July 17, 2020

An erosion through a few layers of the epithelium is called a corneal erosion or a corneal abrasion.

July 3, 2020

Periodontal (gum) disease is very common in cats and dogs over 3 years of age. Teeth cleaning is available to keep your pet's teeth healthy.

June 25, 2020


What are anal sacs?

The anal sacs are located on either side of the anus at the 8 o’clock and 4 o’clock positions; they are positioned just under the skin.  They connect to the anus by means of small canals or ducts.  Anal sacs produce and store a dark, foul-smelling fluid.  These are the same type of organs that a skunk has to scare away its enemies.  Although dogs can use these for the same purpose, most dogs live in an environment that has no enemies.  Because the sacs are rarely emptied, the fluid builds up, solidifies, and becomes an ideal environment in which bacteria can grow.

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June 5, 2020

Hookworms are a common intestinal parasite of dogs and cats.

May 28, 2020

Did you know dogs get bladder stones? Bladder stones are rock-like collections of minerals that form in the urinary bladder. The two most common signs of bladder stones are blood in the urine and straining to urinate.

March 24, 2017

When to take a dog with an ear infection to the vet – head shaking

If your dog suddenly starts whining and scratching at her ears, sometimes hard enough to make them red and raw, she may have a common canine health problem—an ear infection. An ear infection is a common condition in dogs, especially those with floppy ears, such as Basset Hounds and Cocker Spaniels. It's estimated that about 20 percent of dogs have some form of ear disease. Believe it or not, yeast and bacteria, not EAR MITES, are the most common causes of ear infections in dogs.

What are signs of ear infections?
Ear canals are very sensitive, so the symptoms of infection are oft...

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