While dogs will often pant in order to cool down, this behavior is much less common in cats than in our canine companions and may be a symptom of an underlying health issue. Here, our Plains vets share some of the reasons why your cat may be breathing heavily or panting as well as when to seek emergency care.
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After veterinary surgery, it is very important that you give your cat's care your utmost attention. This will help their recovery and reduce the chances of complications arising. Here, our Plains vets share some strategies to help your cat recover from surgery, including how to stop your cat from jumping after their operation.
Any dog can become constipated, regardless of their age, breed or size. Constipation is, in fact, one of the most common digestive issues seen in pets by our Plains veterinary team. Here, we explain what to do if you think your dog may be constipated.
Whether your furry feline friend is an indoor cat or roams outside, there are a number of different ways that they may injure one of their paws and begin limping. However, injuries may not be the only reason for your cat's limping. Here, our Plains vets share a few of the most common reasons for limping in cats and what to do about it.
Our Plains veterinarians know that dog-owners love giving their canine companions small treats now and again. However, some people foods are actually quite toxic—and even potentially deadly—to your pup. Here is a list of foods you should never feed to your puppy or adult dog.
Our vets don't see nearly as many urinary tract infections in cats as we do in dogs. However, there are a number of conditions affecting the urinary tract that frequently appear in older cats. Here, our Plains vets explain urinary tract infections as well as other urinary conditions which may arise in your cat.
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