If your cat is showing signs of pain when attempting to use the litter box and is lethargic or urinating outside the litter box, they may have bladder stones. In this post, our Thornton vets talk about the different types of bladder stones in cats, how they form and how they affect the health of your cat.
Bladder infections in dogs along with other urinary tract issues can not only cause discomfort but also have the potential to lead to other serious complications when not treated quickly. Today our Thornton vets share some key information about bladder infections in dogs including the signs and treatment options.
Routine care is a crucial part of your pet's lifelong health care. With these checkups, your vet can help identify and address potential health concerns at the very first sign. Our vets in Thornton share more information about the importance of routine vet exams and what to expect during your pet's checkup.
If you have a pet then you know that you'll be bringing them in for routine care, and there are some topics you can cover while at the visit that can help you care for your cat or dog. Our Thornton vets share some of the top questions that you can ask your vet during your pet's wellness exam.
Some cats experience a defect or injury to certain muscles which may result in the internal organs slipping through the space resulting in what is known as a hernia. In this post, our Thornton veterinary surgeons talk about the different types of hernias in cats, the common signs and how surgery can help treat this condition.
You want to help provide your pup with lifelong care and happiness and regular checkups can help you accomplish just that. Our Thornton vets discuss how often you should take your dog to the vet and what care to expect at each stage of their life.
Your vet may recommend blood work for a number of reasons, they may not always indicate a serious concern but can be useful for diagnosing various conditions. Today our Thornton vets talk about the purpose of blood tests for dogs and what they can help show us about your pet's health.