Jamie Edwards

Knowing When A Dog’s Leg Injury Needs Emergency Veterinary Care

24 February 2020
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Some dogs are particularly prone to leg injuries of various sorts, whether it's the leg itself or the hip. If you have a dog like this, you're probably accustomed to seeing a cycle with these injuries where your dog favors the leg for a few days and bounces back. However, it's important that you remember that leg injuries can potentially be very serious and necessitate emergency veterinary care. Here are some warning signs that you might need to take your dog to an emergency animal hospital right away. Read More …

How To Handle Seizures In Your Dog

19 February 2020
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When your dog has a seizure, it can be a scary thing. If your dog has never had one in the past, you may not understand what it going on. You may notice your dog acting differently just before a seizure and immediately afterward, and the seizure can look different each and every time depending on the severity. Read on for tips for how to handle a seizure if your dog has one. Read More …

Three Reasons Why Your Cat Needs Dental Care

12 February 2020
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Cats, like all pets, need dental care on a regular basis in order to ensure that they have good dental health. However, many pet parents often think that cats can get by without it. Unfortunately, this is far from the case. Even if you brush your cat's teeth at home, they still need dental check-ups and cleanings on a regular basis. This is why. Dental Problems Hurt The first thing to realize is that if your cat has a dental problem right now, they may not show any sign of it. Read More …

Are Your Cat’s Failing Kidneys Threatening Their Vision?

7 February 2020
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When a cat is diagnosed with kidney disease, that's genuinely bad enough on its own. Kidney disease is ultimately fatal in cats, as there's no known cure, so it may seem like this is as bad as it can get. Unfortunately, things can get worse from there if you're not careful. While cats with kidney disease can live relatively long and enjoyable lives, they can only do so with your help. Read More …