With spring in the air, pet owners should be aware of potential seasonal hazards. While you enjoy the longer, warmer days, keep these tips in mind!
Potential Household Toxins for Pets
Many common household items are poisonous to pets, including some that can even be fatal. No matter how close of an eye we keep on our furry friends, they can still have a tendency to be a bit mischievous.
How DoveLewis Pain Management Made a Difference for Oskar
Oskar first started visiting Pain Management with Dr. Earl in February of 2021 after receiving surgery in 2020 to hopefully repair a slipped disc in his neck. Unfortunately, Oskar’s spine did not respond well to surgery.
What are the Signs of Congestive Heart Failure in a Dog?
Every pet owner is concerned about something happening to their canine family member. When it comes to Congestive Heart Failure, early detection can make a big difference. For some dogs early detection is possible.
Can Dogs and Cats have Heart Attacks?
Although it is possible, it is extremely rare for most animals to have a heart attack. For humans, a heart attack occurs when a blood vessel that flows to the heart gets blocked.
Echocardiograms for Dogs and Cats
What is an Echocardiogram? Typically performed by a veterinary cardiologist, an echocardiogram is a diagnostic tool for looking closely at the heart.
Heart Murmurs in Dogs : What You Need to Know
A heart murmur is an abnormal sound that a veterinarian hears when listening to a pet's heart with a stethoscope. Normally, an animal's sounds just like a human heart.