Tagged: Veterinarian

Gunky Eyes

One of the most common problems that veterinarians see in dogs and cats is ocular discharge, or discharge from the eyes.  This discharge can be clear and watery, mucoid, purulent (pus) or even bloody. ...

Cat Fight Abscesses

Anyone who owns (or is owned by) an outdoor cat is all too familiar with the cat fight abscess.  Our feline friends go out into the world and can frequently get into disagreements with...

Cruciate Ligament Disease in Dogs

Dogs, like humans, have several ligaments in the knee that act to stabilize this joint.  One of the most important of these is the Cranial Cruciate Ligament (CrCL), which runs between the femur and...

Ask Seth!

I have a 10-year old male, American Eskimo dog. He always has this mole thing on the top of his head, which during this time of year gets infected, with stuff draining out of it, and my dog loses his hair around the mole. I put peroxide on it and 3-D ointment. Do you know what this is?

Choosing Your Pet's Veterinarian

Your veterinarian is an important partner in caring for your pets. Regular visits to the vet for checkups allow both you and your vet to spot any problems before they become serious. Sometimes, small...