Seizures in dogs can be caused by a number of underlying conditions from heat exhaustion to epilepsy. In today's blog, our Seattle vets share some reasons why dogs have seizures, and what you should do if your dog has a seizure.
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Epilepsy is a condition seen in cats, dogs and people that is characterized by recurrent seizures. In today's blog, our Seattle veterinary team explains some of the signs of epilepsy in cats as well as the causes and treatments for this condition.
Though not as common as dog ear infections, our Seattle vets do treat ear infections in cats too. In many cases, cat ear infections are a sign of an underlying health condition that requires treatment. In today's post, we share more about the causes, symptoms and treatments for ear infections in cats.
We treat a lot of dogs with ear infections here at our Seattle veterinary clinic. Fortunately, most dog ear infections are easy to treat if diagnosed early. Today our vets share some signs that your pup might have an ear infection and what you should do.
Joint pain can impact your dog's quality of life and potentially develop into a more serious condition or injury. That said, it can be challenging to spot the signs of joint pain in dogs, unless you know what to look for. Our Seattle vets share the types of joint pain seen in dogs, causes, symptoms and treatments.
Much like people, cats can suffer from painful dental health issues due to injury or poor oral hygiene. But what exactly is good oral hygiene for cats and what sort of dental care do cats really need? Our Seattle vets explain how to clean your cat's mouth and keep their teeth healthy.
Routine wellness exams give your vet regular opportunities to examine your pet for early signs of disease and monitor your pet's overall health. Today our Seattle vets share more about what to expect when you bring your dog or cat in for a routine wellness exam.