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.
Bringing your dog or cat in for an annual wellness exam allows your veterinarian to keep track of your pet's health, look for early signs of disease, and prescribe preventive treatments that can help protect your pet from potentially fatal illnesses. Today, our Staten Island veterinarians discuss the advantages of pet preventive care.
Leptospirosis is a bacterial spirochete infection that occurs when Leptospira interrogans strains penetrate the skin and spread throughout the body. Our Staten Island vets will discuss the causes, symptoms, and treatment options for leptospirosis in cats in this post.
You adore your puppy and want to give them the best chance of living a long and happy life; this is where regular preventive veterinary care comes in. But how frequently should you take your dog to the vet? Our Staten Island veterinarians explain...
Wondering how to cure your dog’s chewing problems for good? We’ve got some tips to help your pup develop better habits.