As the weather around the country gets warmer, our pets spend more time outside. However, being in the great outdoors can expose them to ticks and tick-borne illnesses. (Spring is coming. Watch out for ticks!
When it comes to diagnosing genetic conditions in dogs (or in humans), doctors use a variety of clues. One of those clues may not necessarily be what the physical symptoms are, but when did the physical symptoms start happening. Today’s blog focuses on the when, not the what, of genetic...
When your dog has any kind of soft tissue injury, those injured tissues must follow a complex healing process with hundreds of steps at the cellular and chemical level. Once your dog has a soft tissue injury, even for the most minor micro-trauma, their body must go through the ENTIRE process of tissue wound healing.
“Many pet owners think that their dogs' bad breath is normal — but “doggie breath” actually signifies that there's more going on with your pet's dental health than you may realize. “Animals can have bad breath without having ...”
Sudden acquired retinal degeneration syndrome (SARDS) is a baffling disease. It’s most dramatic symptom is the sudden onset of blindness, which sometimes seems to develop over the course of just a day or so.
Pet-proofing prior to holidays can prevent unexpected trips to veterinarian InsideHalton.com Though it's never a desired thing to do, an unexpected trip with your pet to your veterinarian or the emergency veterinary clinic during this time of year...
How can you make this nerve-wracking experience efficient and affect the best possible outcome for you and your pet? Look at a consultation with a veterinary specialist at The Animal Medical Center or another specialty ...
Is there a cat fight going on in your home? Are the cats either obviously not getting along, or maybe more infrequently their relationship is on and again and off again, kind of like the U.S. and Russia?
The best way to protect people from hookworms and roundworms is for all of us to pick up pet feces immediately when in a public environment and on a daily basis in our own yards, and to follow a veterinarian’s recommendation regarding fecal...
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