Often we get questions from clients about what things they can do for their pets prior to coming to the clinic or when problems occur over the weekend.
With the temperatures rising, people begin to strip down to their bathing suit to cool off, but can the same be said for your pet?
Diabetes Mellitus is a disease which involves the lack of insulin in the body. To understand how this affects your pet it is necessary to understand how the body normally functions.
Feline calicivirus infection is a common respiratory disease in cats. The virus attacks the respiratory tract — lungs and nasal passages — the mouth, with ulceration of the tongue, the intestines, and the musculoskeletal system.
Cat owners have the option whether or not to keep their pet indoors or allow outdoor access. While some believe that keeping your feline friend inside is “unnatural”, others feel it may be for the best.
Cats, as they age, are prone to the development of dental problems.
Going to the vet can be a traumatizing experience for many cats but there are ways to lessen anxiety.
While we may think of them as our children, dogs and cats are not little people and they have their own unique metabolisms. Some of the things we can eat, they cannot and certain foods can be very dangerous, even lethal to our pets.