Colitis in dogs is a form of colon inflammation. It’s often a symptom of an underlying condition, so treatment is geared towards treating that condition rather than the colitis itself. In many cases, dogs with colitis develop chronic diarrhea. How do you recognize when your dog may have colitis versus a simple upset stomach?
What do arthritis, a snakebite, a hot spot, and a surgical incision site all have in common? The bad news is that they are all painful situations for your furry companion to have to go through. The good news is that they can all be treated with something you may
There is so much that goes into owning a pet – from the tiniest kitten to the biggest dog, and annual animal checkups are an essential part of keeping your pet healthy and happy. Let your vet help you provide the best care for each one of your fur-babies! Know what questions you’ll need to answer,
Acupuncture is an ancient healing art that only more recently has found its way into veterinary medicine. More and more vets are finding that pet acupuncture and other forms of holistic medicine can provide relief in a number of situations. In fact, a growing number of pet owners are turning to acupuncture to help provide