Pretty Plants but Poisonous to Pets Lilies are beautiful plants and can make any room or garden more elegant. Unfortunately, the leaves, stems, and flowers of virtually all lily plants are toxic to cats (but, interestingly enough, not to dogs or rabbits). Eating part of a lily plant can cause a cat to vomit, become …READ MORE
Professional Vets Offering Sick Pet Visits in Raleigh, NC
The veterinarians at Care First Animal Hospital understand the concern you feel when your pet is sick. It’s our priority to provide compassionate, quality medical veterinary services throughout the Triangle. When your pet is sick in Raleigh or a nearby area, don’t hesitate to call our animal hospital — we provide same day appointments for our patients.
We structure our appointment schedules and staffing around being available to you and your pet when you need us the most. In addition, we welcome you to drop off your pet for their sick pet appointment in Raleigh or Cary in order to accommodate your work or lifestyle.
Not only will your pet receive a one-on-one personal consultation with a vet, but our regular, formal doctors’ rounds give your pet the benefit of several expert opinions. You can feel confident that our veterinarians will address your concerns and explain your treatment options.
Signs of Sick Cats, Dogs & More
How do you know when your pet is feeling under the weather? Sick dogs and cats show several common symptoms. Take note if your pet is demonstrating the following signs of illness:
- Lack of appetite
- Decreased activity
- Frequent or less-frequent urination
- Difficulty getting up
- Hair loss
- Itchy skin
Trust Care First With Your Sick Pets Across the Triangle
The team at Care First Animal Hospital would love to give you peace of mind by scheduling a sick pet visit in Raleigh or one of our other locations. We work to quickly diagnose our patients and develop a plan for treatment and quick recovery. Simply contact us, and we will schedule a same day appointment.
Acetaminophen—Common Household Cat Killer Beethoven is a lucky, normal kitty. He is lucky for two reasons: first, because he is one of the lucky stray cats who has been adopted and is able to live in a loving home; second, he is lucky because he ate Tylenol and lived to tell the tale. Being a …READ MORE