from your dog or apologize for their breath for the smell of the breath? Bad breath can be pretty common in our pooches and can be a sign of serious health issues. Here, Johns Creek vets explain what may be at the root cause of your dog's bad breath and how can help to prevent it or treat it when it does arise.
While mouth cancer—usually called oral cancer—in dogs can occur at any age, the most common age for a dog to be diagnosed with oral cancer is 11 years. Here, our Johns Creek veterinary team explains some of the symptoms to look out for and any available treatments you dog may have if they are diagnosed with mouth cancer.