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Hernias in Cats: Causes, Symptoms & Surgery

Hernias in Cats: Causes, Symptoms & Surgery

Hernias in cats usually aren't serious and can be fixed with surgery — if detected early. Today, our Baltimore vets explain the types of hernias and share some insights about what to expect from cat hernia surgery. 

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What age should you spay or neuter your cat?

What age should you spay or neuter your cat?

Have you recently brought home a kitten? You might be wondering if you should get your kitten fixed. Our Baltimore vets explain the benefits of spaying or neutering your cat, including preventing unwanted litters and curbing many unwanted behaviors. 

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Heatstroke in Dogs: Symptoms, Causes & What to Do

Heatstroke in Dogs: Symptoms, Causes & What to Do

In this post, our Baltimore vets explain heatstroke in dogs and share a list of symptoms to watch for. We also share recommendations about what to do in a heatstroke emergency. Plus, tips on how to prevent the condition. 

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Does dry food cause kidney failure in cats?

Does dry food cause kidney failure in cats?

If you’ve done your research and wondered if dry food causes kidney failure in cats, our Baltimore vets have some answers for you. Plus, we explain the causes of kidney failure.  

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ACL Surgery for Dogs

ACL Surgery for Dogs

Often referred to as a dog’s ACL or ‘cruciate’, your dog’s cranial cruciate ligament (CCL) can be painfully torn or injured. In this post, our Baltimore vets discuss three options for ACL surgery in dogs.  

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How to Treat Pneumonia in Dogs

How to Treat Pneumonia in Dogs

Pneumonia can be a serious — even life-threatening — lung disease for dogs. Our vets in Baltimore explain symptoms and how to treat pneumonia in dogs.  

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Pneumonia in Cats

Pneumonia in Cats

Cats’ lungs and airways can become inflamed and pneumonia may develop for numerous reasons. In this post, our Baltimore vets discuss the causes, symptoms and treatment options for pneumonia in cats. 

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What is the FVRCP cat vaccine?

What is the FVRCP cat vaccine?

At Falls Road Animal Hospital our vets believe that prevention is the key to helping your cat live a long and healthy life. That's why our Baltimore vets recommend that all cats receive the FVRCP vaccine. Here's how the FVRCP protects your cat's health.

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Help! My Dog Eats Everything!

Help! My Dog Eats Everything!

In this post, our Baltimore vets offer insight on why some dogs keep eating everything, plus tips to stop the behavior.

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Is your cat overweight? Signs & Symptoms

Is your cat overweight? Signs & Symptoms

Our Baltimore vets list a few signs that your cat may be overweight, and what steps you can take to get your pet back on track.

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