Many factors could cause your dog to begin vomiting. Today, our Hermitage vets provide some information about vomiting in dogs, what to do if your dog begins vomiting, and how to induce vomiting in dogs if necessary.
The number of overweight dogs is on the rise and poses a serious health risk to our canine companions. If your pooch suddenly seems extra cuddly, they may be carrying a little extra weight. Our Hermitage vets explain how you can tell if your dog is overweight, and what you can do to reduce or prevent obesity.
heatstroke can be quite dangerous as a condition affecting dogs during the warmer months of the year. Here, our Hermitage vets define heatstroke in dogs and share recommendations on how to prevent heatstroke and what to do if you think that your dog is suffering from this serious condition.
Cats can be adventurous and inquisitive creatures who love exploring their environment and learning everything they can. In the course of these adventures, they may become injured or wounded though. Here, our Hermitage vets speak about the common causes of wounds in cats, how you can help to treat them and when it's time to bring your lovable kitty to the vet.
After your dog has undergone surgery, you will play a critical role in helping them to fully recover. Diligent post-operative care is very important to help your dog return to their normal routine as soon as possible. Here, our Hermitage vets share some tips with you about how to care for your dog after surgery.
Bringing your dog in for their annual routine wellness exam allows your vet to check up on their health, to check for the early signs of disease and offer preventive treatments that can help to protect your pet against possible life-threatening conditions. Here, our Hermitage vets explain the benefits of providing preventive care for dogs.
Osteoarthritis is a progressive, degenerative condition in dogs that becomes more severe over time. There's no cure for this painful condition, however, our Hermitage vets can provide treatments that may help manage symptoms and allow your dog to enjoy a good quality of life as they age.