Diarrhea is probably one of the symptoms that causes dog owners the most stress. This is why our Stockton vets are discussing the causes of diarrhea in dogs, the way you can treat it, and when you should seek veterinary help.
Did you know that there are many common household and garden plants that are toxic to dogs? In this blog, our emergency vets in Stockton, share information on the most common and poisonous plants for dogs, the symptoms they can cause, and the treatments available.
Many cat owners believe that their kitty's extra pounds make them even cuter and cuddlier although, they don't realize the negative effects those extra pounds could have on their cat's health. Because of this, our veterinarians in Stockton are sharing the reasons why your cat might be overweight, the problems extra pounds can cause, and the ways you can help.
Itching, scratching, and licking can not only be annoying, they are signs your dog has a skin condition known as dermatitis. Let out Stockton veterinary find out what might be causing these skin problems and how to treat them.
When cats have an oral health problem it can cause them a significant amount of pain (just like humans). Dental problems could even keep your kitty from eating. In today's blog, our Stockton vets discuss the importance of dental hygiene for cats and how you can brush your cat's teeth at home.
If you live in a hot climate or enjoy being outside in the summer with your pup, you have to know the signs of heatstroke in dogs. Heatstroke is an emergency and today our Stockton vets discuss the symptoms of heatstroke in dogs and how you can prevent this possibly deadly condition.
If your cat is suddenly not eating, it can be hard to understand why or when to take them to a vet. In this blog our Stockton vets explain some of the reasons why your cat won't eat and how to tell if they are just being stubborn or if it's an emergency situation.
Heartworm disease is a serious condition that can result in heart failure, severe lung disease, damage to other organs and even death for pets in Stockton. The disease is typically found in cats, dogs and ferrets. Here, our vets explain why prevention is key.
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