Ear infections are a chronic issue for many dog breeds, and they can turn serious if left untreated. In this post, our Lexington vets describe different types of ear infections and how they are diagnosed and treated.
While a couple of extra pounds might make your feline friend look inviting to cuddle, carrying even a bit of extra weight can negatively affect your cat's long-term health. Here, our Lexington vets list some signs of an overweight cat.
If you've recently brought home a new kitten, you're probably feeling some joy - and a little overwhelmed at your new responsibility. Our Lexington vets have some tips on safety, preventive care and other topics to help you get your kitten off to a great start in life.
Our Lexington vets understand that seeing symptoms of vestibular disease - a balance disorder that can lead to vertigo and vision problems - in your cat can be alarming. Today, we'll list the signs of this condition in cats and how vestibular disease is treated.
IVDD (intervertebral disc disease) is a degenerative disease that can impact your dog's spinal cord and lead to a range of severely painful mobility issues. Today, our Lexington vets explain more about the causes of and treatment options for IVDD in dogs, along with tips for recovery.
Our veterinary specialists and emergency veterinarians in Lexington understand how alarming it can be to see your dog suddenly stumbling. What's happening? In this post, we'll discuss a few potential reasons why your dog may be stumbling and falling down, and what you should do.
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) can impact part or all of your dog's gastrointestinal tract. In today's post, our Lexington vets share some of the symptoms of IBD in dogs, as well as some of the recommended foods for dogs with IBD.