The summer months can get very hot, putting your pet at risk for heatstroke. Today our Roswell vets talk about the signs and symptoms of heatstroke in cats and dogs and how you can help.
It is possible for any breed of dog to develop hip dysplasia, which is an unusual formation of one or both hips that can cause pain or discomfort during movement. Our veterinarians at Roswell provide valuable insights on the causes, symptoms, and treatment methods for hip dysplasia in dogs, including surgical options.
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 Roswell vets share some information about your kitty's gut health, how it can be managed and what the best probiotics are for cats.
Discover the benefits and risks of giving bones to your dog. Chewing bones can be a satisfying activity that alleviates boredom, anxiety, and stress while promoting dental hygiene. Nonetheless, it's important to be aware of the potential dangers. Our veterinarian at Roswell will shed light on this topic.
Cesarean sections, commonly referred to as C-sections, can be a life-saving measure in emergency cases when a dog is experiencing difficulties during labor. If you're unsure whether your dog requires a C-section, our veterinarians across Roswell have put together a guide on how to recognize the signs.
Cats are not frequently affected by poisoning, but it can occur. Our Roswell team is dedicated to assisting you in recognizing harmful substances in and around your home, as well as proving guidance on what steps to take if your feline friend has fallen victim to poisoning.
At Roswell, we empathize with the frustration and stress that often comes with taking your furry friend for a blood test. But rest assured, our veterinary team is here to put your mind at ease by providing clear and informative explanations about the blood testing process for dogs.
An ear hematoma also called an aural hematoma, is a blood-filled blister that can form on a dog's ear. Dogs with long and floppy ears, which are prone to infections, are more likely to get them. Our veterinarians at Roswell will provide more information on ear hematomas and their treatment.