Bladder Problems in Dogs and Cats

Bladder Problems in Dogs and Cats

Owners may be surprised to learn that pets and humans share common urinary tract issues, ranging from urinary tract infections (UTIs), urinary stone formation to incontinence. Yet there’s one crucial difference. Humans can settle for watchful waiting as an issue...
Tracheal Collapse and Tracheal Stenting

Tracheal Collapse and Tracheal Stenting

The trachea is the large tube that carries air from the mouth down to the lungs. Certain breeds of dogs (typically small breeds including Yorkshire Terriers, Pomeranians and Chihuahuas) are predisposed to weakening of the cartilage with age. This results in a disease...
Anemia: Does Your Pet Have IMHA?

Anemia: Does Your Pet Have IMHA?

Is your dog slowing down? Have you noticed that his or her gum color looks a little pale? Does your furry friend just not seem like his or herself? Could s/he be anemic? Anemia is a common disease that we treat in veterinary medicine and can be caused by...
Diabetes Mellitus In Dogs And Cats

Diabetes Mellitus In Dogs And Cats

Diabetes Mellitus, a somewhat common hormonal disturbance in dogs and cats, occurs due to either a lack of insulin production or the development of insulin resistance. The majority of diabetic dogs have Type 1 Diabetes, meaning they are insulin-dependent. While all...
What We See As Internal Medicine Veterinarians

What We See As Internal Medicine Veterinarians

Internal Medicine in the veterinary field focuses on many of the same diseases as internal medicine for humans. Diseases of the gastrointestinal, hepatic, renal, urogenital, vascular and pulmonary systems are often complex. Diagnoses can be difficult for many reasons,...