While you may be concerned about any potential reaction that your pup may experience with the vaccine, you can rest assured that the risk is minimal compared to what the outcome could be if they had no protection against diseases at all. Today our Stockton vets discuss common vaccine reactions in dogs and everything you need to know about preventing and managing reactions.
If your cat is experiencing any form of dental health care issue they may also be suffering from a variety of symptoms and could be finding it difficult to eat. Today, our Stockton vets discuss cat dental care and everything you need to know about taking care of your cat's teeth.
We know that it can be tempting to skip vaccinations for indoor cats, but there are many reasons why you should still have your cat vaccinated even if they stay inside. Our Stockton vets share some reasons why your indoor cat needs their vaccines and when you should have them done.
As our feline friends begin to age there are a number of common conditions that may affect them. One of these conditions is Hyperthyroidism. Our vets in Stockton talk about what hyperthyroidism in cats is as well as the symptoms and how it can be treated.
Periodontal disease can have a negative impact on the overall health of your canine companion if not treated quickly. Here, our Stockton dog dentists discuss veterinary dentistry and dog dental care as well as how to spot the signs of periodontal disease in dogs.
While cats are unlikely to develop ear infections, they can be caused by some serious underlying health conditions and having them treated as soon as possible is important. Today, our Stockton vets explain the causes, symptoms and treatments for ear infections in cats.