Our vets in Lancaster frequently encounter ear infections in dogs, especially those with charming long floppy ears. The good news is that most ear infections can be easily treated when detected early. Here are some signs of ear infections in dogs and steps to take if your pup's ears are not in their best health.
Just like humans, cats can also experience diarrhea due to various reasons. Our veterinarians at Lancaster will guide you on the common causes of feline diarrhea and when it requires serious attention.
Does your dog tend to eat things they shouldn't? If so, it's essential to watch for signs of intestinal blockages. Intestinal blockages (obstructions) are relatively common issues seen by our Lancaster vets. Here we look at the causes and symptoms of this very serious condition, as well as the surgery that could save your dog's life.
We understand that being told your dog needs surgery can be a scary experience. Our veterinarians only recommend surgery when absolutely necessary. In this article, our Lancaster vets provide valuable information on dog surgeries, their types, and tips on caring for your dog post-surgery.
When it comes to our dogs, there's probably nothing we wouldn't do to avoid them from feeling agony or discomfort, which is why new therapeutic approaches are being adopted. Pet acupuncture and other complementary treatments provide innovative and noninvasive solutions to improve rehabilitation and manage discomfort. Today, our Lancaster vets discuss the five benefits of acupuncture for dogs.