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Latest News: Diagnostics

Raleigh animal surgery Falls Village Vet HospitalIn-house diagnostics and advanced imaging can play such an important role in identifying dog or cat health problems in their early stages. At Falls Village Vet we offer digital radiology, endoscopy, microscopy, ultrasounds, and urinalysis that help us to fully examine your pet and find the cause of their health issues as soon as possible. Whether it’s an X-ray or a blood panel, we are here to help. See below for a helpful list of articles about diagnostics and how our services can help treat your pet.


 

Heartworms Are More Common than You Think

Heartworms are a source of anxiety for pet parents. Due in part to climate and environmental changes, the past decade has seen an increase in the overall prevalence of heartworm infection. While the...

Posted: November 15, 2021

Why is my dog licking or chewing its paws?

Occasional licking is typical dog behavior. Normal grooming is no cause for concern, but when pet parents notice their pup obsessively lapping and chewing at his paws, it’s time to investigate...

Posted: August 31, 2021

What is the lump under my dog’s skin?

One moment, you’re relaxing at home cuddled up with your furbaby, and the next, your stomach drops. When you’re a pet parent, finding a strange lump or bump on your dog can send you...

Posted: May 13, 2021

Dilated Cardiomyopathy (DCM) in Dogs

Dilated cardiomyopathy, also known as DCM, is among the most common of acquired heart diseases in large or giant breed dogs. While it can develop in any dog, it’s more rare in medium or small...

Posted: September 30, 2020

What to Do if Your Dog Eats a Sock

Dogs, like toddlers, seem to have a knack for testing the boundaries of safety and good sense by getting themselves into less-than-ideal situations. We can safely rely on children to eventually...

Posted: September 16, 2020

4 Common Cancers in Dogs

Cancer is common in dogs, as much as we hate to say it. Our pets are members of our families, so if our dogs get the most dreaded diagnosis, it’s scary. It’s upsetting. Dogs and humans...

Posted: July 24, 2020

Caring for Senior Cats

Just like humans, cats are living longer than they used to. Improved nutrition, more “indoor cats”, and more frequent veterinary care compared to years past all add up to an older,...

Posted: June 22, 2020

Ear Mites in Cats and Dogs

What is that brown, waxy, smelly crud in your cat’s or dog’s ears? The ears seem so itchy, too! It might be the tell-tale signs of ear mites. Unlike dogs, cats tend to have relatively few...

Posted: June 4, 2020