Monthly Archives: March 2018

Pet Heart Murmurs: Are They a Sign of a More Serious Problem?

2018-03-30T23:42:33+00:00

A veterinary checkup is a lot like a human checkup. A doctor examines the patient for overall health and wellness, making sure that all of the major systems are in working order.  As with human physicals, most of the time things are just fine. But, sometimes the examination reveals hidden symptoms, even in patients who

Pet Heart Murmurs: Are They a Sign of a More Serious Problem?2018-03-30T23:42:33+00:00

5 Benefits of Getting Your Pet Tested for Diabetes

2018-03-22T20:19:05+00:00

Pet diabetes is a chronic disease that affects more than 370 million humans worldwide, resulting in debilitating complications like nerve damage and blindness. What many people don’t realize is that dogs and other pets can also develop diabetes, which can significantly affect their quality of life. Fortunately, there are some telltale symptoms to watch out

5 Benefits of Getting Your Pet Tested for Diabetes2018-03-22T20:19:05+00:00

How to Recognize the Signs of High Blood Pressure in Pets

2018-03-19T00:23:06+00:00

Watching your pet play, eat, and move around makes you feel good about your loved one’s well-being. However, when your pet is under the weather, you want to reach out and help in any way you can. Not knowing just how under the weather your pet is, can lead to much uncertainty. One of the tell-tale

How to Recognize the Signs of High Blood Pressure in Pets2018-03-19T00:23:06+00:00

Is Your Pet at Risk for a Seasonal Urinary Tract Infection?

2018-03-12T19:20:56+00:00

During the winter months, the weather can make it difficult for people to stay active and energized. When the wind howls and your windows are frosted with ice and snow, the idea of going out does not always seem appealing. It is natural to want to curl up with a blanket and read a good

Is Your Pet at Risk for a Seasonal Urinary Tract Infection?2018-03-12T19:20:56+00:00

Pet Eye Ulcers: What Causes Them and How to Treat Them

2018-03-01T16:34:10+00:00

Pet eye ulcers are a common eye injury in both cats and dogs. These ulcers are more specifically referred to as corneal ulcers, since they are found in the cornea of the eye. There are four layers of the cornea. The impactfulness of the ulcer depends on how many of these layers are affected by

Pet Eye Ulcers: What Causes Them and How to Treat Them2018-03-01T16:34:10+00:00