Drooling is a normal part of life for some breeds of dog, but what do you do if there's a lot of slobber on your pet's face? Is it cause for concern? Today, our Sharpsburg vets discuss what causes drooling in dogs and when you should be concerned.
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Just like with humans, the bacteria in your cat's gut can become disrupted which can lead to a number of uncomfortable symptoms and conditions. Here, our Sharpsburg vets share some information about your kitty's gut health, how it can be managed, and what the best probiotics are for cats.
As your dog ages, there are a number of things to keep in mind when it comes to the health and well-being of a senior pooch. Here, our Sharpsburg vets explain senior dogs, their needs and what you can do to help your canine companion stay healthy and happy throughout their golden years.
If your dog has a chewing and eating habit, you may be concerned about intestinal blockages. Our Sharpsburg veterinarians see this serious condition a lot. If left untreated, it can result in debilitating health problems and, in some cases, requires major surgery to save your dog's life.
At our Sharpsburg veterinary hospital, our team of specialists and vets know that it can be surprising, or even scary, when your dog develops diarrhea, especially when it contains blood. Here, we explain some of the causes of diarrhea in dogs, when you should seek professional help and what treatments and tests may be provided.