Constipation can make your cat feel restless and uncomfortable, on top of it being a serious health concern. Today, our Visalia vets talk about the signs of constipation in cats, its causes, and how it can be treated.
Has your cat's purr turned into a cough? If so, it means they may have something irritating their lungs, throat, or airways. A few of the potential causes can be easy to treat, whereas others are more serious. Today, our Visalia vets discuss the possible causes of coughing in cats.
The majority of dogs will chew on almost anything from bones and toys to shoes and furniture. Here, our Visalia vets share what you should do in an emergency when something gets stuck in your dog's throat or mouth and they start to choke.
When dogs become too hot they often pant to cool down however, this behavior isn't that common in cats and could be a sign of an underlying health problem. Today, our Visalia vets discuss the possible causes of your cat's panting or heavy breathing and when you should take them to an emergency vet.
Even though urinary tract infections (UTIs) aren't as common in cats as they are in dogs, older cats can still develop a range of other issues in their urinary tract with similar symptoms. Here, our Visalia vets discuss urinary tract infections and other diseases cats can develop as well as their causes, symptoms, and the treatments available.
Has your dog been bitten by another dog? Even if it looks minor, bacteria can still grow in the wound and cause infections. In this blog, our Visalia vets discuss the steps you should take if your dog has been bitten by another dog.
Did you know that constipation is one of the most common digestive problems in dogs? It doesn't matter what age, breed, size, or lifestyle your dog is, they can get constipated. Today, our Visalia vets discuss the common reasons why your dog could be constipated and what you should do.
Like people, cats can catch colds and develop some of the same symptoms including a runny nose and sneezing. Today, our Visalia vets discuss cat colds including how our kitties can catch them and when you should take your feline friend to see the vet.
Concerned because your cat has stopped eating? Pet owners aren't psychic, and it can feel like guesswork determining whether or not strange behavior constitutes an emergency, thankfully, we're here to help. In this post, our Visalia emergency vets offer up the most common reasons why a cat would stop eating, and signs that would indicate your cat's case is an emergency situation.