Keeping Your Cat Hydrated

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Summer is here. Hot weather can be tough on our feline friends! Fluffy can overheat very quickly, and doesn’t really have many ways to cool off. After all, she is wearing a fur coat! The best thing you can do … Read More »

6 Ways to Protect Your Dog From Ticks

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Summer is here, and ticks are out in full force. Ticks are a big concern for dog owners at this time of year. They’re not only really gross, they can also spread dangerous diseases. Plus, Fido’s love of exploring makes … Read More »

Playing With a Senior Cat

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Is your kitty entering her senior years? Fluffy may not be the little bundle of zoom that she used to be. However, she will still benefit from regular play sessions. Jumping and pouncing is not only lots of fun for … Read More »

Poison Prevention Week

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March is Poison Prevention Awareness Month! Pets are very curious, and love to investigate things. Dogs, in particular, try to learn about things by, well, eating them. This can be very dangerous! Here, a Carolina Forest, SC vet offers some … Read More »

7 Ways To Keep Your Cat Healthy

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February is National Cat Health Month! Of course, here at Waccamaw Regional Veterinary Center, we are dedicated to keeping our feline patients healthy all year long. Cats are quite easy to care for, but they are still vulnerable to illness … Read More »

Surprising Household Dangers For Pets

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Pets are known for being playful and curious. These traits make for some hilarious and adorable moments, but they can also lead your furry pal right into trouble. That’s why it’s so important to make your home safe for your … Read More »

4 Ways to Prevent Kitty Obesity

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Did you know that obesity is a very common problem with house cats? Many of our feline patients are, well, a bit pudgy. This isn’t surprising, given that they spend so much time sleeping! Read on as a Carolina Forest, … Read More »

Hot Weather Care for Senior Dogs

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The Dog Days of summer are here! While many of our canine patients love outdoor doggy activities, like sniffing plants and rolling around in the grass, the heat can also be tough on them. As your faithful pet ages, he’ll … Read More »