Cats need vaccinations to help them stay healthy throughout their lives. In this blog, our Oklahoma City vets explain why vaccinations are important for our feline friends and talk about the cat and kitten vaccination schedule.
Ringworm is a fungus that is similar to athlete's foot, contrary to popular belief. It produces spores, which are infective seeds that are extremely resilient and difficult to eradicate from the environment. Ringworm can infect the skin of any animal, including dogs. Our Oklahoma City veterinarians discuss ringworm in dogs and how to recognize it.
Similar to humans, dogs can suffer from asthma attacks ranging from mild to severe. Today, our Oklahoma City vets describe signs and symptoms of asthma in dogs, what to do if your dog has an attack, and how we can treat it.
Vets across the country are seeing increasing numbers of dogs suffering from diabetes. With this condition in the rise, knowing the symptoms of diabetes can help pet owners to get their pooch the care they need quickly. Here, our Oklahoma City vets explain more about dog diabetes, its symptoms and its treatment options.
Veterinary diagnostic tests are an exceptional tool used by our Oklahoma City veterinarians to help us pinpoint the cause, extent, or seriousness of your pet's illness or injury. Depending on your pet's condition, the type of pet diagnostic test used will vary. Below are a few of the tests that your vet may recommend to help diagnose or treat your dog or cat.
Figuring out how to get a scared or anxious cat or dog to the vet can be challenging. Cats clawing and scratching when you're trying to put them in their carriers, dogs whining in the car, and dogs yelping and whining in the waiting room are just some of the stressors. Today, our vets in Oklahoma City share tips for how to get anxious dogs and cats to the vet.