Conditions

If you have a four-legged best friend, then you know that they may occasionally need to visit the animal hospital. At Central Virginia Veterinary Clinic in Louisa, VA, we treat dogs and cats for a wide range of conditions. Here are some of the most common reasons why pets require a visit to the animal hospital. 

Skin Conditions

Skin conditions are responsible for 22% of animal hospital visits for dogs. When a dog constantly scratches its body, it could be due to several conditions from parasites to an infection. There are many topical and oral prescription treatments our veterinarian can use to alleviate skin conditions. 

Stomach Issues

Pets often need veterinary care due to stomach issues. Stomach pain and indigestion may simply be due to an ingested object. However, stomach issues may also indicate a more serious problem with the digestive system.  If your pet is consistently vomiting or experiencing diarrhea, contact our animal hospital immediately. 

Ear or Eye Conditions

As a pet gets older, they tend to experience ear and eye conditions ranging from infections to vision loss. Animal hospitals are well-equipped to handle just about all types of ear and eye conditions. That includes everything from surgery to prescription medication. If your pet is experiencing any issues with its ears or eyes, then this condition must be treated right away to prevent a more serious issue down the road. 

Pain and Growths

If your pet is visibly in pain, it is highly recommended that you bring your pet to our animal hospital as soon as possible. Growths are common in many dog breeds. Some growths are common while others could be tumors that should be treated immediately. Our veterinarian will determine whether or not your pet’s growth is anything to worry about.

Urinary Tract Infections 

Both dogs and cats can experience urinary tract infections. These infections can lead to more serious conditions if they are not diagnosed and treated right away. Some symptoms of urinary tract infection include bloody or cloudy urine, straining during urination, or licking the urinary opening. 

Top veterinary care in the Louisa VA area 

If you are looking for expert pet care in Louisa, VA, the veterinary professionals at Central Virginia Veterinary Clinic are ready to assist you. For more information on the conditions we treat or to schedule an appointment with our veterinarian, call us at (540) 947-1404.

 

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Monday
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Tuesday
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In observance of the Thanksgiving holiday we will be closed Wednesday, November 25th - Sunday, November 29th. We will resume regular business hours on Monday, November 30th.
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