You are out walking with your dog when it happens, doggy diarrhea. This condition can be seriously uncomfortable for your dog along with being distressing for both of you. Our Eastham vets share some information about the causes of diarrhea in dogs, how it can be treated and when you should seek veterinary care for your furry friend.
While we may expect sticky breath from our canine companions, we generally do not expect our feline friends to suffer from bouts of smelly breath. Our Eastham vets share some of the causes of bad breath in cats and when we should be worried about their smell.
Being outside can expose your dog to a number of serious diseases and viruses including distemper. Luckily, there are preventive care options available. In this post, our Eastham vets provide some important information about distemper in dogs and how you can help keep your pup safe.
Dogs are very active which makes injuries to their joints and ligaments incredibly common. One of the most common injuries is a torn CCL or cranial cruciate ligament. Today our Eastham vets discuss Tibial Tuberosity Advancement (TTA) Surgery for dogs, what it is used for and how it can help your pup get back to running.
Dog owners spend a lot of time picking up their dog's poop. For that reason, you likely have a pretty good idea of what a normal stool looks like for your dog. But what should you do if you notice blood in your dog's poop? Here, our Eastham vets talk about what to do if you find blood in your dog's stool, the possible causes and when it may be considered an emergency.
As your cat ages and regular movement becomes more difficult for them it will be even more imperative that you provide your cat with more help keeping clean. Today our Eastham vets share some of the reasons why your old cat's hair will get matted and how you can help clean their fur.