Did you know your dog can tear their ACL just like their human friends? Read on to find out more from our Concord vets on how ACL injuries are treated in dogs.
On occasion, cats might experience urinary blockages, which, if untreated, could be life-threatening. In today's post, our Concord vets talk about what a perineal urethrostomy surgery is, how it can address urinary blockages, what to expect from PU surgery, and recovery for your cat.
Although surgery isn't always required to address intervertebral disc disease, it can be the best option for many dogs. IVDD affects a dog's ability to walk, and today our Concord vet team discusses more regarding surgery and other treatment options for dogs with IVDD.
If your dog or cat has a body temperature that seems higher than usual, they may have a fever. Our pets naturally have higher temperatures than us, so it's important to know when your cat or dog is running a fever. Our Concord veterinary team explains more in today's post.