Horses can develop back pain just like we do. It can be very painful and affect its overall well-being. Today, our Northwest Veterinary Clinic of Mount Vernon vets will provide information on back pain, its symptoms, and treatment and prevention options.
Most of us know that chocolate is toxic to dogs, but did you know that cats can't have chocolate either? There are lots of tasty foods that we love that our feline friends simply can't eat (even if they beg)! Today, our Mount Vernon vets discuss chocolate toxicity in cats and what to do if your kitty gets into your chocolate stash.
Gum disease and tooth decay are as problematic for dogs as they are for people. That's why caring for your dog's teeth is an important element of caring for your dog's overall health. Today our Mount Vernon vets share some tips on how to keep your puppy's teeth clean and their mouth healthy.
Proper oral care is important for your cat. If their teeth are not cleaned regularly your cat can develop gum diseases like gingivitis. Our Northwest Veterinary Clinic of Mount Vernon vets can provide information on gingivitis in cats, its signs, causes, and treatments.
There are no specific symptoms that point to gastric ulcers that may encourage and ultimately cause ulcers. This doesn’t make it easy for animal owners, who must balance prevention against their horses’ daily routine. Today our Mount Vernon vets explain gastric ulcers and what to look out for in your horse.
When your equine starts to act differently, you may be concerned something serious is going on. Equine colic is common in horses and is treatable if you know what to look for. Today our Mount Vernon vets will explain equine colic, its causes, and how to prevent and treat it.