Talking With Pet Doctors

  • Taking A Shy Dog To The Vet

    29 April 2021

    Every dog reacts a little differently to visiting the vet. Some dogs are excited to see the vet, wagging their tail and greeting them like a best friend. Other dogs act a little defensive and aggressive. And still other dogs seem to act really shy when they visit the vet. They may cower in the corner, try to resist walking into the exam room, and try to jump into your arms as the vet examines them.

  • Signs You Need To Take Your Pet Cat To The Animal Hospital

    5 August 2020

    When you own a cat, you own a creature that should give you many years of joy. Cats in domestic households can live up to two decades, although cats that are allowed outside are known to live less long. Taking your cat to the vet for routine care is just one way you can help manage their health and keep your cat vital and strong. Here are signs your cat needs to go to the vet outside the normal checkup times.

  • What Happens When Your Dog Gets Their Teeth Professionally Cleaned

    18 October 2019

    If you own a dog, in addition to cleaning your dog's teeth yourself, you should also take your dog in for professional cleanings, performed by your vet. When you take your dog in for a dental cleaning, you should expect them to review your dog's medical history, put your dog under anesthesia, and then scale and polish your dog's teeth.  Review Dog's Medical History  The first thing that will happen when you take your dog to get their teeth professionally cleaned is the veterinarian will review your dog's medical history.

  • Effects Of Early Spaying And Neutering

    23 September 2019

    Choosing to spay or neuter your pet is one of the most important decisions you can make for them. Spaying and neutering prevent unwanted pregnancies and reduces the number of homeless animals populating shelters. Overpopulation of stray animals can be a nuisance to livestock, pets, and humans. Strays may also carry diseases and parasites that can spread to other animals and humans. Sterilization can also benefit your pet's health and behavior.

  • Here's Why Your Cat Yowls All Night

    7 August 2019

    Having a cat cry and yowl all night can be upsetting, irritating, or even get in the way of your sleep. If your cat does this, you should read this guide to find out what's behind it and what you should do in order to put a stop to it. Separation Anxiety One potential cause of nighttime yowling is separation anxiety. While cats have a reputation for being aloof and unaffectionate, they need their people just as badly as dogs do.

  • Tips And Tricks For The Successful Syringe Feeding Of A Cat

    19 June 2019

    When your cat won't eat, there are few ways to make a cat do so against their will. If your cat has an ongoing issue that causes appetite problems, like kidney disease, your veterinarian may provide you with the tools necessary to syringe feed your cat. This should only be done when necessary, but it can help to provide your cat with essential nutrition and fluids when they refuse to eat on their own.

  • Five Things Your Dog Might Eat That Could Send Them To The Emergency Vet

    24 May 2019

    If you are a first-time dog owner, you may find yourself overwhelmed with the prospect of having a four-legged friend to take care of. There are many factors that go into taking care of a dog, including monitoring what they eat. There are many things a dog could get into that they will eat, but that they definitely should not be eating. Get to know a few of these common items in the house that might send you and your dog on a trip to the emergency animal hospital.