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Our Roswell veterinarians share helpful tips and advice to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.

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Surgery in Dogs: Everything You Need to Know

Surgery in Dogs: Everything You Need to Know

We realize how frightening it might be to be told that your dog requires surgery. It is critical to understand that our veterinarians do not make this suggestion carelessly. Today, our Roswell vets discuss the surgery in dogs, types of surgery, and even dog care after surgery.

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Emergency C-sections in Dogs: When to Go to the Vet

Emergency C-sections in Dogs: When to Go to the Vet

It can be amazing when your dog gives birth but what if she needs a c-section? In this post, you will learn everything you need about c-sections for your dog. So, what things should you look out for and prepare for?

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Heimlich Maneuver For Dogs: What To Do If My Dog Is Choking

Heimlich Maneuver For Dogs: What To Do If My Dog Is Choking

Most dogs will chew just about anything - bones, toys, shoes. But what should you do if something gets lodged in your dog's mouth or throat and they start to choke? Here, our Roswell vets share what to do in a choking emergency.

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Cat Won't Drink Water: Is This an Emergency?

Cat Won't Drink Water: Is This an Emergency?

Both pets and people need to stay hydrated. So what should you do if your cat won't drink water? Our Animal Emergency Center of North Fulton vets list some reasons why your cat may not be drinking and what to do.

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Heatstroke in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

Heatstroke in Dogs: Causes, Symptoms and Treatment

Here, our Roswell vets define heatstroke in dogs and provide a list of symptoms that you should watch out for as the temperature rises. We also share recommendations on how to prevent heatstroke and what to do if you think that your dog is suffering from this serious condition.

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Why is my Cat Breathing Heavy & What Can I Do

Why is my Cat Breathing Heavy & What Can I Do

One major difference between cats and dogs is that, unlike dogs, cats don't pant or breath heavy often. Here, our Roswell vets talk about some causes of cats breathing heavily and when you should be concerned. 

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How to Recognize If a Cat is in Pain - Discomfort in Cats

How to Recognize If a Cat is in Pain - Discomfort in Cats

To provide your cat with all the care they need to live a long and healthy life, it's important to be able to spot the signs of pain early and know what to do. Below, our Roswell vets offer some advice on how to tell if your cat is in pain, and what you can do to help.

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Joint Pain in Dogs - Signs, Causes & Treatment

Joint Pain in Dogs - Signs, Causes & Treatment

Joint pain is a common condition that afflicts dogs of all ages, affecting their quality of life and, if untreated, potentially developing into serious conditions and injuries. It may be difficult to notice your dog is experiencing joint pain unless you know what to look for. Here, our Roswell vets walk you through joint pain in your pup, including its types, causes, and treatments. 

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Cat Limping - Possible Causes and What to Do

Cat Limping - Possible Causes and What to Do

Whether your feline friend is an indoor cat or an outdoor adventurer there is a myriad of ways that your cat could injure a leg or paw and wind up limping. But injuries aren't the only reason for cat limping. Here are Roswell vets who share a few common reasons for limping in cats and what you should do.

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Vomiting & Diarrhea  in Pets: Causes & What to Do

Vomiting & Diarrhea in Pets: Causes & What to Do

Vomiting and diarrhea are common signs of gastrointestinal upset in cats and dogs. There are several causes for these conditions. Here, our Memphis vets share what you should know, and what to do if your pet is experiencing these symptoms.

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Experienced Emergency Vet Care

Animal Emergency Center of North Fulton is an after-hours and critical care hospital, providing veterinary emergency care since 1991. If your pet is experiencing an emergency, contact us to get the help your pet needs.

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