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Breakthrough in the treatment of feline diabetes

There is new hope for treatment of cats with diabetes. A new class of oral drugs is proving to be a game changer in helping to manage this disease. This Read More

Diabetes in the Dog and Cat

Diabetes is a disease that can affect both dogs and cats. Let us help us understand the condition and how to treat it. Read More

Addison's Disease (Hypoadrenocorticism) in the Dog

What is Addison's Disease? Addison's disease can affect both humans and dogs, It is rare in cats. Another name for this is hypoadrenocorticism. Most commonly the adrenal glands are destroyed by Read More

Cushing's Disease in the Dog

Cushing's disease (hyperadrendocorticism) is one of the most common endocrine diseases of the dog. Learn more about the disease and how it can be treated. Read More

Understanding Heart Disease in Dogs

Heart Disease can affect dogs. Here is a discussion of how the heart functions, what conditions can cause fail, how heart disease is diagnosed, and how it is treated.d Read More

Degenerative Myelopathy in Dogs

Degenerative Myelopathy of dogs is a progressive disease leading to loss of mobility. Read More

Hemangiosarcoma in the Dog

Hemangiosarcoma is a cancer in dogs that can be life threatening. Learn more about this disease and what can be done. Read More

Heart Disease in Cats

Cats can get heart disease. Here is a discussion of the most common heart problems in cats and how they are treated. Read More

CDS - Cognitive Dysfunction Syndrome

A senior dog can develop dementia and signs similar to Alzheimer's in people Read More

Shocking News! My Pet Has Cancer

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Bone cancer-Osteosarcoma in dogs

Bone cancer-osteosarcoma Bone cancer originates from the cells that form bone tissue. In dogs it mainly involves the legs of the limbs; front or hind. It is seen more often in Read More

Bladder Cancer in Dogs

The most common type of bladder cancer in dogs is called transitional cell carcinoma. Some breeds (beagles, West Highland White terriers for example) are more prone to this disease than Read More

Signs on Heatstroke: Keep Your Pets Safe This Summer

Rising summer temperatures can be dangerous for our pet. Learn the signs of heatstroke and how to protect your pet from this potentially life threatening condition. Read More

Pet Dementia

Dogs and cats are living longer and happier lives. Unfortunately, old age provides new health challenges, such as pet dementia. In some cases, pet dementia can be treated. Dr. Lorraine Read More

Pet Euthanasia FAQ

Pet Euthanasia is a serious consideration. And if your pet is going to be euthanatized, it’s often best to do so in the comfort of home. Fortunately, a mobile veterinarian Read More

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