While everyone should know why it is important for outdoor cats to be fully vaccinated and protected, not everyone may realize that it is also equally as important to have your indoor cat vaccinated. Our New Ulm vets talk about why your indoor cat needs vaccines and when your cat should be vaccinated.
When your beloved companion experiences chronic pain it can have a detrimental effect on their quality of life. While manageable, this condition can be difficult to diagnose. Our New Ulm vets discuss chronic pain in dogs, what the signs are and how you can help manage your dog's pain.
While your cat's vet will always do their best to repair teeth there will be situations in which the removal of the tooth will be the best course of action. Here, our New Ulm vet dentists discuss everything you need to know about cat tooth extractions, why they are recommended and things to watch for during recovery after surgery.
Ticks can spread a number of serious diseases and are therefore dangerous to people and pets. In this post, our New Ulm vets explain how these external parasites thrive, including which signs to beware of, and how to keep ticks away from your pets and your family.
In order to best care for our pets, we need to consider every aspect of their health, unfortunately, their oral health is sometimes neglected. Here, our New Ulm vets talk about periodontal disease in dogs, the effect that it has on them and how you can help prevent it from happening.
Teething is something that you should expect when you decide to jump into puppy ownership. However, it can be frustrating when your puppy chooses to make a chew toy out of your favorite belongings. Today, our New Ulm vets talk about everything you need to know about teething in puppies and what dental concerns to watch for.
If you decide to raise a small exotic mammal it can be a very unique and rewarding experience, but you must be aware of the specific needs of your new pet. In this post, our New Ulm vets discuss some of the most common exotic pets to own and how to care for them.