Skin allergies in dogs can make for itchy, uncomfortable, and irritable dogs. Our The Regional Veterinary Referral Center vets provide insight into how allergic reactions can manifest - and what to do if you notice itching, redness, or other symptoms.
It's normal for cats to breathe fast if they are anxious, overheated, or exerting themselves playing, but if your cat is breathing rapidly while resting it could be a sign of an underlying health condition. In today's post, our vets share some causes of fast breathing in cats and when you should be concerned.
Although panting during a warm day or while playing fetch is normal for dogs, excessive panting at night can be cause for concern. Besides causing sleepless nights for you and your dog, nighttime panting can be an indication that something is amiss. Today, our Springfield vets discuss signs, treatments, and when to go to the vet.
While injuries are fairly common among dogs and most will be small and manageable, there might be times when your dog will require a bit of extra care. Here, our Springfield vets share some advice for dog wound care while at home when you should consider seeing a vet and how to speed up recovery.
Obesity in dogs is on the rise and poses a serious health risk to our canine companions. If your pooch seems extra cuddly it may be carrying a little too much weight. Today our Springfield vets explain how you can tell if your dog might be overweight, and what you should do.
Of all the digestive problems dogs can develop constipation is one of the most common. While you might not think it is serious, constipation could be life-threatening depending on what's causing it. Here, our Springfield vets discuss the causes of constipation in dogs and how you can help your pup.
Most dogs will nibble on grass now and again, but some dogs seem to munch on grass relentlessly. So, why do dogs eat grass, and should you be concerned? Our Springfield vets share some reasons why dogs might eat grass and what you should do.