Ehrlichiosis is a serious tick borne disease seen in dogs throughout the Southeastern and Southwestern United States. In today's post our Tucson vets explain the symptoms, treatment and prognosis for dogs with ehrlichiosis.
The sun is out and the weather is warm, what a great time to be outside especially to enjoy some delicious BBQ! What makes it more fun is having your beloved cat or dog out in the yard for the fun as well. Our Tucson vets are here to talk to you about the bbq foods you can feed your pet and how you can keep your cat or dog safe around the grill.
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.
A rattlesnake bite should always be considered a veterinary emergency. Today our Tucson vets share some facts about rattlesnake bites in dogs, and cautionary measures you can take to help protect your pooch.