Here, our Lexington vets share how often to bathe a dog and explain the bathing process to help make the experience as smooth as possible for you and your pooch.
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.
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?