It may be surprising, but it isn't always obvious when your pet needs urgent emergency care. Today, our Mechanicsburg vets share some of the signs that could indicate that it's time to head to the emergency animal hospital.
Has your pet been staggering, stumbling or falling over? One or more underlying medical issues may be the culprit, including injury, infection, poisoning or stroke. Our veterinarians in Mechanicsburg explain why you should take your pet to an animal hospital as soon as possible.
While panting is common for dogs, panting or heavy breathing in cats is rare. In fact, if your cat is breathing heavy it could be a sign of an underlying health concern. Here, our Mechanicsburg vets share a few of the reasons why cats may breathe heavy or pant, and when it's time to head to the vet.
If you think your dog has been stung by a bee it is important to monitor them for an allergic reaction, which would require immediate veterinary care. In most cases, dogs should begin to feel better within a few hours after a bee sting, and you can focus on making them more comfortable.
While ear infections tend to be relatively uncommon in cats when they do occur they can be an indication of an underlying issue that requires veterinary attention. In today's post, our Mechanicsburg vets explain some of the causes, symptoms and treatments for ear infections in cats.
Here, our Mechanicsburg vets define heatstroke in dogs and provide a list of symptoms that you should watch out for as the temperature rises. We also share recommendations on how to prevent heatstroke and what to do if you think that your dog is suffering from this serious condition.
Our Mechanicsburg vets often see cats suffering from uncomfortable symptoms related to bladder stones, but how do they develop and how can they be treated? Today we discuss bladder stones and how the symptoms of a bladder infection in cats can indicate that your kitty has bladder stones.