While cat poisonings are relatively rare, they do happen. From household cleaners to toxic plants, here's more from our Memphis vets on substances that are poisonous to cats, and what to do if you suspect your cat has been poisoned.
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Many houseplants are toxic to cats. Our Memphis Emergency vets recommend that you be able to identify all of the plants in your home and garden, so that if your feline friend decides to nibble on a leafy snack, you will be able to tell your vet exactly what they have been eating.
Our Memphis Emergency Vets know that dogs love to chomp on things they shouldn't. As a responsible pet owner it's important to be able to spot the most common signs that your dog has been poisoned, and know what to do if your dog is showing poisoning symptoms.
Does your dog eat a healthy meal then head outside and begin eating grass? Our Memphis vets share some of the reasons dog's eat grass, and when you should be concerned about this behavior.
If your cat won't eat, it can be difficult to figure out why, and whether your feline friend needs medical attention. Our Cordova vet shares some of the most common reasons why cats stop eating, and how to judge whether their finicky behavior is stubbornness or an emergency.
Vomiting and diarrhea are common signs of gastrointestinal upset in cats and dogs. There are a number of causes for these conditions. Here, our Memphis vets share what you should know, and what to do if your pet is experiencing these symptoms.
When panting isn’t enough to eliminate heat a dog’s body temperature rises, and they can experience heat stroke, which can become fatal if not treated immediately. Here, our Memphis vets explain signs, symptoms and remedies for dog heat stroke.
If something gets lodged in your dog or cat's mouth or throat and they start to choke, our Memphis emergency veterinarians following the following steps to help your pet.
Our Memphis veterinary dermatologist sheds some light on allergies in pets.
Our Memphis radiologist discusses the uses and benefits of a CT scanner in veterinary medicine.