How to Diagnose Pet Arthritis

Written on October 4th 2021.
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Did you know that one out of five dogs, and up to four out of five cats in the United States, suffer from osteoarthritis? This form of degenerative joint disease (DJD) is one of the most common types of canine and feline arthritis. Those numbers can elevate even higher in breeds that are prone to jo… read more

Posted in Pet Health Issues

Keeping Outdoor Cats Healthy in the Heat

Written on June 7th 2021.

If you have an “outdoor cat,” you know they love exploring the wonders of the natural world. As the weather warms up, however, there are a few important things to watch out for and to provide for your outdoor cats to keep them safe all summer long. In this blog post, we provide helpful tips to keep … read more

Posted in Pet Behavior | Pet Health Issues

Sarcoptic Mange: Save Your Dog’s Skin from Scabies

Written on October 1st 2020.

It sounds troubling, like something out of a gritty movie about the bad part of town: a dog walks by with mange, looking ragged, uncared-for and angry. Well, you’d be angry and ragged too if tiny mites caused you to lose your hair and itch severely. Thankfully, mange is not as scary as you may have … read more

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When to Seek Emergency Care

Written on September 16th 2020.

Animal Clinic of Woodruff is here for your emergency vet care needs. But we know that sometimes, it can be difficult to know whether your pet’s symptoms warrant taking them to the vet for emergency care. Here is a reference list of symptoms that can help you make the all-important decision to either… read more

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Facts about the Feline Distemper Vaccine

Written on September 2nd 2020.

In the past, “feline panleukopenia” also known as “FP” or “feline distemper, was a leading cause of death in cats. This is a highly contagious, hardy viral disease caused by the feline parovirus. Today, thanks to the widespread effectiveness of the vaccine, it is less common.

Cats can become infe… read more

Posted in Pet Health Issues | Vaccinations

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