It’s always difficult to see our dogs in pain or discomfort. Thankfully, there are plenty of great medications available for dogs who are dealing with pain, and one of these types of medications is non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).
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Cancer is a scary concept, whether it’s affecting people or animals. There are several treatment options to consider if your dog is suspected to have, or has been diagnosed with, osteosarcoma. Understanding your dog’s specific needs and risks starts through… Read More
Bulldogs, pugs, and Boston terriers can make excellent companions, but the signature “squished” appearance of these brachycephalic breeds can come with some serious health complications. “Brachycephalic syndrome” is the term given to the collection of structural airway defects that… Read More
Any medical procedure can be stressful for your companion, but some surgeries require strict rest and immobilization after the fact. Your veterinary care team may recommend crating your dog after veterinary surgery to ensure a peaceful recovery and avoid further… Read More
Whether your veterinary care professionals have recommended TPLO, TTA, or ECLS for your companion’s knee problems, you are likely drowning in definitions and acronyms related to your canine’s care. Navigating the world of CCL rupture can be overwhelming, but this… Read More
English bulldogs (and some other breeds, to a lesser degree) can be prone to a condition called “screw tail.” This condition is the result of an abnormally-shaped tail, often resembling a corkscrew. For companions with screw tail, skin infections and… Read More
Brachycephalic breeds such as pugs and French bulldogs can make excellent companions, but their signature “squished face” look can lead to a few serious medical complications. Some canines experience significant breathing problems due to the shape of their airways and… Read More