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Tips for Managing Pets During Holiday Travel

Every pet owner knows the hassle of finding a place to leave their pet while traveling or on vacation. Our veterinarians at Forest Hill Animal Hospital in Germantown, TN, offer Read More

Caring for Your Outdoor Pets During Winter Months

When you have outdoor pets, they can get cold during the winter months. It's important to make sure that they have what they need to stay warm and dry during Read More

How to Care for Senior Pets

For humans and pets alike, aging is just a normal part of life. At some point, everyone becomes a senior. As a pet owner in Germantown, TN, it is important Read More

5 Signs It May Be Time to See a Veterinary Dermatologist

Pets often suffer from skin conditions that require treatment by a dermatologist. Although some home remedies may offer temporary solutions, taking your pet to a veterinarian is crucial since we Read More

Palliative Care for Pets

Providing Comfort and Pain Relief When your pet is nearing the end of its life, it can be difficult to accept. One of the best ways you can help your pet Read More

Immunization Awareness

August is National Immunization Awareness Month. While the focus of the month is on human immunization, pet immunization is equally important. Your pet counts on you to make sure it Read More

Preventing Heatstroke in Pets

When the temperatures rise, people and pets both want to spend more time outside enjoying the long days of sunshine. However, summer brings with it some concerns and it important Read More

What are the Symptoms of Asthma in Dogs?

Just like humans, dogs can suffer from asthma. Asthma in dogs can be triggered by allergens, causing breathing difficulties in your canine friend. It can be hard to determine if Read More

Asthma Treatment at Forest Hill Animal Hospital

Asthma is very common in humans, but did you know that pets can have asthma as well? Asthma can be very uncomfortable for your pet and can become dangerous. It Read More

Why is Heartworm Prevention Important?

Most pet owners know the common parasites, such as ticks and fleas. Heartworms aren't as well-known, but they can be very dangerous for both cats and dogs. Heartworm prevention can Read More

Treatment for Endocrine Disorder in Pets

An endocrine disorder is caused by an imbalance in hormones and can affect the way bodily systems respond to hormones. Pets can suffer from several endocrine disorders, which are dangerous Read More

Remedies for Skin Infections in Dogs

Skin Infections in Dogs The health and wellness of your pet has many important factors, including skin health. Dogs are prone to skin infections and other problems that affect their coats. Read More

Is Your Pet's Diet the Source of their Gastrointestinal Problems?

When you go to pick your pet’s food, you might not be thinking about the ingredients. You read what's on the front of the bag ad take it home to Read More

Tell Tale Signs of Pet Allergies

Tell-Tale Signs of Pet Allergies Just like humans, pets can experience allergies. The only difference is that your pets don't have access to a box of tissues. And because pets don't Read More

Treatment for Subluxation in Dogs

Treatment for Subluxation in Dogs To most pet owners, dogs are an integral part of the family. Any condition that affects your dog's normal functioning can be stressful for you. At Read More

Ear Infections in Dogs and Cats

Treating Ear Infections in Cats and Dogs Cats and dogs, among other animals, usually have excellent hearing. On average, a cat or dog has much better hearing than a typical human. Read More

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