Cuts on your dog's paw can be serious. If your dog has a cut on its paw, it could be uncomfortable, or even painful and affect the way they walk or run. Here, our vets in Walnut Creek discuss what to do for your dog's paws and how we can help.
It can be frightening to see your cat breathing quickly, especially if you don't know if it is considered an emergency or not. In this post, our Walnut Creek vets explain the causes of fast and rapid breathing in cats and when you should call a vet.
Tooth resorption is a painful condition that affects approximately 40% of adult cats, and since many cat owners don't know how to recognize it, this condition often goes untreated. Today, our Walnut Creek vets share the symptoms of Tooth resorption in cats and how it is treated.
Dental problems can cause your cat significant discomfort, and lead to other health concerns. Today, our Walnut Creek veterinary team explains how to spot dental health problems, what the most common dental diseases are in cats, and how these issues can be prevented or treated.
It can be hard for pet owners when their puppies start teething. The pain our canine companions feel when teething can compel them to chew on everything they see. Today, our Walnut Creek vets talk about puppy teething and share some ways you and your pup can endure this trying stage.
If your dog has periodontal disease both, their oral and overall health is being negativly impacted. Here, our Walnut Creek vets discuss what periodontal disease in dogs is, how you can prevent it, and share tips for keeping your pup's mouth healthy.