Contrary to its name, ringworm is actually a fungus - similar to athlete's foot. It generates spores in the environment that are difficult to eliminate. The skin of any animal, including dogs, cats and farm animals, can be infected with ringworm. Here, our Murfreesboro vets explain ringworm in dogs and what it looks like.
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You want to give your beloved dog the best chance at a long, happy life. Regular preventive veterinary care has an integral role to play in their long-term health. But exactly how often should you take your dog to the vet? Our Murfreesboro vets explain.
Cats may seem aloof, but evidence suggests that cats do get lonely. They also require a certain level of care to thrive. Here, our Murfreesboro vets explain how long you can leave a cat alone, and give tips for keeping your cat safe and content while you are away.
We all know that most cats hate water and are continually cleaning themselves. However, sometimes they will need an actual bath. Our Murfreesboro vets explain how to bathe a cat, how often your feline friend will need a bath, and more in this post.
Dog grooming is an important task on your to-do list, since it helps keep your dog looking and feeling great - and healthy. However, doing it at home can get complicated. In this post, our Murfreesboro vets explain the benefits of professional dog grooming.
As cats grow older, grooming will need extra attention. Here, our vets in Murfreesboro explain why senior cats' fur can get matted more easily and how you can safely groom them.