Bladder infections in cats are relatively rare, but our Brighton vets often see cats suffering from uncomfortable symptoms caused by bladder stones. Today, we look at the types, causes, symptoms and treatments for bladder stones in cats.
Paralysis can affect cats in a number of ways – full paralysis (also called leg paralysis), partial leg paralysis, and laryngeal paralysis. Today, our Brighton veterinary team explains more about paralysis in cats, including the signs and treatment of these serious conditions.
Joint pain symptoms are a common reason why many dogs are brought to be examined by our Brighton vets. While joint pain can often be an age-related condition there are effective treatments available to relieve joint pain in dogs of any age or activity level.
It's important for canine caretakers to know how to care for their dog following surgery so that their animal friend gets back to a normal, active lifestyle as quickly as possible. Here are a few tips from our Brighton vets on how to care for your pup after surgery.
If your dog is a habitual chewer or seems to eat just about everything in sight, you might be concerned about potential intestinal blockages. Our Brighton vets see this serious condition frequently and if not treated quickly it can cause devastating health issues up to the necessitation of major surgery to save your dog's life.
Our Brighton veterinarians see urinary tract infections in cats on a rare basis; when we do, it is usually in senior cats or cats with another urinary tract issue or disease. We'll talk about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of urinary tract infections and diseases in cats today.