If you notice swelling in your dog's face, it's likely to have been caused by another underlying health complication. Today our Long Island vets illuminate which conditions could be indicated by facial swelling in your dog.
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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.
Hearing that your pet has cancer is news that no loving pet parent wants. If your pet has been diagnosed with cancer, you might be wondering if veterinary oncology (specialized cancer care) is the right choice. Although we don't provide veterinary oncology services, our Long Island vets would like to share common types of cancer, as well as treatment options and other considerations for pet parents.
Trying to figure out the right dog food for your canine companion can seem overwhelming, but there are several things to consider that can help make the decision easier. Today, our Long Island vets share some tips that can help you make the right decision for feeding your dog.