While a round chonky cat may seem awfully cute, it can actually be detrimental to your cat's health to be carrying the extra pounds. Our Mandeville vets share some of the signs and symptoms that show your cat may be overweight.
Part of ensuring that your pet lives a long and healthy life is by providing them with ongoing routine care to help prevent and treat veterinary concerns before they get worse. This is done through annual exams, vaccinations and diagnostic testing. Here, our Mandeville vets will discuss urinalysis for dogs and cats, what we learn from this information and how it can help your pet.
In a perfect world, we would be bringing our feline friend with us everywhere we go, unfortunately, that just can't happen. So what should be done with your cat while you are gone? Our Mandeville vets discuss cat boarding and what the best options are if you need to leave your cat.
Cats are seemingly independent creatures, exploring their world and finding nice quiet places to nap. But did you know that they actually crave your company? Here, our Mandeville vets talk about how long you can safely leave a cat alone and how to prevent them from getting lonely while you are gone.
Swelling of your dog's face can sometimes occur with it seemingly happening out of nowhere. While it can be frightening, the cause is usually pretty straightforward. Our Mandeville vets discuss facial swelling in dogs, why it can be serious and what you should do if you notice any swelling.
The emergency pet hospital is the last place you ever hope to be, but unfortunately, accidents happen. Here, our vets at Riverside Veterinary Hospital in Mandeville shed some light on situations that your pet may experience that requires immediate emergency attention by a veterinarian.
Our Mandeville vets know that you definitely spend a good amount of time picking up your dog's poop, which should make it easy to spot inconsistencies. Our Mandeville vets talk about blood in your dog's stool, the differences you may see and when you should be concerned.