Curious about what's involved in spaying or neutering your pet, and when you should have it done? There are also a few small risks involved in the procedure that you should know about. Today, our Grants Pass vets share the facts on these surgical procedures.
After your cat's surgery, a little extra love and attention are going to be required to allow for the incision to heal without becoming aggravated, injured, or infected. In today's post, our Grants Pass vets share some strategies for caring for your feline friend as they recover from surgery, including what to do for a cat not eating after surgery, and how to stop a cat from jumping after surgery.
Cesarean sections (C-sections) can be used in emergency cases when a dog is having trouble during labor, but in some cases, an elective c-section may be recommended if your pet has an increased risk of complications. Today our Grants Pass vets look at how to tell if your dog needs a c-section.
Many common dog illnesses and symptoms can be cause for concern, or even fatal if left untreated. Our Waxhaw vets offer advice about health problems to watch for.
Although you may think of your feline friend as big and cuddly, carrying just a few extra ounces can make a big difference to your cat's overall health and longevity. Our Grants Pass vets explain how you can tell if you have an overweight cat.
Our Grants Pass vets are often asked why dogs eat grass, and whether it is safe. Today our Lincoln Road Veterinary Clinic team shares some of the reasons why dogs eat grass, and when you should be concerned.