Dogs can suffer from allergies to many different things, it can be food-related or environmental. One common cause of allergies in dogs is mold. Today, our Cumberland Animal Hospital vets will explain mold allergies in dogs and how to treat them.
It can be concerning to find that your cat is not eating. You may wonder whether your cat needs to see an emergency vet. Our Cumberland Animal Hospital vets list some common reasons why cats may stop eating, and how to tell if your cat’s case is an emergency.
Much like people, cats can suffer from painful dental health issues due to injury or poor oral hygiene. But what exactly is good oral hygiene for cats and what sort of dental care do cats need? Our Lebanon vets explain how to clean your cat's mouth and keep their teeth healthy.
Dental health issues in dogs can be just as problematic as they are in people. If you've ever developed a cavity in one or more of your teeth, you know they can be uncomfortable. Dogs can develop cavities too and here, our Lebanon vets explain the causes, symptoms, and treatments of cavities in dogs.
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 Lebanon vets explain what you can expect if your dog is getting a tooth removed.
Periodontal disease can negatively impact your dog's overall health, but what is periodontal disease in dogs, and how can you prevent it? Today our Lebanon vets explain how you can help to keep your dog's mouth healthy.
Proper oral care is important for your cat. If their teeth are not cleaned regularly your cat can develop gum diseases like gingivitis. Our Cumberland Animal Hospital vets can provide information on gingivitis in cats, its signs, causes, and treatments.
When our Lebanon vets have the sad task of diagnosing cancer in a dog, the owner's first question is - how long can my dog live with cancer? Today our vets explain why that's such a difficult question to answer even with today's advanced diagnostics and treatments.
When it comes to cancer, some breeds of dogs face a higher risk of developing the disease than others. Among purebred dogs, certain breeds have predispositions for specific forms of cancer. Our Lebanon veterinary oncologist shares a few of the breeds with an increased risk of developing cancer.