If you discover a lump under your dog's skin it may be startling. It is good to know that not all lumps are possible cancer but rarely it may be. Our Orange vets discuss cancer in dogs and the possible types as well as the signs of cancer and possible diagnosis and treatment.
When you own a dog there are many things that you get with the dog such as lifelong love and companionship. Something else you may get with your companion is dog breath. Here, our Orange vets discuss the possible causes of your dog's bad breath and some possible ways to treat and prevent it.
Heartworm disease is a dangerous condition in cats and dogs that could lead to severe lung disease, heart failure, as well as cause damage to other organs and potentially death. Here, our Orange vets discuss the symptoms of heartworm disease and why prevention is essential.
Ticks are responsible for spreading a range of serious diseases that are dangerous to both pets and people. Today, our Orange vets talk about ticks including how they thrive, the signs you need to look for, and how you can protect your family and pets from these parasites.
Annual veterinary fecal exams are the best way you can keep your cat or dog and family members protected from intestinal parasites. Today, our Orange vets share how a fecal exam once a year for your pet can help your veterinarian detect intestinal parasites before more severe conditions develop.
Fleas are a very common external parasite, that has the ability to make your cat or dog miserable! If you don't have your pet's fleas treated quickly, they can cause infections as well as serious diseases. In this blog, our Orange vets share the early signs of fleas, and the steps you should take if your pet has them.