Asthma in cats can be caused by an allergic reaction to inhaled allergens and affects as many as 1-5% of cats. Do you think your cat may be having an asthma attack? Our Central Valley Animal Hospital vets share some common symptoms of asthma in cats and how it can be treated.
To prevent pain and increase comfort, dogs are given anesthesia when they undergo surgery, but there are certainly pros and cons to using general anesthesia. Today, our Rainbow City vets share what you should know about anesthesia for dogs.
Heading out on a journey and want to take your cat along? Our Rainbow City vets offer a few tips to help make the journey easier for both you and your beloved pet.
Contrary to its name ringworm is caused by a fungus, not a worm. It generates infective seeds known as spores, which are highly resilient and difficult to eliminate in the environment. Ringworm may infect the skin of all animals, including dogs. Here, our Rainbow City vets discuss what ringworm looks like on a dog and how it can be treated.
Annual routine exams for your dog or cat give your veterinarian the chance to check on your pet's overall health and catch any emerging issues early while they are still the most treatable. Today, our Rainbow City vets explain more about the importance of annual dog and cat exams.