When cat hernias are detected early they generally aren’t too serious and can be repaired with surgery. Today, our Santa Cruz vets describe various types of hernias seen in cats and provide insight into what to expect from your cat's hernia surgery.
Many cases of cancer in cats go undetected until the condition becomes more advanced, but spotting and treating cancer early gives your pet their best shot at a good outcome. That's why it's important to know the signs of cancer in cats and see your Santa Cruz vet right away if your cat begins displaying symptoms.
If your dog has been diagnosed with cancer, you are bound to be feeling overwhelmed and have loads of questions. Today, our Santa Cruz specialist vets lay out some steps you could take to gain a calmer perspective and a clear understanding of what to expect from your dog's cancer journey.
Veterinary surgery is performed on pets to treat health conditions, repair injuries, and help limit the birth of unwanted cats and dogs. But what's the difference between orthopedic and soft tissue surgeries, and how can you help your pet recover after surgery? Our Santa Cruz vets explain.
Laryngeal paralysis is a serious condition seen in dogs that causes the sides of your dog's windpipe to be sucked into the opening as they attempt to breathe in. Tragically, in severe cases, laryngeal paralysis can lead to suffocation, but treatment is available. Our Santa Cruz vets explain more.