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"Of all possessions, a friend is the most precious."

- Heradotus

Latest News: Dog Care

dog wellness and cat health by Falls Village Vet Hospital in Raleigh NCDogs have been human companions for millennia, and they often become such an integral and loved part of our families. They entertain us, console us, greet us, keep us company, and most of all they love us  unconditionally. Our staff at Falls Village Vet Hospital understands the value or you dog, because most of us have dogs of our own! Dog care is of the utmost importance and we are here to help. See below for informative articles about caring for your dog’s health needs.


 

6 Ways Our Pets Say “I Love You”

The emotional connection we share with our furry friends is powerful. But we often find ourselves wondering what exactly is going on in their heads. Cats and dogs may speak a language of their...

Posted: May 15, 2022

What You Need to Know About Hip Dysplasia in Dogs

If your dog is limping, avoiding stairs, or walking with an odd gait, hip dysplasia may be to blame. Fortunately, there are medical interventions that can help pups with this scary-sounding...

Posted: April 30, 2022

5 Mistakes to Avoid When Introducing Cats and Dogs

Adding a pet to your family requires thought and preparation. While brand new pet parents face the challenge of pet-proofing their homes, those who are adding to their pack are usually most concerned...

Posted: April 15, 2022

Is it Safe to Let My Dog Lick Me?

Pet parents love to feel like part of the pack. It’s great to be reminded that our dogs love us back, even when they say it with lots of sloppy kisses. Some people enthusiastically accept...

Posted: March 31, 2022

Canine Oral Papilloma Virus 101

Discovering a bump on your dog’s skin can be quite alarming, and there are many possible explanations for lumps and growths. If you notice clusters of warts appearing on your dog’s lips,...

Posted: February 28, 2022

Why Is My Dog Shaking?

Though it often feels like we speak the same language, our dogs communicate primarily with their bodies. Pups can shake for many reasons, both physical and emotional. If you notice that your dog is...

Posted: January 31, 2022

Does Your Dog Have a Torn ACL?

In humans, a torn ACL is a common sports injury caused by a fast pivot or a blow to the knee. Dogs have a similar structure in their knees called the cranial cruciate ligament (CCL). This ligament...

Posted: December 31, 2021

Best Pet Training Techniques for Dogs and Cats

Barking, jumping, broken blinds, and chewed shoes can be incredibly frustrating for pet parents. You want to put a stop to undesirable behaviors, but not in a way that harms your relationship with...

Posted: December 15, 2021