Monthly Archives: October 2017

Treatment Options for Pets with High Blood Pressure

2017-10-30T09:00:22+00:00

High blood pressure, or hypertension, is a condition that occurs when arterial blood pressure is consistently higher than normal. It can affect pets just as it affects humans, and it can cause problems in important organs and systems--including the heart, kidneys, eyes and nervous system. When caught early on and treated aggressively, high blood pressure

Treatment Options for Pets with High Blood Pressure2017-10-30T09:00:22+00:00

Brain Injuries in Pets: the Importance of Seeing a Vet

2017-10-23T09:00:30+00:00

The brain is a vital organ that requires constant oxygen and nutrition in order to operate well. When it is deprived of oxygen or affected by direct trauma, the brain can suffer injury. There are two main types of brain injuries that pets can experience. Primary brain injuries result from direct trauma to the brain,

Brain Injuries in Pets: the Importance of Seeing a Vet2017-10-23T09:00:30+00:00

5 Signs Your Pet Has a Bacterial Skin Infection

2017-10-16T09:00:20+00:00

Pets can suffer from irritating and uncomfortable skin conditions, just as humans do. And just like humans, pet skin conditions can range from mild and temporary to serious and even life-threatening. It is always best to have your veterinarian examine and diagnose a pet’s skin issues, but it can be helpful to know what you

5 Signs Your Pet Has a Bacterial Skin Infection2017-10-16T09:00:20+00:00

Top Fears and Anxieties That Plague Pets

2017-10-09T09:00:42+00:00

Just as humans can experience certain fears and anxieties, so too can our pets. While it is perfectly understandable that new and unusual things can be alarming, one of the major issues that pets face is not only their lack of understanding but also their inability to handle this. Pets cannot have someone explain to

Top Fears and Anxieties That Plague Pets2017-10-09T09:00:42+00:00

Eating Habits in Pets: What’s Normal and What’s Problematic

2017-10-02T09:00:08+00:00

Just as is the case with humans, pets tend to establish and maintain some basic eating habits that may vary only a very little bit over time. Of course as is also the case with humans, a pet’s eating habits can be healthy or unhealthy, helping them maintain a healthy, happy, and active lifestyle or

Eating Habits in Pets: What’s Normal and What’s Problematic2017-10-02T09:00:08+00:00