Watching your dog suffer from a seizure can be very scary. Our Springfield vets share below how to remain calm during your dog's seizure and what to do in this situation.
If your dog begins to appear off-balance, stagger or walk in circles it can be quite concerning. These are all symptoms that point to vestibular disease which can affect the brain and inner or middle ear of your dog. In today's blog, our vet neurologists in Springfield talk about the effects of vestibular disease in dogs as well as the causes and treatment options.
Miliary dermatitis is skin disease found only in cats. It leads to 'scabby' skin and discomfort. In this post, our Springfield vets discuss miliary dermatitis in cats, what causes it, and how it is treated.
There are many surgeries for dogs that require anesthesia in order to minimize pain and anxiety. However, if your dog has never gotten anesthesia before, you might be wondering what to expect of the process. Here, our Springfield vets discuss anesthesia in dogs and what owners can expect during their recovery.
If you're welcoming a new puppy into your family, you'll want to know how to care for them properly in their early life. Here, our Springfield vets discuss what you should know about raising a puppy and loose guide for that first year with your new friend.
Much like intensive care units for people, ICU for pets provides critically ill or injured dogs and cats with intensive - often life-saving - veterinary care. In today's post, our Springfield veterinary specialists discuss the role of pet ICUs and when a pet may require critical care.