Because a dog's knee is weight-bearing at all times and they tend to spend a good chunk of time running around, orthopedic injuries can easily occur. Here, our Brooklyn vets discuss CCL injuries and how surgery can help to get dogs moving comfortably again.
Sometimes our feline friends can experience injury or trauma which can lead to secondary issues. One of these common conditions is ear hematomas or blood blisters. Here, our Brooklyn vets discuss aural hematomas in cats, why they need to be treated and how surgery can help treat them and prevent future occurrences.
So your dog's breath smells, what's the big deal? Well, smelly breath can be a sign that there is an underlying health concern that should be evaluated. Here, our Brooklyn vets talk about the causes of bad breath in dogs and what you should do if your pup has some seriously stinky breath.
Routine care such as checkups and vaccinations are great for keeping your pet healthy, but sometimes unexpected injuries and illness can occur. Here, our veterinarians in Brooklyn, talk about how to give your pet first aid and what steps you should take in an emergency.
Poor dental hygiene can affect cats in much the same way it does for us, leading to a number of serious oral health concerns. Here, our Brooklyn vets share some information about oral hygiene and how you can help care for your cat's dental health.
If your dog doesn't drink enough water it can seriously affect their health and if not resolved quickly, can lead to organ failure. Our Brooklyn vets share the signs of dehydration in dogs and the importance of ensuring that your dog has access to water at all times.
Regardless of age or breed, about 20% of cats will suffer from osteoarthritis in one or more joints in their lifetime. In this post, our Brooklyn vets explain arthritis in cats and discuss how making intentional dietary choices can help manage this condition.