Ear disease in dogs and cats can develop for a variety of reasons including ear mites, ear infections (bacterial or yeast), and allergies.
Identify potential problems with a nose-to-tail annual wellness physical exam.
It is important to test annually for heartworm and tick-borne diseases to ensure your dog is healthy.
Flea and ticks are most prevalent during summer months because they thrive on warm weather and high humidity. Find out how to protect your pets.
Left untreated, anal gland infections result in infection and potentially painful wounds. Anal gland expression is the solution.
Though one treatment is usually all that is necessary to treat an infection, the only way to prevent your pet from getting tapeworms is consistent flea prevention.
Early prevention can help control this common intestinal parasite.