Dilated cardiomyopathy (an enlarged heart) in dogs can be caused by a number of issues and cause many severe side effects. Here, our Long Island vets list the causes of this serious condition, symptoms, and treatment options.
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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.
If your feline friend is having litterbox troubles and other causes have been ruled out, your cat might be suffering from an uncommon disease called histiocytic ulcerative colitis. Today, our Long Island vet specialists talk more about the disease including how it is diagnosed and treatment options.
Dogs are social creatures, and there's nothing as heartwarming as seeing your pooch make some new friends at the dog park, doggy daycare, or a playdate. Our Long Island team talks about common diseases that may be spread at a dog gathering, effective treatments, and when to go to the vet.