Some dogs can contract a parasitic infection known as giardiasis. This can cause symptoms affecting the gastrointestinal system in dogs. Our Clinton Township vets discuss giardia in dogs, what the symptoms are, and how to protect your pup from the uncomfortable and potentially serious effects of this infection.
While out and about in the world, dogs can pick up a number of conditions including some more serious diseases such as leptospirosis. Here, our Clinton Township vets share some of the common ways that a dog can pick up the bacteria responsible for leptospirosis, the symptoms and how you can help protect your canine companion.
Some cats will experience issues affecting their urinary tract at some point in their life. These are more likely in older cats but can affect cats of all ages and breeds. Here, our Clinton Township vets share some information about cat urinary tract infections and how they can be treated.
Vomiting, as gross as it is, indicates that there is something not quite right going on inside your pup. Here, our Clinton Township vets talk about vomiting in dogs and how internal medicine can help to determine the underlying cause so we can help get your pooch feeling better again.
One of the most common urinary tract conditions that dogs can experience is bladder infections. While they can be very uncomfortable for your furry friend, there are treatment options to help them feel better quickly. Today, our Clinton Township vets share some of the symptoms of bladder infections in dogs and how this condition can be treated to help make your pup comfortable again.
Ear mites are a type of parasite that can cause severe discomfort for your feline friend. Here, our Clinton Township vets share some information about ear mites and talk about the symptoms that your cat may experience as well as how to treat these pests.
Parainfluenza or CPIV (canine parainfluenza virus) is a common cause of respiratory conditions in dogs around the U.S. as well as the rest of the world. Today, our Clinton Township vets share the symptoms of this illness, how parainfluenza affects dogs and how it can be prevented.
Parvo is an easily transmitted disease as it can be spread from asymptomatic dogs through contaminated bowls and toys and in some dogs, it can be life-threatening. Below, our Clinton Township vets talk about the dangers of parvovirus in dogs, along with the symptoms, treatment and how it can be prevented.