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Why It's Important to Vaccinate Your Indoor Cat

Why It's Important to Vaccinate Your Indoor Cat

Even if your cat is indoors and never goes outside, it's important to keep their vaccinations up to date. Our vets at Franklin understand that some owners may be tempted to skip vaccinations, but there are still good reasons to ensure your cat gets vaccinated.

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Is Your Cat Overweight? Signs, Symptoms & What to Do

Is Your Cat Overweight? Signs, Symptoms & What to Do

Although you may think of your feline friend as big and cuddly, carrying just a few extra ounces can make a big difference to your cat's overall health and longevity. Our Franklin vets explain how you can tell if you have an overweight cat.

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Puppies 101: How to Care for a New Puppy

Puppies 101: How to Care for a New Puppy

Raising a puppy comes with its own set of challenges, even though they are adorable. Our veterinary experts at Franklin offer tips on how to successfully raise a puppy, enabling you to navigate through this stage and raise a healthy, content, and well-behaved dog.

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Does your dog have a cavity?

Does your dog have a cavity?

Just like us, our dogs can develop dental cavities due to inadequate oral hygiene. In today's post, our Franklinvets explain how dog cavities are treated and how to prevent your canine companion from developing a cavity.

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How Can I Tell if My Dog Has Been Poisoned?

How Can I Tell if My Dog Has Been Poisoned?

If your dog is suddenly acting strange or lethargic you're going to worry. Today our Franklin vets share the common signs of poisoning in dogs and what you should do.

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How To Treat Heatstroke in Cats

How To Treat Heatstroke in Cats

Heatstroke in cats, while far less common than in dogs, is still a prominent issue that our vets see. Today our Franklin vets talk about the signs and dangers of heatstroke in cats.

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Dog Wound Care: A Complete Guide

Dog Wound Care: A Complete Guide

Not every cut or scratch your dog acquires will need veterinary care, so you need to know how to care for your dog's wounds, and when you should head to the vet. Here our Franklin vets provide tips fr dog wound care.

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My dog has blood in his poop - what should I do?

My dog has blood in his poop - what should I do?

Franklin emergency vets understand that responsible dog owners devote significant time cleaning up after their pets. As a result, you are likely familiar with what your dog's normal stool looks like. However, what steps should you take if you detect blood in your dog's poop?

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How To Hydrate A Cat That Won't Drink Water

How To Hydrate A Cat That Won't Drink Water

To stay healthy your cat needs to drink lots of water every day. If your cat won't drink water these tips from our Franklin vets may help to explain why your cat won't drink and what you can do to help.

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Cat Skin Cancer: Signs, Causes & Treatment

Cat Skin Cancer: Signs, Causes & Treatment

Skin cancer is common in indoor cats as well as outdoor cats and is often caused by sun exposure. Today, our vets in Franklin discuss skin cancer in cats including its causes, symptoms, and the treatment options available.

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New Patients Always Welcome

Pet Vet Battlewood is accepting new patients! Our experienced vets are passionate about improving the health of Franklin's companion animals. Get in touch today to book your pet's first appointment.

Contact (615) 794-3838