Rabies is a fatal, infectious disease that commonly spreads among animals including humans but is preventable through routine vaccinations. Today our Rockland County vets share some information about rabies in dogs and following the rabies vaccine schedule can help protect your pup.
It is natural for cats to feel unwell occasionally, whether it be a minor illness or caused by something they have eaten. In today's post, our Rockland County vets talk about the reason why your cat keeps vomiting, ways to help treat their symptoms and when you should seek veterinary care.
While they aren't incredibly common there are actually a variety of causes behind the different types of seizures. Today our Rockland County vets share talk about the causes of seizures in dogs, the symptoms and when they are considered an emergency.
We may notice that our dog is panting or breathing fast after they get excited or after playing, but what about when they have been resting? Today our Rockland County vets discuss some reasons why your dog may be breathing fast and when you should be concerned.
If left untreated, dental disease in cats can have life-long repercussions. The good news is that it can be prevented. Today, our Rockland County veterinary team discusses dental disease in cats, what the typical symptoms are and how it can be prevented or treated.
Kittens, like humans and dogs, lose their baby teeth to make room for their permanent adult teeth. Here, our Rockland County vets share some advice about how the teething process works for kittens as well as signs of teething and ways you can relieve the symptoms.
Caring for your dog's teeth and overall dental health is an important part of caring for your canine companion. Today our Rockland County vets offer some information about dog dental care and how often you should bring your dog to the pet dentist for a cleaning.