Ticks can spread a number of serious diseases to humans as well as cats and dogs. Here, our Lexington vets explain what you can do to protect your pet, and your family, from these external parasites and how to remove them.
Wondering when to spay or neuter your dog or cat? Worried if they are too young or too old? Today our Lexington vets explain more about these common reproductive procedures.
While our pups are covered in fur, skin cancer is still a very real health concern for dogs. If you've found an unusual bump on your dog's skin, it's always best to have a vet look at it. Our veterinarians in Lexington describe three types of skin cancer commonly seen in dogs.
No pet parent wants to have to rush their pet in for urgent care, but sometimes life-threatening illnesses, accidents or injuries happen. Today, our vets discuss common pet emergencies and when to seek emergency veterinary care in Lexington, KY right away.