There are many reasons why a cat might be limping – ranging from a small cut to a broken bone. Here, our Argyle vets share some potential causes of a cat limping and what you should do if you notice your cat has developed a limp.
You've likely heard of human athletes suffering from a torn ACL. Due to their anatomy, dogs can also suffer from a similar—often quite painful—knee injury. Today, our Argyle vets explain what happens when a dog tears their "ACL" and why for dogs with a torn ACL, surgery is often the recommended treatment.
Cats undergo PU (perineal urethrostomy) surgery when they experience urinary blockages that can't be treated effectively through standard means. Here, our Argyle vets discuss why urinary blockages happen and how PU surgery for cats can be an effective way to stop them from occurring.
Cataracts are a common eye condition that can affect people and dogs. Although it can result in blurred vision and eventual blindness, surgery can help restore vision in most cases. Today, our Argyle vets discuss cataract surgery for dogs and what you can expect if your dog undergoes the procedure.
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.
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.