You're probably aware that getting your dog 'fixed' is an important milestone, but do you know what the spaying or neutering process involves, when you should have it done and the risks to consider? Our Farmington Hills vets share some important facts.
Our Farmington Hills veterinarians share helpful tips and advice to help you keep your pets healthy and happy.
Our Farmington Hills vets understand that deciding to have your dog neutered or spayed can be an emotional decision. That's why we're here to offer advice on pain management during recovery.
Although cat urinary tract infections are rare compared to the occurrence of UTIs in dogs, older cats can experience a host of other urinary tract issues that cause similar symptoms. Today our Farmington Hills vets share the symptoms, causes and treatments for urinary tract infections and diseases in cats.
Much like their humans, dogs can also experience depression and anxiety. Here, our vets in Farmington Hills list signs to look for and discuss how you might be able to help your four-legged companion cheer up.
Having your dog neutered or spayed offers many health and behavioral benefits. Here, our Farmington Hills vets share some information about spaying or neutering and how it can benefit your pooch.
Wellness checkups are critical to your pet's health and well-being. These exams allow your veterinarian a chance to monitor your pet's overall health and detect early signs of illness. Today, our Farmington Hills vets describe what you can expect when your four-legged friend visits us for a pet checkup.
From toys and grass to feces and even roadkill, it really seems like some dogs will eat just about anything. If your dog pretty consistently eats things it shouldn't, there may be a good reason to be concerned. In today's post, our Farmington Hills vets will walk you through why your dog will eat anything on offer some tips on how to curb these behaviors.