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About Tick Borne Diseases in Dogs

About Tick Borne Diseases in Dogs

Ticks-born diseases are a real health concern for dogs right across North America. Symptoms can be painful and zap the energy right out of your pet. Here, our Memphis vets share some symptoms of common tick-borne diseases seen in dogs, and why early detection is essential.

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Hypothyroidism in Cats

Hypothyroidism in Cats

Hypothyroidism is a rare condition in cats but when it does occur it can produce a number of symptoms including weight gain. In today's post our Memphis vets share some of signs of hypothyroidism in cats and how it is treated.

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Signs of Hyperthyroidism in Dogs & How It Is Treated

Signs of Hyperthyroidism in Dogs & How It Is Treated

Hyperthyroidism is a rare condition in dogs but when it does occur, it can lead to a number of very serious health concerns for our canine companions. Today our Memphis vets explain the most common signs of hyperthyroidism in dogs, and how this condition is treated.

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Lyme Disease in Dogs - Symptoms & How Lyme Is Treated

Lyme Disease in Dogs - Symptoms & How Lyme Is Treated

Lyme disease is a common tick-transmitted disease seen in people and pets across the US. While many dogs carry Lyme without showing symptoms, other dogs can suffer from a range of debilitating side effects due to this disease. Our Memphis vets share some of the causes, symptoms, and treatment for Lyme disease in dogs.

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How can I tell if my cat has pneumonia?

How can I tell if my cat has pneumonia?

Pneumonia is an inflammation of the lungs and airways that can occur in cats for a number of reasons. Today our Memphis vets share more about the causes, symptoms and treatment for pneumonia in cats.

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Symptoms of Pneumonia in Dogs

Symptoms of Pneumonia in Dogs

Although it's not be a condition that most pet parents think about, pneumonia in dogs is relatively common. While many dogs recover well from pneumonia the conditions can be a serious health concern for dogs that are senior, immunocompromised, or very young. Our Memphis vets explain more about how pneumonia could affect your dog.

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What to Feed a Dog With Chronic Kidney Disease

What to Feed a Dog With Chronic Kidney Disease

If your dog has chronic kidney disease (chronic kidney failure), feeding them the right diet is going to be a key element of their treatment. For dogs with kidney disease, our North Memphis vets may recommend a therapeutic diet with restricted protein, phosphorus and sodium combined with increased levels of omega-3 fatty acids.

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Kidney Failure (Renal Failure) in Dogs

Kidney Failure (Renal Failure) in Dogs

Kidney failure (renal failure) can be caused in dogs in a number of ways. In today's blog our vets at Stage Road Animal Hospital in Memphis explain a bit about the causes and treatment of kidney failure in dogs, as well as the signs and symptoms that could indicate that your dog is suffering from kidney failure.

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Anemia in Dogs - Causes & Symptoms

Anemia in Dogs - Causes & Symptoms

When our Memphis vets diagnose anemia in dogs it is viewed as a symptom of an underlying condition rather than the primary condition. If anemia has been diagnosed in your dog, here is what you should know.

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Dehydration in Dogs - Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments

Dehydration in Dogs - Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments

Dehydration is a common emergency seen by our vets here at Stage Road Animal Hospital in Memphis. Dehydration happens when your dog's body loses more water and electrolytes than they are taking in, subsequently causing severe issues with their internal organs, body temperature, joints, and digestion.

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  • My family has been bringing pets to Stage Road Animal Hospital for 47 years! The doctors and staff are the best! They have been extremely helpful and organized when I was bringing a large dog and large cat to their office by myself for exams or boarding. My pets have always been well taken care of at their office.
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