Dental care is one of the main components of care for our furry friends and helps to prevent dental diseases as well as others that can affect their entire bodies. Our vets in Rancho Palos Verdes explain what gingivitis in cats is, the signs to watch out for and how it can be treated.
If your dog isn't getting adequate dental care it could result in oral health concerns such as cavities and tooth decay. In today's post, our Rancho Palos Verdes vets discuss what happens if your dog has a cavity as well as how to treat them and prevent them from occurring in the first place.
If you have ever experienced a toothache then you know how painful it can be. These are the same pains and discomforts that our pets feel when they are suffering from dental conditions. Here, our Rancho Palos Verdes veterinary team talks about dental disease in cats and what you can do to help prevent it from happening.
Your dog suddenly stops, stretches out their neck, and makes a loud snorting sound. It's likely that you have just witnessed a reverse sneeze, and while it may be somewhat startling to witness, it is common in small dogs. Below, our Rancho Palos Verdes vets explain paroxysmal respiration.
Seeing your dog experience a seizure can be frightening, but it's important to know what to do. Seizures in dogs can be caused by a number of factors ranging from heat exhaustion to epilepsy and today our Rancho Palos Verdes vets share more information.
While pregnancy, labor and delivery for dogs can go on without a hitch, there may occasionally be situations where a pregnant dog may require some assistance with delivering her puppies. Today our Rancho Palos Verdes vet surgeons share situations where your dog may need a cesarean section and what happens during c-section surgery.
Finding the right boarding facility can be an emotional journey, especially if you don't know too much about boarding your dog somewhere. Today our Rancho Palos Verdes vets are here to help you make an informed choice about the right dog boarding facility for your canine companion.
Just like humans, when dogs eat, plaque can form on their teeth, and if it isn't brushed away regularly can harden into tartar which can cause a range of dental health problems. In this post, our Rancho Palos Verdes vets explain how plaque and tartar form in a dog's mouth and how you can prevent it.