If your dog is suffering from severe hip pain, your vet may recommend a total hip replacement to help restore your pup's mobility. So how does hip replacement in dogs work? What is the recovery like? And is your dog a good candidate for hip replacement surgery? Our Seymour vets answer these questions and more.
Occasionally cats may experience the symptoms of a urinary blockage. These blockages can be life-threatening if not treated immediately and a perineal urethrostomy may be suggested. In today's post, our Seymour vets talk about what perineal urethrostomy surgery is and what to expect from PU surgery and recovery for your cat.
The dog's cranial cruciate ligament (CCL) is frequently referred to as the dog's ACL or 'cruciate'. This connective tissue joins the upper and lower leg bones at the dog's knee and may become injured. Today, our Seymour vets explain the three main ACL surgeries for dogs.
Whipworms are a common parasite that makes a home in the large intestine and cecum of dogs, causing irritation and leading to a host of uncomfortable symptoms. Today, our Seymour vets explain more about whipworms in dogs including symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention.
Dental problems in cats can be very painful. As many as 85 percent of cats over the age of three have some form of dental disease, and Gingivitis is the beginning stage of periodontal disease. With sufficient care, this stage is reversible, and our Seymour vets will help you get there.
If you have suddenly found yourself in possession of an adorable ball of feline fluff with no idea how old it is and need a rough idea of age and how to take care of it, this post is for you. This post is to help readers understand the milestones that a kitten hits in the first 8 weeks of life.