Dilated cardiomyopathy (an enlarged heart) in a dog can have numerous potential causes and many severe side effects. Here, our PetVet Care Centers member vets list the causes of this serious condition, symptoms and treatment options.
Seeing your dog every day can mean that you fail to notice when your pup starts putting on weight, but carrying just a few extra pounds can affect your dog's health and longevity. Here our PetVet Care Centers member vets share some ways to tell if your dog may be overweight, and what you should do.
It may be difficult to notice your dog is experiencing joint pain unless you know what to look for. Here, our PetVet Care Centers member vets walk you through joint pain in dogs, including its types, causes and treatments.
One of the most common reasons that a dog takes a trip to our surgery department is for lameness or limping on one of their rear legs. While there are always other conditions or diseases to rule out, a torn CrCL (cranial cruciate ligament) is the most common cause. Here, our PetVet Care Centers member vets explain.
You can help to keep your pet healthy and happy by regularly attending routine wellness exams. These checkups allow your veterinarian to detect early symptoms of common conditions and monitor your pet's long term health. Here, our PetVet Care Centers member vets share info about what to expect when bringing your pet in for their wellness exam.
Anemia in dogs is a serious condition that can be caused by a number of underlying health issues. Here our PetVet Care Centers member vets explain the different types of anemia seen in dogs, as well as their symptoms of anemia and how it can be treated.
For dogs across the US tick borne diseases are a very real and serious health concern. Symptoms of these diseases can be painful and drain the energy right out of your pup. Below our PetVet Care Centers member vets share more about how tick borne illness could affect your dog.
We understand that a diagnosis of liver cancer for your dog is terrifying. Our PetVet Care Centers Veterinary Oncology Specialists use advanced diagnostics and treatments to provide the best possible care to our canine cancer patients.
Our veterinary teams understand how precious your pet is to you. We offer the quality of care you expect for your furry friends.