Rabies is a virus that can easily spread between animals and even to people. While there is no cure, vaccinations are available to help protect your pets. In this post, our Rockland County vets talk about cats with rabies, how it is transmitted, and how to tell if a cat has rabies.
If you have a new puppy or unfixed dog then you may be considering having them fixed. But what are the risks and benefits of reproductive surgery? Here, our Rockland County vets share some important information about having your dog spayed or neutered and what to expect during the surgery and recovery process.
Having a social dog can be great, except when it comes to the pups sharing illness as much as they share toys. Here, our Rockland County vets talk about the spread of parvovirus in dogs as well as the symptoms and treatment options to help your pup feel better.
If your cat has been having issues with their gut health lately then you may wonder how you can help improve their gastrointestinal health. Here, our Rockland County vets offer some information about probiotics for cats and how they can help make your cat's tummy happy.
When it comes to keeping your dog's teeth clean and helping to manage boredom, bones are able to accomplish both of these. However, there are some bones that are also harmful to dogs. Today, our Rockland County vets share some of the bones that are beneficial and which bones your dog can and can't eat safely.
If your cat experiences any kind of dental discomfort it is important to have it examined as soon as possible. Your cat could be suffering from serious conditions such as stomatitis. Our Rockland County vets explain the potential causes of stomatitis, what the signs are and how it can be treated.
If you have a dog then you know that they love to chomp on everything. This means that grass-eating might be a common occurrence for your pup, but is it something you need to worry about? Our Rockland County vets talk about dogs eating grass, why they might do it and if it is safe for them to eat.