Valley fever is a condition seen in people, dogs, cats and livestock throughout the Southwestern states but most especially in Arizona. Our Tucson vets explain the symptoms that could indicate that your pet has valley fever.
Is your cat staggering and losing their balance? The vets at our Tucson animal hospital know that witnessing the symptoms of Vestibular Disease in your cat be distressing for pet parents. Today we share the signs of this balance disorder and how vestibular disease in cats is treated.
Glaucoma is a painful eye condition that can affect our feline friends as well as humans and other animals. Glaucoma in cats can strike suddenly and quickly lead to blindness if left untreated. Our Tucson emergency vets explain more about the signs and treatments for cat glaucoma.
The moist outer layer on your cat's eye works to wash away dirt and debris. That said, if your cat's eyes have started to tear or water excessively it could be an early sign that there is a problem. Today our Tucson vets explain some of the reasons why your cat's eyes might water.
If your pet is scheduled for surgery it’s important to know how you will need to care for them as they recover, so they can return to their normal life as quickly as possible. Here are some tips from our Tucson vets about how to care for your pet after surgery.
Ear infections are relatively uncommon in cats but when they do occur they can be an indication of an underlying issue that requires veterinary attention. Here our Tucson vets explain some of the causes, symptoms and treatments for ear infections in cats.