The Veterinary Profession Is Full of Love

The Veterinary Profession Is Full of Love

How To Know When Dog Vomiting Requires Veterinary Care

Many dogs will vomit from time to time if they eat too fast or consume something that does not agree with their stomachs. In these situations, vomiting usually is not something to worry about and can successfully be managed at home. However, vomiting can sometimes indicate a more serious issue and needs to be addressed immediately. Here are a few signs that your dog's

Brachycephalic Dogs And Breathing Difficulties: Is Your Dog At Risk?

Even though the words (squashed face, shortened muzzle) used to describe a dog's look might not sound pleasant, brachycephalic dogs are adorably cute. Brachycephalic dogs are not a specific breed — it's a term that covers a number of dogs whose facial features are noticeably compressed. This can include many types of spaniels and bulldogs, not to mention the pug. Whil

Make Sure To Get Your Kitten Vaccinated

When you get a brand-new kitten, you want to make sure that you are doing everything you can to keep them healthy throughout their entire life. One way to do that is to start off right and get them their vaccinations. Some of those vaccinations are going to need to be done several times during the kitten's life, and some of them will be done only as kittens. You may a

A Seemingly Sudden Bump, Lump or Mass on Your Dog's Neck—What Could It Mean and What Should You Do?

What should you do if you suddenly feel a lump on your dog's neck? You may wonder when they got there and whether it means something is wrong. Take a deep breath and by all means, continue scratching your dog's favorite spot, just don't ignore that sudden bump, lump, or mass that's appeared on your pet's neck. Why You Shouldn't Immediately Panic While detecting a mass

Feline Declaw Aftercare Tips

Whether you are considering having your cat declawed or already have an appointment scheduled, it is critical to understand the process of declawing and how to care for your cat after the procedures. Your cat will experience discomfort after the procedure and your cat's newly declawed paws must be cared for properly to prevent further injury and infection. Here are a