Just like in human medicine, the concept of the “golden hour” plays a critical role in veterinary emergency care. The golden hour refers to the first 60 minutes following a severe injury or medical crisis, during which prompt treatment can significantly improve the chances of a positive outcome.
Here’s what pet owners need to know about the importance of timely emergency care for their pet and how to recognize and respond to urgent situations. Read More»
A rabbit will move its head in all sorts of different ways depending on its mood, but you might occasionally notice that your pet is holding its head at an angle that you haven’t previously seen. If the rabbit’s head is at an angle so that one side of its head is pointing at the ground, and the rabbit is maintaining this position, this is an obvious indicator of a serious health issue that is aptly known as head tilt. Read More»
Veterinary services are important to keeping your pet healthy. However, it can be tough to know when to take your pet to a vet. If you’re not sure what’s a good reason to visit the vet, this list will help.
Pet vaccinations are important. Notably, the shot schedule will vary widely based on the species of your pet. Likewise, there can be dramatic differences in the shot requirements because some animals are susceptible to diseases that others are not. Read More»
If your cat is lethargic, losing weight, and has increased thirst and urination, the problem could be diabetes. Cats get diabetes just like humans do, and just like people, cats need proper treatment through diet and medications to control their condition. Here are some more symptoms of diabetes in cats and some treatments your veterinarian might recommend to keep your cat healthy.
Symptoms Of Feline Diabetes
Cats may have a variety of symptoms when they have diabetes. Read More»
Canine distemper virus (CDV) is a condition that dog owners must be aware of, allowing them to take the necessary precautions to protect their pets. You might not give CDV all that much thought because you don’t have a pet dog—you in fact have a pet ferret. However, it’s all too possible for CDV to actually infect a ferret, and the results can be fatal. What do you need to know about CDV and your ferret? Read More»