Does Your Vet Think Your Dog Has A Liver Tumor? What To Expect

If your dog has been acting out of sorts lately and you take them to the veterinarian for tests, you may be surprised to learn that your dog might have a liver tumor. Through blood work and/or an x-ray, your vet may be able to discern the possibility of a liver tumor. The question you likely have is, "What now?" Get to know some of what you can expect when your veterinarian suspects your dog has a liver tumor. [Read More]

Caring for Your Cat's Oral Health Is about More Than Their Teeth

If you think that the only reason you need to take care of your cat's oral health is because of their teeth, you should think again. If you take good care of your cat's oral health, you may not need to worry about these problems. Read on to learn about how your kitty could be in for some seriously nasty health problems if their oral health isn't up to date. [Read More]

Surprising Signs That Your Cat Has Fleas

Fleas are a serious health risk for cats. Even indoor cats can get them, if fleas come in on people coming and going from the house. While most people expect to see fleas bouncing around or noticeable bites, there are often signs that come long before that which can be overlooked. Here are some signs that your cat may have fleas. Dirtiness Have you ever petted your cat and noticed that their fur feels kind of grimy, as though there's dust or dirt caught in the fur? [Read More]

How Vestibular Disease Affects Your Dog

Vestibular disease can seriously impact your dog's life. This condition is otherwise known as "old dog disease" because it often affects older dogs. However, dogs of any age can develop this condition. Here is more information about what vestibular disease does to your dog, its causes, and prognosis. What Is Vestibular Disease? Vestibular disease is a condition that affects your dog's balance. There are two general types of vestibular disease. One is peripheral and the other is central. [Read More]