The popularity of reality television has certainly expanded to include day-to-day life in some veterinary hospitals. While I am not debating the entertainment value of some of these programs, the medicine that is sometimes portrayed to the general
Some seemingly innocuous items can upset your pet.
Ask The Vet: There are two types of disc disease in dogs.
Symptoms of eye irritation, pain, or damage can include redness, cloudiness, squinting, and drainage.
Treatment has to be coupled with accurate diagnosis.
A common question posed every day to veterinarians is what age is appropriate to spay or neuter dogs and cats. Unfortunately what seems like a straight-forward question has a more complicated answer, which varies by breed, gender, and certain risk
Elevated blood calcium, or hypercalcemia, can be a challenging problem in dogs and cats that warrants investigation, regardless of the cause. People are familiar with calcium and its role in bone density, but it is also critical for the normal
Winter is fully upon us and the cold weather may mean that you and your pets spend less time outdoors, but it creates a new set of hazards that can hopefully be avoided. While it would seem intuitive that plunging temperatures are dangerous for
Ask The Vet: Gingivitis and periodontal diseases need early treatment to avoid painful tooth loss.
Dear Dr. Thompson, In 2014 I adopted a 3-year-old neutered male cat from the Toledo Humane Society. Marley is an indoor cat who only eats dry cat food. My problem is he likes to eat paper, including stamps and $20 bills. Is this something to worry