What are artery inflammation, juvenile polyarteritis and beagle pain syndrome in dogs? What are signs and symptoms of the condition and how can it be treated? Our Long Island veterinary specialists explain.
Healthy Pet Tips
Our veterinary specialists on Long Island share valuable tips, advice and information on our blog about how to keep your pets healthy and happy.
When your pet has cancer things get tough and owners don't think like normal. Here, our Long Islandvets discuss some of the things not to do when your cat or dog is battling cancer.
If your dog keeps losing their balance on non-slippery surfaces, it may be the result of a variety of medical issues, including injury, stroke, poisoning, or an infection. Here, our Long Island Vets explain why you should get to a veterinary hospital right away.
If your cat is experiencing recurrent seizures, your vet may diagnose your cat with epilepsy. Our veterinary neurologists at Atlantic Coast New York Veterinary Specialists in Long Island will explain what epilepsy in cats is and what the symptom and treatments are.
Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy in cats is an extremely serious heart condition caused by an abnormal thickening of the left ventricle, resulting in a number of life-threatening symptoms. Today our Long Island emergency vets explain more about HC in cats and how it is treated.
If your dog seems to chew on and eat just about everything in sight, you could be concerned about intestinal blockages. Our Long Island vets see this serious condition often, and if not treated quickly it can cause devastating health issues including needing major surgery to save your dog's life.