Is the meow of your cat reduced to a squeak, scratchy rasp, or complete silence? Cats can develop laryngitis due to a variety of different underlying conditions. In today's post, our White Settlement veterinarians discuss the symptoms, causes, and treatments of cat laryngitis.
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As an owner, you should be aware of the many ways your cat can injure a leg or paw and become unable to walk. However, you should know that a cat's limp isn't always due to an injury. There are a few common causes of limping in cats that our White Settlement vets discuss in this post.
You may be concerned about intestinal blockages if your dog has a chewing and eating habit. Our White Settlement veterinarians are frequently confronted with this serious condition. If left untreated, it can cause debilitating health problems and, in some cases, requires significant surgery to save your dog's life.
Cataracts are a common vision problem in canines. However, surgery can often help restore sight. They can cause blurred vision and eventually lead to blindness. Our White Settlement veterinarians are here to answer your questions about canine cataract surgery and what to expect afterward.
On rare occasions, our cats develop urinary blockages that are not treatable with conventional methods of treatment. An operation called a perineal urethrostomy (PU) is performed in these situations. Our White Settlement veterinarians are available to answer any and all of your questions about this surgical procedure.
If you think your cat is extra cute and cuddly because they are a little overweight, you should know that those additional pounds can have a serious impact on their health and overall wellbeing. This is why our vets in White Settlement are here to discuss the ways you can tell if your cat is overweight, the factors that contribute to weight gain, and how you can get your kitty back to a healthy weight.
Pets are good at hiding pain and illness so it isn't always easy to tell if your pet needs emergency care. Here, our vets in White Settlement talk about the signs your pet will display when they need emergency vet care and what you should do in a veterinary emergency.