You've discovered your dog's ear is bleeding - now what? Our Long Island veterinarians list common causes for ear bleeding in dogs, symptoms that point to a veterinary emergency, how to stop the bleeding until you can have it treated, treatment options, and more.
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.
Many urinary tract conditions can affect cats. Those who are older or male are particularly at risk. In this post, our veterinarians in Long Island share information about urinary tract infections and other urinary conditions in cats.
Cruciate ligament ruptures are common in dogs. Your pet may require surgery to repair this orthopedic injury. Today, our veterinarians in Long Island explain cruciate injuries in dogs and how a TTA (Tibial Tuberosity Advancement) can help to get them back to their favorite activities.
Demodectic mange, also know as "red mange" is a skin condition that affects dogs. It's caused by a type of mite called Demodex canis. In this blog post, our Long Island vets we'll closely examine demodectic mange, what causes it and how it can be treated.
Is your dog suffering from knee pain due to an injury or torn cruciate ligament (ACL)? Surgery may be the best treatment option. Here, our Long Island veterinary specialists review three types of procedures and after-care rehabilitation options for treating this common condition.