IVDD (intervertebral disc disease) can be scary for both the dog and the owner. It is one of the most commonly seen neurologic disorders in dogs and, generally, requires treatment quickly. Here, our Little Rock, Arkansas vets explain.
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One of the most common reasons that a dog takes a trip to our surgery department is for lameness or limping on one of their rear legs. While there are always other conditions or diseases to rule out, a torn CrCL (cranial cruciate ligament) is the most common cause. Here, our Little Rock, Arkansas vets explain.
While most of us probably take a routine trip to our dentist every 6 months or so for a preventative cleaning and check-up, many pet owners still carry some common misconceptions about the necessity of regular dental check-ups for our pets. Here, our Little Rock, Arkansas vets discuss some of the most common myths regarding your pet’s dental care.
The most common exposures with antifreeze occur with dogs and usually involve chewing on containers or lapping up spills. What is it about this common automobile fluid that makes it so toxic? Here, our Little Rock, Arkansas vets explain the dangers.
Heat stroke can be a life-threatening condition and requires immediate attention by a veterinarian. Here, our Little Rock, Arkansas vets share how to prevent heat stroke and what to do if you think your pet has been affected by it.
Sophie Thomas, professional dog trainer certified by the Animal Behavior College, shares three training commands that can play a role in keeping your dog out of harm’s way.