Dry heaving in dogs can indicate a serious issue and should be considered an emergency. Today our Cordova vets discuss the causes of dry heaving and why it is important to get your dog immediate veterinary care.
If you notice that your cat's eyes have begun to water more than usual recently, or if you notice them squinting, it may be time to take them to the vet to ensure they don't develop a health issue. Here, the specialists at our Cordova hospital explain a couple of reasons why your cat's eyes are watering.
Ticks commonly spread Babesiosis or Babesia infection to dogs and other mammals across the United States. Our Memphis vets explain the symptoms and treatments for Babesiosis and how you can help to prevent your dog from contracting this and similar diseases.
Cushing's disease in dogs can cause serious symptoms and complications that can threaten your pet's overall health and longevity. Our Cordova vets explain what causes the condition, as well as complications and treatments.
Anemia in dogs is a serious condition that can be caused by a number of underlying health issues. In this post our Cordova vets explain the different types of anemia seen in dogs, as well as their symptoms of anemia and how it can be treated.
There are countless reasons why your pooch might develop an eye infection, but whatever the cause, eye infections in dogs can range from uncomfortable to downright painful. Today our Memphis vets explain some of the causes of eye infections in dogs and how these infections can be treated.
Has your cat’s purr has turned into a cough? Coughing is a sign that something is irritating your kitty's lungs, airway or throat. Some causes of cat coughing or wheezing are easy to treat while others are much more serious. Today, our Cordova emergency vets explain some of the reasons why your cat may be coughing.
Although our canine companions are covered in fur skin cancer is still a very real concern. In today's post our vets explains three types of skin cancer commonly seen in dogs.
When it comes to treating eye infections in cats there are a number of antibiotics that your vet may prescribe based on the underlying cause of the infection. Below our Memphis vets share some of the most common antibiotics for treating eye infections in our feline friends.