Although urinary tract infections are far less common in cats than in dogs, our Cordova vets often see a number of other feline urinary tract diseases in cats. Today we share more about UTIs and other urinary tract conditions in cats.
Although ear infections are less common in cats than in dogs when they do occur they can be an indication of a serious underlying health condition. Today our Cordova vets explain some of the causes, symptoms and treatments for outer, middle and inner ear infections in cats.
Our Cordova vets see a lot of dogs suffering from ear infections, particularly in the hot and humid summer months. The good news is that when treated early most dog ear infections are easy to treat. Here are some of the signs of ear infections in dogs that pet parents should watch for.
Obesity in dogs is on the rise and having a negative impact on the overall health of our canine companions. In today's post, our Cordova vets share some signs that your dog may be overweight, and what you can do to help get your pup's weight back to a healthier level.
Infectious and acute canine hepatitis can result in some very serious, or even life-threatening symptoms for your dog. In today's post our Cordova vets explain the symptoms of hepatitis in dogs as well as causes, treatments and prevention.
Anemia in dogs is typically a symptom of a serious health issue that requires urgent veterinary care. Today, our Cordova vets explain the different types of anemia we see in dogs, as well as what causes them, the various symptoms, and treatments that are available to help your pup to feel better.
Tularemia (‘Rabbit Fever’) is a bacterial disease which is usually mild in healthy dogs but can prove deadly for pets that are immune compromised. Here's more from our Cordova vets on the symptoms of Tularemia in dogs, how it is spread, and how it can be treated.