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.
If your dog is diagnosed with autoimmune anemia your vet will begin the process of diagnosing and treating the underlying illness that is causing your dog's condition. Autoimmune anemia is a sign that your dog is suffering from an underlying health condition that requires immediate attention.
If your dog suddenly stops, extends its neck, and produces a loud snorting sound, you likely have just witnessed a reverse sneeze. Our Lexington vets explain paroxysmal respiration (reverse sneezing) in dogs and what causes it.
Hip dysplasia is a condition characterized by the abnormal formation of one or both your dog's hips leading to pain when exercising or changing position. Learn more from our Lexington vets about hip dysplasia, its symptoms, and the surgeries used to treat this condition.
A diagnosis of liver cancer for your dog can be earth-shattering. However, depending on the type of liver cancer your dog has, it may not be hopeless. Our Lexington veterinarians use advanced diagnostics and treatments to provide the best possible care to our canine cancer patients.
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.