Our Santa Cruz County vets are seeing increasing cases of diabetes in dogs. While treatments are available for diabetes in dogs, there is no cure. Today, we look at some of the most common symptoms of diabetes in dogs, and their treatments.
Dogs of every age, breed, and lifestyle are at risk of contracting worms. Most worms can't be seen by the human eye and can only be detected with a fecal exam at your veterinarian's office. Today our Santa Cruz County vets discuss the types of worms in dogs and how they can be treated.
Tick-borne diseases pose a serious threat to the health of dogs and people throughout Santa Cruz County. Symptoms of these conditions can be uncomfortable and even life-threatening for your pup. Today our vets explain some of the most common tick-borne illnesses in dogs, and the symptoms to watch for.
You may be alarmed to find that your cat has suddenly stopped eating. It can be difficult to decide whether they need to visit an emergency vet clinic. Our Santa Cruz County vets share some common reasons why cats stop eating, and how to tell if it’s an emergency situation.