Like humans, our pets can develop conditions or obtain injuries that require immediate emergency care. In this post, our Memphis vets explain how you can tell if your cat or dog needs emergency care and what to do in a pet emergency.
Cats are adventurous, inquisitive creatures who love to explore their environment. Sometimes on their adventures, they can become injured and obtain a wound. Today, our Memphis vets discuss the common causes of wounds in cats, how you can help treat them, and when to take your lovable kitty to the vet.
Does your kitty's meow sound like a scratchy rasp, squeak, or like there isn't any sound at all? If so, they might have laryngitis which can arise for various different reasons. In this post, our Memphis vets explain what cat laryngitis is, what can cause it, and how it can be treated.
Your dog's quality of life is seriously impacted when they are suffering from joint pain, and if their condition is not addressed quickly they could develop more severe conditions or injury. In this blog, our Memphis vets share with you the early signs of dog joint pain you should look out for, the types of joint pain, its causes, and treatment options.
Our Memphis vets often see dogs suffering from painful bladder infections and other urinary tract issues. Today we share signs of bladder infections in dogs that pet parents should watch for and how these uncomfortable conditions are treated.