Here, our Apple Valley vets explain what heatstroke in dogs is, provide a list of symptoms for dog owners to keep an eye out for and give some advice about what you should do if you have noticed symptoms of heatstroke in your pup.
While our Apple Valley vets see fewer instances of heatstroke in cats than we do in dogs, this condition still does occur in our feline friends. In today's post, we share some of the symptoms of heatstroke in cats and what to do if you suspect that your pet is suffering from a heatstroke.
Regardless of whether you enjoy hot temperatures year-round or just a few brief summer months, your dog can run the risk of heatstroke. Here, our Apple Valley vets share some of the symptoms of this serious condition and what to do if your dog has it.
If your pup is suffering from a torn CCL—cranial cruciate ligament, similar to humans' ACLs—the Apple Valley vets at our animal hospital may advise your pet to undergo surgery to repair the damage and get them back up and running again. Here are 3 different surgery options for this commonly found knee injury in dogs.
Joint pain is a common condition which afflicts dogs of all ages, affecting their quality of life and, if untreated, potentially developing into serious conditions and injuries. It may be difficult to notice your dog is experiencing joint pain unless you know what to look for. Here, our Apple Valley vets walk you through joint pain in your pup, including its types, causes and treatments.
If your pup is exhibiting signs of hip dysplasia, such as discomfort and pain while exercising, it is critical to get them checked out by a vet as soon as possible. Here, our Apple Valley vets will walk you through the causes, symptoms and surgical treatment options for this condition in your dog.
When your pet undergoes any surgery, it is important for pet parents to know how to care for their dog after the procedure. Recovery can be a long and frustrating process, and that is even more true for orthopedic surgery. Here, our Apple Valley vets provide you with advice on how to care for your dog and manage their pain after orthopedic surgery.