Blog by Dr. Lindsay Riddick Happy spring to all of the wonderful PAZ pet parents (PEACE TO ALL!) The sun is shining, the birds are singing and the trees have been pollinating! As some of you know, it’s been a
Blog by Dr. Tim Julien Is your once peppy puppy slowing down? Does your four-legged buddy, Fuzzybritches McPeppertooth, need a little more time to be up an at’em? Does Colonel Claws von Stauffenberg spend less time jumping and more time
Jackson’s Testimony “Oh no, not again. I just can’t stop licking, scratching, chewing and shaking my head. I can’t sleep at night nor am I comfortable, and my owner is looking at me crazy and concerned. Sometimes I feel like
Blog by Jamie Senthirajah, DVM You may have heard us throwing out these words in the exam room or over the phone, but these two tests have very different meanings. You may notice a raised (or even flat) mass on
Blog by Dr. Cindy Carter Get excited people! Today we’re gonna be talking about the creepy crawlies that could be lurking in your pet’s poop. You might want to put that taco or cup of cold brew down for a
Blog by Dr. Jena Webb Canine parvovirus, aka Parvo, is a highly contagious virus that most commonly attacks the lining of the gastrointestinal tract in our canine friends. While all dogs are susceptible to contracting the virus, it is most
Blog by Dr. Jamie Senthirajah Pruritis (itching) is a natural response to a stimulus (i.e. allergen). As a result, scratching is a sequla. The top three causes of pruritis in dogs are flea allergy dermatitis, environmental allergies, and food allergies.
Blog by Dr. Cindy Carter Welcome back to class! This week we’re going to go over another viral disease which has some similarities and differences from FIV… What is Feline Leukemia Virus? Feline Leukemia Virus (FeLV), similarly to FIV, causes
Blog by Dr. Cindy Carter Good morning, class!! Today (and next time) we’re going to talk about Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV) and Feline Leukemia (FeLV), two diseases that we can encounter in our feline friends, especially those that live outdoors.
Blog by Dr. Jamie Senthirajah Overview The cornea is the outer layer of the eye that consists of many sub-layers, which provides a barrier to protect the eye and aiding in vision. Despite the cornea acting as protection, it can