While you will commonly see dogs pant to cool themselves down, in cats heavy breathing is much less commonplace and can be an indicator of a developing health issue in your feline friend. Here, our Avon vets share some of the reasons your cat may be breathing heavily (or panting) and when to seek veterinary care for your kitty.
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Spending a lot of time in the sun with your pup? Be sure to know the signs of heatstroke in dogs and what to do if you think your dog is experiencing heatstroke. Today, our vets at Animal General share the symptoms of this potentially fatal condition and tips for how to prevent heatstroke in your dog.
Our veterinary team sees a lot of ear infections in dogs, they're quite common. Most ear infections in our canine companions are simple to treat if diagnosed early though. Here, our Avon vets explain some of the signs that your dog may have an ear infection and what you should do if they are suffering from one.
Although our canine companions are covered in fur, their skin is still liable to develop lumps and bumps like humans. While not always, these lumps and bumps may be signs of illness or disease like cancer. Here, our Avon vets explain the kinds of lumps and bumps you might find on your dog, including cancerous and non-cancerous skin growths.
When your cat suddenly stops eating, it can be hard to sort out why and whether or not your feline companion needs to take a trip to the vet. Here, our Avon vets explain some of the most common reasons why cats will stop eating and how to judge whether or not their behavior is stubbornness or an emergency.
Heartworm disease is a potentially fatal disease that affects dogs across the United States. It's caused by parasitic worms transmitted through the bite of a mosquito carrying these worms. Then, they live in your dog's heart, lungs and blood vessels. Here, our Avon vets share some information you should be aware of to protect your beloved pup.
Excessive scratching, licking and itching are all signs that your dog may have a skin condition called dermatitis. Discover what may be causing the skin problems your dog is experiencing and how you can help to treat them.
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