Cats will have changes in their behavior or energy level when they're sick, although they may be hard to detect. Our Memphis vets discuss some serious signs that shouldn't be ignored.
Like people, dogs can lose their vision and struggle with the challenges of going blind. Here, our Memphis vets share how to recognize the first signs and what you should do if you suspect blindness.
Itching, scratching, and licking are signs your dog has a condition known as dermatitis. Find out what might be causing the skin problems, and how you can help treat them.
Depression and anxiety can affect dogs, much like humans. Here, our Southeast Memphis vets share what symptoms to look for and how to help cheer up your furry four-legged friend.
Southeast Memphis is a center for heartworm disease. This serious condition can result in severe lung disease, heart failure, other organ damage, and even death. Heartworm disease is most often found in dogs, cats and ferrets. Here, our vets explain why prevention is key.
The best way to ensure that your pet, and your family, are safe from intestinal parasites is by getting annual pet fecal exams done at your vet's office. Yearly fecals give your vet an opportunity to check for intestinal parasites before more serious conditions arise.
Pet insurance and wellness plans are two different options for helping make your pet’s health more affordable. Here, our Southeast Memphis vets explain the differences and the benefits of each.
Fleas are the most common external parasite that can affect your dog or cat. If left untreated, fleas can lead to infections and cause more serious diseases. Here, our Southeast Memphis vets explains some early signs that your pet might have fleas, and what to do if your pet does have fleas.
One of the most common tick-transmitted diseases in the world is Lyme disease. Here, our Southeast Memphis vets explain a little about Lyme disease in pets; what it is, what symptoms to watch for, and how your pet can be treated if diagnosed with Lyme.