Pneumonia in dogs is a common canine respiratory condition, but what exactly is pneumonia? Are there different types? What symptoms should pet parents watch for? Our Santa Cruz vets answer your questions about pneumonia in dogs.
Recurrent or ongoing diarrhea in cats is typically a sign of an underlying health concern that should be investigated by your veterinarian. Here, our Santa Cruz vets discuss some common causes of cat diarrhea and when a vet appointment should be booked.
Did you know that dogs, like people, can suffer from high blood pressure? In fact, some breeds have a genetically increased risk of developing hypertension. Here, our Santa Cruz vets discuss high blood pressure and the signs/symptoms you should recognize.
Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV) is a serious threat to your cat's long-term health and well-being but with regular veterinary care many cat's diagnosed with FeLV go on to live normal lives for prolonged periods. Our vets in Santa Cruz explain more about Feline Leukemia Virus.
While melanoma isn't a condition that pet parents typically worry about when it comes to their dogs, skin cancer actually poses a very real health threat to our four-legged friends. Today, our Santa Cruz vets discuss melanoma in dogs, and signs to watch for.
Pancreatic cancer is relatively rare in dogs, but it's important for pet parents to know the symptoms so that treatment can begin early in order to try and prevent or limit the spread of this disease. Here, our Santa Cruz vets discuss the types of pancreatic cancer seen in dogs.