There may be times that your cat has experienced dental damage or decay that is beyond repair and needs to be extracted. Here, our Poway vet dentists discuss the reasons that your cat may need a tooth removed.
Emergency c-sections can be performed if a dog is having a difficult labor, but in some cases, an elective c-section may be recommended if your dog is at an increased risk for complications. Today our Poway vets look at how to tell if your dog needs a c-section.
Dental problems in cats can be very painful. As many as 85 percent of cats over the age of three have some form of dental disease, and gingivitis is the beginning stage of periodontal disease. With sufficient care, this stage is reversible, and our Poway vets will help you get there.
After your cat's surgery a little extra attention needs to be given to allow for the incision to heal without becoming aggravated or infected. In today's post, our Poway vets share some strategies for caring for your cat as they recover from surgery.
In some situations when your dog's tooth is broken or decayed beyond repair, an extraction will be necessary to stop infection and allow your dog's mouth to heal. Here, our Poway vets explain what you can expect if your dog is getting a tooth removed.
Rabies is a serious and fatal disease. Having your dog vaccinated against rabies is the best way to protect them and your family. Today our Poway vets explain more about this essential vaccine, including how often your pup should receive a booster shot.