Babesiosis, also referred to as Babesia infection, is a tick-borne disease that affects dogs across the U.S. Today, our Perry vets share the symptoms and effects of Canine Babesiosis and what the prognosis is for dogs diagnosed with this condition.
Your dog's kidneys help to filter toxins out of their blood in order to help keep them healthy and their organs functioning properly. But what happens when their kidneys aren't working as they should? Here, our Perry vets discuss kidney failure in dogs and what you should feed them to help manage their condition.
Cats can experience a number of conditions especially as they age. One of those conditions, hyperthyroidism, can be easily managed but can cause harm if left untreated. Here, our Perry vets talk about the signs and treatment of hyperthyroidism in cats.
If your dog is diagnosed with Cushing's disease they will need ongoing management of the condition in order to avoid complications that can lead to serious concerns or even death. In today's post, our veterinary team in Perry talks about the causes of Cushing's Disease in dogs and the potential complications if not properly medicated and managed.
Diagnostic imaging is an exceptional tool used to help us pinpoint the cause, extent, or seriousness of your pet's illness or injury. Depending on your pet's condition, the type of diagnostic imaging used will vary. Below, our Perry vets share a few diagnostic imaging tests that your vet may recommend to help diagnose or treat your dog such as CT scans and X rays.
If your dog experiences severe hip pain on a regular basis then your vet may recommend a treatment option such as hip replacement. What can you expect during this procedure and how should you care for your dog post-op? Our Perry vets discuss everything you need to know about total hip replacement surgery for dogs.
When your dog is bringing new puppies into the world it can be an exciting time, but what if your pup is in need of some help? In this post, our Perry vets share everything you need about c-sections for your dog and how you can help prepare them for this procedure.