While it is common to see a dog panting, this behavior is much less common in cats and can indicate an underlying health condition. Today, our Bonita Springs vets discuss why your cat might be panting or breathing heavily, and when to seek emergency care for your pet.
Pet emergencies are scary but you'll give your pet a better chance at recovery if you are prepared for an emergency situation. In today's post, our Bonita Springs emergency veterinarians explain the signs of emergency situations in pets and share a few first aid tactics you can use while on your way to the pet hospital.
Paralysis in cats is scary for pet parents and requires emergency veterinary attention. Today, our Bonita Springs vets discuss the different types and causes of paralysis in cats, including laryngeal paralysis—a type of paralysis that affects your feline friend's ability to breathe.
While the vets at Southwest Florida Veterinary Specialists are here for your emergency needs, there are certain things you can do to help your pup avoid an emergency situation. Today, our Bonita Springs vets share 6 ways to help your dog maintain their overall health.
If your dog has a habit of gulping down items they shouldn't they could be at risk of an intestinal blockage. Today, our Bonita Springs vets discuss the symptoms and treatment for intestinal blockages in dogs.
Dilated cardiomyopathy is also known as an enlarged heart in a dog. This condition has many potential causes and potentially severe effects.
ACL injuries are often seen in athletes, but this injury is also very common in dogs (which have the CCL) due to their anatomy. Today, our Bonita Springs vets describe symptoms of CCL injuries in dogs, and surgeries that can treat these common knee injuries.