Dogs drool 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 San Gabriel vets discuss drooling in dogs and when you should be concerned.
As most cat parents know, our feline friends enjoy getting up close and personal. This is especially true first thing in the morning, and there's nothing quite like waking up to stinky cat breath. Most of the time this condition can be linked to dental concerns but that is not always the case. Our San Gabriel vets talk about some of the reasons your cat may have bad breath and what you can do to help treat this smelly condition.
In some situations when your dog's tooth is broken or decayed beyond repair, an extraction will be necessary to stop the infection and allow your dog's mouth to heal. Here, our San Gabriel vets explain what you can expect if your dog is getting a tooth removed.
Rabies is a highly contagious and very deadly virus that can affect both people and their pets, thankfully, it is preventable with the help of vaccinations. Our San Gabriel vets are here to discuss the symptoms of rabies and how to prevent it from infecting your dog.
Valley Fever is most common in California, Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and Texas. It is a fungal infection that primarily affects the lungs and can lead to symptoms such as swollen joints, lameness, a severe cough, and ulcers. If caught late, it can be fatal. Today, our San Gabriel vets share symptoms of Valley Fever and how to prevent your dog from getting it.