Cats are notorious for hiding pain so it is important for pet owners to know the subtle signs that their companion isn't feeling their best. Today, our Fremont vets discuss the signs and symptoms of pain in cats and what you can do to help.
If your pet is unwell or hurt it can be difficult to tell whether waiting to see your regular vet is ok, or whether you should take them to the emergency vet immediately. Today, our Fremont vets share 5 signs that your pet may need emergency vet care.
Does your dog have a dry, non-productive cough? If so, your pooch may be suffering from kennel cough. In this post, our Fremont vets share some facts about this highly contagious respiratory disease in dogs. We also offer tips on what to do if your dog is coughing.
Dental problems in cats can be very painful. As many as 85 percent of cats over the age of three will develop some type of dental disease, and gingivitis is the beginning stage of this. With proper care, this stage can be reversible, and our Fremont vets will help you get there.
Puppies are cute, but the art of raising a puppy is not without its difficulties. Here are some tips on raising a puppy from our Fremont vets to help you get through the puppy stage and guarantee your new four-legged baby grows up to be a happy, healthy, well-adjusted dog.
If you're considering adopting a cat for your family, you may be wondering which cat breeds are the prettiest. Cute cat breeds that will keep you cuddling with your family for a long time. Today, our Fremont veterinarians name 15 of the fluffiest, most adorable cat breeds.