Chronic degenerative valve disease is the most common form of heart disease in dogs. Today our Fremont vets share information to help you better understand the disease and how to care for your dog.
Heartworm disease is a serious, often fatal condition in dogs that can result in severe lung disease, heart failure, and organ damage. Our Fremont vets explain why preventing heartworm disease is both easier on your pet, and on your wallet than treating the disease after your dog gets ill.
Dental health issues in dogs can be just as problematic as they are in people and if you've ever developed a cavity in one or more of your teeth, you know they can be uncomfortable. Today, our Fremont vets explain the causes, symptoms and treatments of cavities in dogs.
Just like humans, dogs can have plaque buildup. If plaque isn't removed regularly it can harden into tartar and cause a range of dental health problems. Today, our Fremont vets explain how plaque and tartar form in a dog's mouth and how to prevent it.
Toxoplasma gondii is a potential health risk to all warm-blooded mammals, especially people who are pregnant or immunocompromised. Learn more about Toxoplasma gondii infections with our Fremont vet team, including symptoms and treatments.