Although the chances of a vaccinated dog contracting rabies are quite small, no vaccine guarantees 100% protection in every circumstance. Today, the vets from Nolana Animal Hospital discuss rabies and what to do if you suspect your dog might have been exposed.
Itching, scratching, and licking are signs your dog could be suffering from a skin condition. Join our McAllen vets to learn what might be causing your dog's skin problems, how you can help treat them, and when your dog's skin issue requires veterinary care.
Cats can experience urinary blockages without warning, and if it can't be treated effectively through standard means, a perineal urethrostomy (PU) could help. Our McAllen vets share more about PU surgery in cats.
When your dog undergoes any surgery, it is important for pet parents to know how to care for them after the procedure. Recovery can seem like a long and frustrating process, but our McAllen vets can provide you with tips on how to care for your dog and manage their pain after surgery.
If your dog chews on and eats just about everything, you might be concerned about potential intestinal blockages. Our McAllen vets who see this serious condition frequently share information about intestinal blockages and the surgical procedure that can address them.
You love your dog and want the best for them, but taking care of your pet's health doesn't need to be complicated. Along with plenty of love and attention, these 6 tips from our McAllen vets can help your dog live a long and healthy life.