Anemia in dogs is typically a symptom of a serious underlying health issue that requires urgent veterinary care. Here, our Seymour vets explain the different types of anemia we see in dogs, including causes, symptoms, and treatments.
Cat and dog wellness plans are 'packages' that include routine vet care services offered at a discounted rate. Today, our Seymour Veterinary Hospital team discusses the benefits of wellness plans, and some things to take into consideration.
Many common dog illnesses and symptoms can be cause for concern, or even fatal if left untreated. Our Seymour vets offer advice about health problems to watch for.
Teething can be a trying time for puppy owners. When puppies start teething, pain caused by teething often leads our four-legged babies to chew on things they shouldn't - including favorite shoes or accessible toes. Today, our Seymour vets share advice on how to help relieve your puppy's pain and survive this difficult stage.
Dental problems can cause a lot of pain for your cat and lead to other health problems. Today, our Seymour veterinary team explains how to recognize dental health issues in your cat, the most common dental diseases in cats, and how to prevent or treat these issues.
Congratulations on your new puppy! Today, our Seymour vets share a checklist of everything you need for your puppy's first veterinary appointment and what you can expect at this visit.
Thanks to advancements in veterinary care and medicine, pet nutrition and diet research and development, and accessibility to information for pet owners, our senior cats are able to live happier, longer lives. Today, our Seymour vets talk about what to expect as your cat ages and share tips for senior cat care.
While it may seem inconvenient to bring your dog to the vet regularly for vaccinations and booster shots, they help your pup stay healthy. Today, our Seymour vets talk about vaccine schedules for puppies and dogs and explain why it's important to vaccinate your pet.
Preventive care and routine wellness exams are key players in your cat's long-term good health. In this post, our Seymour vets explain why wellness exams are important for cats and how often you need to bring your kitty to the vet for preventive care and routine checkups.