While we are normally concerned with our dogs becoming overweight, as they become older senior dogs some canines start to lose weight. Here, Our Statesboro vets discuss weight loss in a senior dog and when you should be concerned.
There are a few different options for pet care if you are planning on going away such as hiring a pet sitter or using pet boarding services. There is also the chance that your pet may require veterinary care and consistent monitoring, in which case medical pet boarding is available. Today, our Statesboro vets discuss medical pet boarding, how it differs from others options and when you might need it.
Our Statesboro vets often see inner ear infections in dogs, particularly ones with adorable floppy ears. But there's good news, most bacterial ear infections in dogs are easy to treat when caught early. Here are some of the signs of a severe ear infection in dogs and what to do.
As your cat gets old, they will have ever-changing needs that you will have to meet in order to keep them healthy and comfortable. Today, our Statesboro geriatric pet vets offer some advice on how to care for your senior cat allowing them to live happily into their golden years.
Whether your feline friend is an indoor cat or outdoor adventurer, there is a myriad of ways that your cat could injure a leg or paw and wind up limping. But injuries aren't the only reason for cat limping. Here, our Statesboro vets share a few common reasons for limping in cats and what you should do.