Cat hernias generally aren't serious and can be repaired with surgery if spotted early. Today, our New Ulm vets describe different types of hernias in cats and offer insight into what you can expect if your cat has hernia surgery.
Hip dysplasia is a condition that can occur in any breed and is caused by an abnormal formation of one or both the dog's hips which can be the cause of pain or discomfort anytime your dog moves. Our New Ulm vets talk about what hip dysplasia is, as well as the symptoms and surgeries used to treat this condition.
If your dog has a habit of chewing and eating everything in sight, you might be concerned about potential intestinal blockages. Our New Ulm vets see this serious condition frequently and if it's not treated quickly it can cause devastating health issues and in some cases, major surgery is required to save your dog's life.
A toothache can hurt your cat just as much as it hurts you. Mouth and tooth pain can prevent your furry friend from eating and grooming themselves. Our New Ulm vets are here to explain the best practices for keeping your cat's mouth healthy.
The health of your dog's mouth actually has a huge impact on their overall health and wellbeing. This is why it is so important to maintain your dog's healthy teeth and gums. Our New Ulm vets are here to share tips and tricks to keep your pup's teeth in optimal condition.
Our New Ulm vets don't commonly see urinary tract infections (UTI) in cats, but if we do it's primarily seen in senior cats or those suffering from other urinary tract issues. Today we will discuss the symptoms, causes, and treatments of urinary tract disorders in cats.