Dogs want to run, jump and race around outside but health issues affecting their bones, joints, tendons, or ligaments can stop these activities from being fun and instead make them painful. Here, our Zeeland vets outline four of the most common of these orthopedic health issues in dogs, what breeds most commonly develop them and how they can be treated.
If your cat is feeling unwell they will show subtle changes in behavior and energy level. It's important to monitor your cat's health. Our Zeeland vets give some signs and symptoms to watch for which can indicate that your cat is sick.
Heartworm disease in dogs is a serious, often fatal condition that can result in severe lung disease, heart failure, organ damage and more. Preventing heartworm disease is easier on your pet and on your wallet than treating the advanced disease. Our Zeeland vets explain more.
For the most part, dogs are at very low risk of having a reaction to a vaccine. Vaccines offer your dog protection from a number of very serious conditions that can be both difficult and expensive to treat, but occasionally our canine friends have an adverse reaction. Our Zeeland vets share more about vaccine reactions in dogs.
Dental problems can cause your feline friend a lot of pain, in addition to potentially leading to other health issues. Today, our Zeeland veterinary team explains how to spot dental health problems in your cat, what the most common dental diseases are in cats, and how these issues can be prevented or treated.
If your cat or kitten has puffy, watery eyes and blinks excessively they might have conjunctivitis (pink eye). This condition affects your feline friend's eyesight and could be contagious! Knowing the causes, signs and symptoms of conjunctivitis is important, and our Zeeland veterinarians share more in today's post.