If you ever notice that your dog's gum has a blushing or purplish tint, it might indicate a condition called cyanosis. In this blog, our vets from Fort Pierce will discuss what causes skin discoloration in dogs and how it can be treated.
Your pet has been scheduled for an endoscopic examination. The goal of this procedure is to assist your veterinarian in making a diagnosis of the disease causing your pet's clinical signs of vomiting, diarrhea, weight loss, abdominal pain or swelling, or loss of appetite. Today, our vets go into more detail on endoscopies.
Our veterinarians in Fort Pierce understand the concern and worry that arises when you notice your beloved furry friend's face swelling. In this article, our vets aim to shed light on the various factors that can contribute to facial swelling in dogs, along with the potential treatment options that your vets may suggest.
Discover a surprising fact: ticks can transmit numerous diseases to your precious pet, putting them at risk of severe sickness or even death. In this article, our team of vets at Fort Pierce delve into tick-borne illnesses affecting dogs, highlighting symptoms, and presenting preventive measures and treatment options.