Cats can be stoic creatures and often manage to hide their discomfort when they are sick. Our Bartlett vets share some of the signs and symptoms that indicate your feline friend may be feeling under the weather.
Laryngitis in your cat, like in people, means that your pet has lost their voice. In cats, this condition is caused by an inflammation of their throat and vocal cords and, most often, is a symptom of an underlying condition. Here, our Little Elm vets explain what you need to know about cat laryngitis, including: how to identify it, what may be causing it and its treatments.
When you bathe your dog, you are removing dirt and debris from their fur, helping them look and smell their best. Today, our Little Elm vets share how often you should bathe your dog and explain the bathing process to help make the experience as smooth as possible for you and your pup.
We're all aware that most cats dislike water and are pretty good at keeping themselves clean. But there might come a time when your furry friend needs a proper bath. In this blog, our Little Elm vets will walk you through the fundamental steps of giving your cat a bath.
Regular check-ups for your pet are important. They let your vet check your furry friend each year for any early signs of illness and keep an eye on their overall health. In this article, our vets in Little Elm will tell you what to expect during a route check-up for your dog or cat.
Diarrhea can be an extremely distressing symptom for both you and your beloved furry companion. Our Little Elm veterinary will go over various factors that can trigger diarrhea in dogs, as well as valuable tips on how to manage and prevent this unpleasant condition.