It can be an exciting time when you get a new dog or puppy but don't forget about training. Training your new dog can help make life much easier for both of you and save you from plenty of frustration. Our Rancho Cucamonga vets share some advice to follow when training your dog and what to consider if you decide to hire a dog trainer.
Constipation is not only uncomfortable for our furry friends, but it can also lead to serious complications if not treated quickly. Our Rancho Cucamonga vets talk about the symptoms that accompany constipation and how your dog can be treated both at the vet clinic and at home.
While cats may occasionally slow down on their food intake, it's uncommon for them to stop eating for an extended period of time unless there is an underlying cause. Our Rancho Cucamonga vets share some information on the different reasons why your cat won't eat and when it might be considered an emergency.
Getting older is inevitable, even for your feline friend. This means that their needs will change over time, whether its their diet, their routine veterinary care or home environment. Today, our Rancho Cucamonga geriatric pet vets talk about how to care for your senior cat and how care for old cats change as they age.
Eye infections can have a number of different causes behind them but one thing is the same across the board, they are painful for your pup. Here our Rancho Cucamonga vets talk about the types of eye infections in dogs, what causes them and what you should do when they occur.
We all know that dogs drool, some more than others. But when is this drooling unusual and what causes it? Today, our Rancho Cucamonga vets discuss drooling in dogs, which breeds drool more and how to tell when the drooling is caused by a health concern.
The moist outer layer on your cat's eye protects the eye by washing away dirt and debris. That said, if your cat's eyes have started to tear or water excessively, or if your cat is squinting, it could be an early sign that there is an issue. Here, our Rancho Cucamonga vets discuss reasons why your cat's eye might be watering.