Do dogs get cavities? Yes, dogs can get cavities just like humans, due to poor oral health and hygiene. Here, our Rochester vets share tips on how to prevent cavities in dogs and what to do if your pooch has one.
Periodontal disease - also known as gum disease - can have a negative impact on your dog's overall health as well as their oral health. Our Rochester vets explain the causes, symptoms, and treatments available to help restore your dog's oral health.
Many of us are terrified by the thought of a spider lurking in our home, although they typically try to stay hidden well out of our way. That said, they can unexpectedly bite us or our pets. Some of the spider bite symptoms our Rochester vets see in dogs are very serious and require urgent care. Here's what to do if you think that your dog may have been bitten by a spider.
There's a lot to know if you're caring for a kitten, especially if the mother isn't nearby. Below, our Rochester vets explain how to take care of a newborn kitten without a mother, what can go wrong, and when to take them to the vet.
Male cat neutering is a common and safe procedure that protects them from a variety of health problems, prevents them from fathering kittens, and even prevents some undesirable behaviors. Today, our Rochester veterinarians discuss what to expect before and after neutering your male cat, as well as behaviors and recovery.
We understand that leaving your dog behind in a kennel while on vacation can be stressful, especially if your pet has medical needs. Here, our Rochester vets share tips to help lessen your anxiety about leaving your dog while on vacation and choose the best place to leave your dog while you're away.
Do you want to know if you should get your dog 'fixed,' or what spaying or neutering entails? Our Rochester vets provide some helpful tips on the spay/neuter process, recovery, and potential risks below.
Tick-borne diseases are a serious health concern for dogs throughout North America. Tick-borbe disease symptoms in dogs can be excruciatingly painful and even fatal. Our Rochester veterinarians explain the symptoms of a few of the most common tick-borne diseases in dogs, as well as why early treatment is so important.
Our experienced vets are passionate about the health of Rochester companion cats and dogs. Get in touch today to request an appointment for your pet.