You’ve decided it’s time to get a dog. There are many factors to consider when considering a small dogs for young children or apartment living. Though these breeds are small in size, their personalities are larger than life.
Ultrasounds serve as an invaluable diagnostic tool for veterinarians. By creating amazingly detailed images it improves our veterinarians' ability to make quick and accurate diagnoses. This ability can make the difference between life and death for your pet.
Bladder stones or uroliths are unfortunately a relatively common phenomenon in dogs. They are a stone-like mineral deposit that can form in the bladder and cause urinary issues and pain. Since dogs cannot talk and tell us how they fell, learn how diagnostic tools can aid in determining medical problems and treatment.
When pets have “toilet” accidents, many families assume the problem is behavioral. However, when a dog that was previously house-trained starts to urinate inside the house or a cat starts to urinate outside the litter box, the first thing that should be done is to schedule a visit with their veterinarian. Very often the pet is trying to tell them there may be a physical problem or illness that is causing a change in elimination habits.
As your pet(s) enters their "senior" years, there are many easy modifications you can do to help them continue to enjoy an enriched and comfortable life.
Learn the dangers of blue-green algae blooms and how it can be toxic and potentially fatal to pets.
Learn first hand what our in patient care team does to take care of your pet while they are hospitalized. Listen to our interview with one of our patient care nurses.