After a dog has surgery, pet parents play a pivotal role in helping them to fully recover. Attentive, diligent post-op care is essential to help your pooch return to its daily routine as quickly as possible. Our Staten Island vets share some tips for how to care for your dog after surgery.
Osteoarthritis is a progressive, degenerative condition in dogs that becomes more severe over time. There's no cure for this painful condition, however, our Staten Island vets can provide treatments that may help manage symptoms and allow your dog to enjoy a good quality of life as they age.
Not every cut or graze your dog receives necessitates veterinary attention, but it's important to understand how to treat your dog's wounds and when it's time to visit the vet. Today, our Aadobe Animal Hospital team offers advice on how to care for a dog's wounds at home.
Although panting is normal for dogs on hot days or while playing fetch, excessive panting at night can be concerning. Nighttime panting can be an indication that something is wrong, in addition to causing you and your dog sleepless nights. Our Staten Island vets talk about symptoms, treatments, and when to go to the vet today.
Dental problems in your dog can lead to chronic pain and other health issues. Fortunately, many dental health problems can be avoided with regular dental exams and professional cleanings, as well as a little extra care at home. Our veterinarians discuss the symptoms of dental health problems in dogs as well as simple ways to keep your dog's mouth healthy.
Ringworm is a fungus, similar to athlete's foot, despite its name. It produces infectious seeds known as spores, which are extremely hardy and difficult to eradicate in the environment. Ringworm can infect any animal's skin, including dogs. Today, our Staten Island veterinarians talk about ringworm in dogs and how it looks.
Vaccinations are necessary to keep cats healthy for the rest of their lives. To protect your kitten from a variety of potentially fatal feline diseases, our Staten Island veterinarian recommends that you follow this vaccination schedule.