Dogs can get all sorts of health problems, but it can be hard to diagnose what’s going on. We’ll help you understand your dog’s symptoms and whether you should see the vet.
Is your dog’s recent vomiting episode putting you in a cold sweat? I don’t blame you. Like many dog owners, I was initially unsure what to do when Yuna did her first vommie. Let us help guide you in the right direction.
We had our scare when Yuna was diagnosed with a mast cell tumor about a month ago, in mid-October of 2019. Now that we’ve had time to digest everything, we’ll go over a quick overview of what mast cell tumors are, what you can do about it, and whether or not you should be concerned.
Following any surgery, you are likely under strict orders to keep your dog in one of these cones while the incision wound heals. Meanwhile, your dog doesn’t even know why they’re being forced to wear this strange new contraption! Let’s make it more comfortable on them.
With spring and warmer weather just around the corner, it’s imperative that all dog owners ensure their fur kids are properly equipped to combat fleas, ticks, and other pesky bugs. Really, your dog should be protected year-round, but this will be especially important during the coming months!
Pancreatitis is, in general, seldom-understood. I wanted to make this post to help dog owners fully understand the basics of this condition. If you think your dog may have pancreatitis, this article will help you diagnose it, determine how severe it is, and guide you toward steps in treatment.