Kittens often start showing signs of eye infections when their eyes begin to open at about 8-14 days old. Although there are a few reasons why kitten eye infections occur, our Englewood vets most often see these infections in homeless kittens and barn cats. Here's why...
Conjunctivitis is a common but uncomfortable - sometimes even painful - eye condition that can cause damage to your dog's eye(s) if left untreated. Here, our Englewood vets explain some causes of conjunctivitis in dogs, its symptoms, and how it can be treated.
Dog eye infections can occur for countless reasons, but whatever the cause the severity of these infections can range from uncomfortable to downright painful. Today our Englewood vets explain some of the causes of eye infections in dogs and how these infections can be treated.
Whether your pet is an active hunting dog or an indoor cat, eye injuries can easily happen to our animal companions, and when they do it's important that these injuries receive proper care. Our Englewood vets explain the symptoms of eye injuries to watch for, and when to head to the vet for care.
Many dogs give birth naturally without the need for veterinary intervention, but complications can arise that need veterinary help fast! If your dog is pregnant here are some tips from our Englewood vets to help you spot when a c-section may be necessary.
After your cat's surgery, a little extra attention is going to be required to allow for the incision to heal without becoming aggravated, injured, or infected. In today's post, we share some strategies for caring for your cat as they recover from surgery, including what to do for a cat not eating after surgery, and how to stop a cat from jumping after surgery.
Femoral head ostectomy - FHO for short - is a surgery used to treat hip problems in cats and dogs. This highly effective surgery works to alleviate hip pain and increase mobility. Below, our Englewood vets discuss how this procedure works and what conditions may benefit from FHO surgery.