Anemia is a serious condition that is usually caused by an underlying condition that requires veterinary attention. Today our Oceanside vets discuss the causes, symptoms and treatments for anemia in dogs.
Rabies is a disease that is not only one of those most easily contracted but also one of the deadliest among animals in the United States. In this post, our Oceanside vets discuss the implications of rabies in cats, dogs and other animals and how pet vaccinations can help protect your cat.
While your dog's vet will do everything that they can in order to address dental concerns in a non-invasive way, there might be situations where there is no way to save the tooth. Here, our Oceanside vets discuss tooth extractions in dogs, what to expect after the procedure and the importance of routine dental care.
Dental concerns can have a painful effect on our beloved pets, especially if the issue isn't cared for quickly. One of these common issues in dogs is cavities. Here, our Oceanside animal dentists discuss veterinary dentistry involving cavities in dogs and when you should bring them in for pet dental care.
Watching your dog experience any injury can be scary, it can be especially so for injuries to the head and face, such as jaw injuries. Today, our Oceanside vets talk about the typical causes of broken jaws in dogs and what kind of treatment may be necessary to help them heal properly.
Your cat needs their mouth and teeth for many areas of their life, not just eating. So if they are experiencing any discomfort then it can greatly affect their overall quality of life. Today our Oceanside dentists discuss cat dental care and why it is important to stay focused on your cat's dental health.
Your dog uses their mouth for most things in their life, eating, playing, cleaning and vocalizing. If they are experiencing tooth pain it can affect their overall health and quality of life. In today's post, our Oceanside vets discuss how to spot symptoms of dental disease and other problems in dogs.
We all know that while our dogs can usually be on their best behavior, there will be times that they get bored or just plain rebellious and chew on things that they shouldn't. Unfortunately, the items that they choose to eat may include batteries which can be toxic to dogs. Our Oceanside vets talk about what happens if your dog ate a battery and what steps you should take if you see them eat one.