While the severity of your dog's seizures can range from mild and virtually undetectable to more severe, the type of seizures your dog can experience also differs. In today's blog our PetVet Care Centers' vets explain the different types of seizures in dogs.
Rather than a disease, anemia in dogs is a symptom related to a number of possible underlying conditions. Today our PetVet Care Center vets share more about the causes, symptoms and treatments for anemia in dogs.
Intervertebral disc disease is a painful, age-related degenerative condition seen in some dog breeds more than others. Our PVCC vets define the disease and explain symptoms, causes and treatment.
Dehydration is a common emergency seen by our vets. Dehydration happens when your dog's body loses more water and electrolytes than they are taking in, subsequently causing severe issues with their internal organs, body temperature, joints, and digestion.
Tularemia or 'Rabbit Fever' is a bacterial disease that is typically mild in healthy dogs, but can be deadly for pets that are immune compromised. Today our vets share a few facts about tularemia.
There are a number of reasons that your dog may have a seizure. Our vets share some of the reasons that dogs have seizures, and what you should do if your dog has a seizure.
Knowing when your pet is in need of emergency care isn't always obvious. Here, our vets share some of the signs that indicate a trip to the Emergency Vet is necessary.
Itching, scratching, and licking are signs your dog has a condition known as dermatitis. Find out what might be causing the skin problems, and how you can help treat them.