Intervertebral disc disease (IVDD), is a serious spinal condition that can occur in dogs and affect their ability to walk. It commonly requires surgery to correct. Today, our Argyle vets discuss IVDD and how it is treated in dogs.
Animal Health & Wellbeing Blog
Our Argyle veterinary team shares advice and helpful tips to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.
Equine influenza, or the "horse flu," is a highly contagious upper respiratory disease that can cause serious secondary infections, especially in foals. Today, our Argyle vets discuss what symptoms to watch for and how to treat a horse with influenza.
It's very important to maintain a good oral health care routine for your dog because it helps to prevent dangerous dental and physical health issues such as periodontal disease. In this blog, our vets in Argyle discuss the ways you can prevent your pet from developing oral health conditions and the importance of dental health care for dogs.
Your cat's extra pounds don't just make them cuddlier, it puts their overall health and wellbeing at risk. Here our vets in Argyle discuss some of the reasons why your cat might be overweight, how to tell if your cat is overweight and how you can help them get back down to a healthier size.
Heavy breathing and panting is often associated with dogs because that's how they cool down. However, this behaviour isn't usually seen in cats. Here our Argyle vets explain the reasons why your cat could be breathing heavily/panting and when you should call your vet.
All veterinary procedures come with some level of risk, even pet vaccinations. Most of the time the benefits of giving your cat or dog vaccinations are worth the very small risk. In this post, our Argyle vets discuss the possible side effects of vaccines and what you should do if your pet experiences one.
We know it can be emotional when you have to decide whether or not to spay/ neuter your dog. Today our Argyle vets discuss the details about this routine surgery, how your dog can recover from it fairly easily and how to manage any pain or discomfort your pup may be feeling as a result.