One of the places that blood doesn't belong is in your dog's poop! This situation can cause a great deal of concern for any pet parent. Knowing how to describe the blood can help a great deal when it comes to diagnosing the issue. Here, our Memphis emergency vets talk about the different types of blood that you may find in your dog's stool and when to seek emergency veterinary care.
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Every now and then your dog may seem to be a little off or not quite themselves. Luckily, as long as there is no serious underlying concern, the solution for anxiety and depression in dogs is usually pretty simple as shared here by our Memphis emergency vets.
Identifying illness in cats can be challenging as they usually conceal their discomfort. Therefore, it's crucial for cat owners to be observant and informed about potential common cat sicknesses. Here, our Memphis veterinarians highlight common contagious diseases in cats and their associated symptoms.
Most dog owners love giving their canine companions scraps from the table, but it's important to know exactly which human foods can be poisonous to dogs and why it is important to keep them out of reach when you're away. In this post, our Memphis vets share a comprehensive list of foods that are toxic to dogs.
Have you noticed your dog eating grass? This is fairly common behavior. In this post, our Memphis vets discuss why your dog might be eating grass and if it is safe for them to do so.
If you're a pet owner, you might be wondering what critical veterinary care is and when an injury is qualified as an emergency for your companion. In this post, our Memphis veterinarians discuss what animal critical care is and what classifies a pet emergency.
Most cats will dry heave or vomit every once in a while, but if your kitty is dry heaving continually and nothing seems to help, it could be indicative of another problem. In this post, our Memphis vets share some reasons your cat may be dry heaving and what you can do to help.
There is a long list of edible and inedible items that are toxic to dogs when they aren't necessarily harmful to humans. If you notice your dog acting differently and you're unsure if they've ingested something poisonous, our Memphis vets are here to share symptoms of poisoning in dogs and what you should do.