Occasionally cats may experience the symptoms of a urinary blockage. These blockages can be life-threatening if not treated immediately and a perineal urethrostomy may be suggested. In today's post, our Staten Island vets talk about what perineal urethrostomy surgery is and what to expect from PU surgery and recovery for your cat.
Many of us are aware that athletes frequently fall victim to ACL injuries, but due to the anatomy of your dog's leg, this painful knee injury is also very common in dogs. Our Staten Island vets explain the symptoms of ACL injuries in dogs, and the surgeries used to treat this condition.
Whether your feline friend is an indoor cat or outdoor adventurer there is a myriad of ways that your cat could injure a leg or paw and wind up limping. But injuries aren't the only reason for cat limping. Here, our Staten Island vets share a few common reasons for limping in cats and what you should do.
We see a lot of dogs suffering from irritated, itchy, or flakey skin. In many cases, these uncomfortable symptoms are the result of yeast dermatitis in dogs, a condition caused by the abnormal overgrowth of yeast which is found normally on your pup's skin. Today, Aadobe Animal Hospital looks at the signs, causes, and treatments for yeast infections in dogs.