Emergency c-sections can be performed if a dog is showing signs of a distressing labor, but in some cases, an elective c-section may be recommended if your pooch faces an increased risk of complications. Today our Kittrell vets look at how to tell if your dog needs a c-section.
Antifreeze poisoning is one of the most common forms of poisoning in dogs due to the fact that it is a common household item. Here, our Kittrell vets explain why you need to get the vet right away if you think your dog has ingested antifreeze, and how to help prevent if from ever happening.
Not every cut your pet gets will require veterinary treatment, so you should know the difference between when you should care for your dog or cat's wounds and when you should head to the vet. Here our Kittrell vets provide tips on how to administer first aid to your pet at home.
Diagnostic imaging tools used by our Kittrell vets help us identify the cause, extent, or severity of your pet's illness or injury. Depending on your pet's condition, the type of diagnostic imaging used will differ. Below are a few of the tests that your vet may recommend to help diagnose or treat your dog or cat.
Seizures in dogs are not uncommon but not all seizures are the same. There are many different types of seizures your dog can experience, and each seizure your dog has could differ by type, severity, and length. Today our Kittrell vets explain more about the types of seizures seen in dogs.
A cat will sometimes need to have a tooth extracted to alleviate pain and allow your feline friend's mouth to heal. Today our Kittrell vets give the low down on cat tooth removal.