Our Memphis vets don't see as many ear infections in cats as they do in dogs, but when cat ear infections do occur they can be an indication of an underlying health issue. Today we look at the causes, symptoms and treatments for ear infections in cats.
Ear infections are a common reason for dogs to visit our Memphis emergency animal hospital. Fortunately, most ear infections in dogs are easy to treat if caught early. Here are some of the signs of dog ear infections, and what to do if your dog's ears aren't as healthy as they should be.
Obesity in dogs is on the rise and poses a serious health risk to our canine companions. If your pooch seems extra cuddly they may be carrying a little too much weight. Today our Memphis vets explain how you can tell if your dog might be overweight, and what you should do.
Tick-borne diseases pose a very real threat to the health of dogs and people throughout Memphis. Symptoms of these conditions can be painful and even be life-threatening for your pup. In today's blog our vets explain some of the most common tick-borne illnesses in dogs, and the symptoms to watch for.
Although rare in cats, hypothyroidism can produce a number of symptoms including noticeable weight gain. In today's post our Memphis vets share some of causes of hypothyroidism in cats and symptoms that may indicate that your cat has an under-active thyroid.
Seizures in dogs are not uncommon but not all seizures are the same. In fact there are a number of different types of seizures your dog can experience, and each seizure your dog has could be different in terms of type, severity, or how long it lasts. Today our Memphis emergency vets explain more about the types of seizures seen in dogs.