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.
Although not a condition that dog owners are likely to think about, pneumonia can affect dogs just like people. Pneumonia can be serious in dogs, but luckily treatment is available and most dogs recover well. Today our Concord vets explain some of the signs and symptoms of pneumonia in dogs, and how this condition is treated.
Thinking about adding another dog to your household? There are some things to take into consideration before moving ahead, and today our knowledgable Concord veterinarians share some tips to keep in mind.
More and more dogs are being classified as obese, and this can pose a serious health risk to our canine companions. If your pup is getting a little plump it may seem adorable, but too much weight can have unwelcome consequences for dogs. Learn more from our Four Corners Veterinary Hospital vets today!
A Fear Free certification involves a series of training protocols that veterinarians, trainers, and pet owners can employ to reduce fear, stress, and anxiety in pets. Four Corners Veterinary Hospital is proud to be a fully Fear Free certified animal hospital.
Tooth decay and periodontal disease can become just as problematic for our pets as they are for us. This is why taking care of your pet's teeth is an incredibly important aspect of caring for your companion's overall health. Here, our Concord vets discuss the issues that can arise, and how to effectively keep their teeth clean.