At Dunnellon Animal Hospital, we see a lot of dogs suffering from diarrhea brought on by a litany of different causes. Let's talk about what you can do as a pet owner to help treat and stop sporadic and chronic cases.
Pet Vet Tips
When cats aren't feeling well they will show subtle changes in behavior and energy level, but these changes can be difficult for even the most attentive pet parent to detect. That's why it's important to monitor your feline family member's health and watch for these signs of common but serious cat illnesses.
You love your pet and want to give them their very best chance at a long and happy life, that's why regular veterinary checkups and preventive care are important. But exactly how often should you take your dog or cat to the vet? Our Citrus County vets explain...
Lyme disease is a common tick-transmitted disease seen in people and pets across North America. Although Lyme disease in people often leads to chronic symptoms such as joint pain, Lyme disease in dogs is treatable. Here our Dunnellon Animal Hospital vets explain some causes, symptoms, and treatments for Lyme disease in dogs.
Athletes often suffer from ACL injuries but due to the anatomy of your dog's leg this painful knee injury is also very common in dogs. Today our Dunnellon Animal Hospital vets explain ACL injuries, and ACL surgery for dogs to help restore your pup's pain-free mobility.
Wellness plans and pet insurance are two options that can help make your pet's healthcare more affordable. While both of these offer distinct benefits, it's important to understand the differences between them so you can make the best choice. Today, our Citrus County vets define wellness plans and pet insurance.
Heartworm disease is a serious condition that can lead to severe lung disease, heart failure, organ damage, and even death for pets in Citrus County. The condition is typically found in dogs, cats, and ferrets. In this post, our vets explain why prevention is critical.
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