Spotting Animal Health Issues Early

« Back to Home

How To Prepare Your Cat For A Medical Emergency

Posted on

Cats are agile and graceful animals that can make impressive jumps. Unfortunately, this animal can miss a jump and break a bone. A medical emergency often occurs suddenly and without warning. Read on to find out how to prepare your cat to go to an emergency vet. Contact Your 24 Hour Animal Hospital You should assess the scene for any immediate threats. After determining the danger is over, it helps to call the veterinarian hospital. Read More»

Understanding And Treating Tick Paralysis

Posted on

From feeding and grooming to training and exercising, caring for your dog can be overwhelming at times. Unfortunately, you may not be placing enough importance on controlling ticks. These small insects can wreak havoc on your dog’s physical and emotional well-being, causing discomfort and increasing the risk of serious disease. Tick paralysis is a common disease that occurs after certain species of ticks release neurotoxins into the bloodstream after being attached to your dog for 5 to 7 days; this guide will educate you on the signs and treatment options for tick paralysis, so your dog can receive the help it needs. Read More»

Three Things You Can Do To Protect Your Cat's Kidneys

Posted on

Kidney disease is a major problem for cats all over the world, affecting up to three out of every ten older cats. While there’s no known cure for kidney disease once it’s developed, there are some things you can do to help protect your cat. While some cats develop kidney disease for no apparent reason, many also do so due to damage to their kidneys, whether it’s over the long or short-term. Read More»