It's important to know what kind of parasites your pet can contract and what you can do to prevent this from happening. Our Franklin vets will give you information on the most common parasites in pets and prevention and treatment options.
Knowing how to care for your pet properly after surgery can help you to get them back to normal as quickly as possible, without complications. In today's blog our veterinarians share a few tips on how to care for your pet following surgery.
Dental problems in cats can cause them pain, and lead to other health issues. Today, our Franklin veterinary team explains how to spot dental health problems in your cat, what the most common dental diseases are in cats, and how these issues can be prevented or treated.
Annual vaccinations from our Franklin vets are typically far cheaper and safer than having your dog treated for the diseases these vaccines protect against. Below we share reasons why you should have your dog vaccinated and provide you with a handy schedule for your puppy's shots.
By getting your cat fixed you are doing more than just preventing unwanted kittens, you may also be preventing a host of unwanted behaviors and protecting your feline friend against some potentially serious health issues. Today our Franklin vets discuss getting your cat fixed.
Cataracts are a fairly common eye condition that we see in Franklin dogs, leading to blurred vision and eventual blindness if left untreated, but surgery can often help to restore a pet's sight. Here, our vets share more about cataract surgery for dogs.