Update – If we dispense Sileo to you, it is imperative that you understand how to adjust the dosing syringe so that you administer the proper amount of the paste to your pet. There was a recent report by the FDA about accidental overdosing of pets when the wrong amount of Sileo was administered. You possibly are not familiar with noise aversion and phobia in dogs. It is real and a terrifying condition of your pet is affected. It is seen when there are loud noises in the envir
Cats are a vital part of many families. We have hundreds of clients that have cats exclusively for pets. Often, cats do not receive the veterinary care that is needed during their lifetime. Since many feline diseases can be difficult to detect, and many cats are “masters of disguise” in hiding any symptoms of illness until it is harder to treat, we strongly encourage families with cats to come into our hospital more often for physical examinations and possible diagnostic work
It is amazing to see how we access information nowadays. What time does that movie start? What is the final score of the Cardinals game? What is the conversion of teaspoons to milliliters? Is the information available at the press of a button valuable? Absolutely!
Can it be relied on more strongly than a professional exam and diagnostic workup? Absolutely NOT! The bottom line is that we too access internet resources to augment our learning. But if you have a question veterin
Urinary incontinence (involuntary urine leakage) can be caused by different medical conditions. Hormone-based urinary incontinence is a common problem in middle-aged and elderly spayed female dogs. The pet can urinate normally, but they leak urine while resting. Frequently the dogs are not aware that they are leaking urine. Physical examination and blood and urine tests are usually normal in these pets. Hormone-responsive incontinence can occur months to years after a
I recommend you choose VOHC (Veterinary Oral Health Council) chews. I mention VOHC-approved chews exclusively and there is a reason; these chews have been statistically proven to prevent calculus formation, and they are not deleterious to your pet’s teeth. Greenies (Greenies.com) and Veggiedent chews (Virbac) are also VOHC-approved treats and I know many specialists that recommend them, too. Any one of these will do a very good job. #gilbertaz #VOHCsealofapproval #Gilbert