Constipation is a common problem seen by our Cordova vets in dogs of all breeds and sizes. In today's post, our vets at Memphis Veterinary Specialists offer some tips on what you should do if you think your dog is constipated.
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Although it may be cute, carrying even a few extra ounces of weight can have negative long-term effects on your cat's health. Here, our Cordova vets discuss some signs that might indicate your cat is overweight.
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.