Parvovirus is an extremely contagious, often deadly, virus that spreads through contact with infected dogs or even through contact with contaminated objects. But you can protect your puppy against this serious disease, our Rainbow City vets explain how.
Our Rainbow City vets know that repeated appointments for your dog's vaccines and boosters may seem inconvenient, but we believe that following the vaccination schedule below is the best way to help protect your four-legged friend from a range of potentially deadly diseases.
Although cats are very good at hiding signs of discomfort, dental disease in cats can be just as painful as our own oral health problems. To help you spot the earliest signs of dental disease in your cat, our Rainbow City vets share 7 common dental problems in cats and how to tell if your kitty might have an oral health issue.
Pets, like people, benefit from a little attention to their health and wellness as they age. If your canine companion is enjoying their golden years, follow these tips from our Rainbow City vets to help your senior dog stay healthy and happy as they continue to age.
Oral health issues such as tooth decay and gum disease are real health concerns for dogs. That's why caring for your dog's teeth is an important element of caring for their overall health. Below, our Rainbow City vets explain how to clean a dog's mouth and what to expect at a dog dental appointment.
If your dog will be staying at a boarding facility while you are away from home, you may be wondering how you should prepare for dog boarding. Today, our Rainbow City vets share some pointers on how to prepare your dog for boarding and what to expect when you get home.
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.