You may be concerned to discover that your cat is not eating, and begin to wonder if your feline friend needs emergency veterinary care. Our Lexington vets share some insight into why cats may stop eating, and how to tell if your cat's case is an emergency.
Our Lexington vets understand that picking up dog poop is a regular occurrence for responsible dog owners. This is why you probably have a pretty good idea of what your dog's normal stool looks like. But what should you do if you notice blood in your dog's poop?
Constipation in cats can become a health concern in addition to causing restlessness and general discomfort. Our Lexington vets share causes of constipation in cats, symptoms and tips for treating the condition that can become a veterinary emergency.
Vomiting and diarrhea are two common signs of gastrointestinal upset in cats and dogs. These conditions can have numerous causes. Today, our Lexington vets share what you should know, and what to do if your pet is experiencing these symptoms.
Cats can suffer from uncomfortable symptoms when it comes to bladder stones. You might be wondering how these stones develop and are treated. Here, our Lexington vets explain the types, causes, symptoms and treatments for bladder stones in cats.
Several medical conditions could be to blame for your dog's stumbling, tripping, or falling over, including an injury, poisoning, or infection. Our Lexington Emergency Vets explain the importance of getting your pet to a veterinary hospital as quickly as possible.
Bluegrass Veterinary Specialists + Animal Emergency sees a number of different types of seizures in dogs which can range in severity from virtually undetectable to incredibly severe. In this blog, our Lexington vets explain different types of seizures your dog could have and what you should do if your dog has a seizure.